As with any disease, we want to tell you that Low T isn't "normal" but the process of aging and a decline in testosterone is normal. The condition of "low t" has become "normal" because people associate the decline in energy and drive for all aspects of life with aging. While it may be true that your levels decline, it's not always because it's "normal" it could be related to the type of work you do, your diet, and your exercise routine. Fortunately, low testosterone is treatable through a process called testosterone replacement therapy. Why would you want to continue living each day with no drive for life? Wouldn't it be great if you could have the knowledge and wisdom of your 40's and 50's but the energy levels of your 20's and 30's?
It is possible that low testosterone levels contribute some to your migraines, but also remember that if your testosterone levels are low, you very well may have deficiencies in other hormones like estrogen, progesterone, and thyroid hormone. Read more about migraines and low progesterone, here ( http:///migraine-#axzz3iVes3bk7 ). Make sure that if you are contemplating TRT, that you evaluate both benefits AND risks and only trust your care to someone who look at the whole picture and help you manage it appropriately.