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Mar 30, 2014

How to Increase Testosterone in Men

How To Increase Testosterone In Men

Testosterone is a hormone that is produced by the testicles. Most people associate testosterone with being a man, although women also have testosterone.

It plays a huge role in male sexual reproduction as well as in reproductive function and hair growth. But what most people do not realize is that it is also important for other things, too, such as maintaining bone density levels and to increase red blood cells.

In reality testosterone is needed to maintain well-being. If you do not have the right amounts of testosterone in the body there are many things that you will face.

Decreased Levels of Testosterone

At around the age of 30, a man’s level of testosterone decline, and they continue to do so as age increases. While this is going on, estrogen levels are on the rise due to being exposed to estrogen-like compounds which can be found in food, water and environmental pollutants.

Increasing Testosterone Levels Naturally

When the testosterone levels in the body start to decline it is necessary that they be replaced. There are many ways that this can be done, although replacing testosterone naturally is the best option that you have.

There are a number of signs of depleted levels of testosterone, which includes difficulty remembering things and concentrating. There are a number of tests that can be performed to determine if low testosterone levels are something that is affecting you. This means that you are likely toned to make a trip to the doctor.

In the meantime there are a number of things that you can do to increase the levels of testosterone in the body if you think that your levels are lower than what they should be. Here we will take a look at some of the things that can be done.

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Mar 26, 2014

Best Testosterone Booster Supplement For Bodybuilding

Best Testosterone Booster

Being asked about the best testosterone for men sounds controversial at face value since it, itself, is also of a controversial nature. You automatically get two general types of responses from people when this is a question that you have asked.

Type number one will cringe at the very word, spouting off a laundry list of horrible side effects like baldness, man-boobs, acne, “bacne,” and an uncontrollable temper to name a few.

They will tell you that this is something that you should avoid at all costs. If you’re a woman, you’re sure to grow a lumber-jack beard overnight.

If you’re a man, your testicles will end up the size of raisins. These are just some of the many things that you may hear. It is important that you not simply listen to what other people say.

The Other Type

Type number two will tend to be a little more open minded regarding testosterone. They have read through the mountains of literature on the topic, understand the potential risks and rewards, and may have even sampled some legal, over the counter testosterone options.

They understand that things are not all cut and dry with testosterone and that there are benefits that come with the use for a number of people.

A few may have even purchased something illegal from a guy named Biff wearing a fanny pack at your local gym. The truth of the matter lies somewhere between types one and two. If you’re getting to an age where you find that your workouts are getting harder and the gains you used to make without effort (sometimes on a steady diet of beer and bacon cheeseburgers) are getting harder and harder to reach, a pro-testosterone supplement may be the answer.

Pro Testosterone

What is Pro-Testosterone?

Pro-testosterone differs greatly from anabolic steroids in that you aren’t injecting new testosterone into your body (dangerous) but rather promoting your own body to increase production, or hang on to more free-testosterone. When your body starts getting testosterone from an outside source like shooting anabolic steroids, it stops producing its own to compensate.

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