Playing football boosts testosterone levels by 30 percent!

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on February 4th, 2024
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Playing a game of football has been found to give a boost to men's testosterone levels - helping to increase their sex drive.

Scientists discovered players had a 30 percent leap in the sex hormone immediately after a football game.

And even an hour after they had finished playing, their testosterone levels were still 15 percent higher than normal.

The study found that Footballers who played forward roles in the matches tended to see the biggest boost, regardless of their age.

The spike in testosterone levels may explain why so many famous footballers, such as married Ryan Giggs, who had an affair with former Big Brother contestant Imogen Thomas, get caught up in sex scandals.

They studied farmers in the remote Tsimane tribe in Bolivia because men there generally have much less testosterone.

Tsimane men maintain a stable amount of testosterone across their lifespans and show little incidence of obesity, heart disease, and other illnesses linked with older age.

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