Progene Completes National Research on Testosterone Awareness

Recommended by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) June 26, 2014

Progene recently completed four national research studies on mens attitudes toward health and aging, their understanding of low testosterone, and their opinion of supplements.

Begun in December 2013, the study revealed that of 1000 men between the ages of 34-64 who completed the survey, 88.4% did not know their testosterone levels but the majority 67.5% wanted to find out.

Furthermore, the study brought to light that 86% of the men were interested in taking a natural supplement but 91% were not taking any.

55 million men in America are between 40 and 70 years of age. These men represent a sizable, under-served market opportunity for natural alternatives, says Michael Lee of Progene. "Each year, men lose 1% - 2% of their ability to produce testosterone. By age 45, this could be a significant loss.

Men have a tendency to miss checkups and ignore illness. The American Medical Association study found that fear, denial, embarrassment and threatened masculinity prevented men from getting help.

The denial factor is unrelated to occupation, age, race or income. No matter how smart a man is, and no matter what kind of professional status hes achieved, he still ignores important health benefits like knowing his low testosterone levels.

Testosterone is important for overall fitness and well-being. The hormone supports the growth of bones and muscles while affecting mood, libido (sex drive) and certain aspects of mental ability.

When a mans T-levels start to fall, he isnt making enough testosterone for his body to function normally and this can affect his overall quality of life.

Knowing is half the battle.

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