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Getting older is a drag—literally. This is mostly because of physiological changes, such as increasing levels of Hormone Imbalance associated with aging.
For men, Testosterone is the critical Hormone that supports masculinity and manhood. The Hormone is the centerpiece of youthful male vitality. The older that a guy gets, the more essential he takes steps to safeguard and protect healthy Testosterone Levels.
Depending on your symptoms and the full extent of your Low Testosterone Levels, there are several options on the table regarding which combination will provide the most meaningful results for you.
In this article, we'll discuss some measures that you can take to protect yourself from the adverse effects of Low-T.
Understanding Testosterone and Why It's Important
While most men are quite aware that Testosterone is crucial to good health and active sex life, it's easy to overlook just how great the benefits of Testosterone really are.
Early in life, Testosterone is a developmental necessity, encouraging the development of primary and secondary male sexual characteristics and stimulating puberty. It's also responsible for the raging hormonal nature of the teenage years.
Testosterone is a critical aspect of both male and female health, though women produce significantly less Testosterone than their male counterparts.
For men, Testosterone encourages confidence, enhances metabolism, bolsters strength, protects the heart, strengthens bones, and facilitates healthy sexual appetite and ability, among many other effects.
For women, the smaller amounts of Testosterone are essential for libido and bone health in particular.
Stay Active, Exercise, and Lose Weight to Boost Testosterone
Testosterone Production responds very well to exercise and physical activity. A Sedentary Lifestyle has a severe negative influence on the body's ability to produce Testosterone.
Some of the best results are achieved when you engage in anaerobic exercises like weight lifting or High-Intensity Interval Training. When you work your muscles, your body produces Testosterone and Human Growth Hormone to help the body recover and prepare for future activity.
A reasonable exercise regimen is an absolute boon for your health, including mental health.
Men that exercise regularly report improved mood, cognitive function, and memory. It also helps you lose weight!
The combination of body fat and low activity level is incredibly dangerous for your health. High levels of body fat even affect the Testosterone Levels of teenage males. For example, obese boys aged 14-20 average around half as much Testosterone as their average-weight peers.
Optimal Adult Testosterone Production extends into the late twenties and begins to fall at a slow and gradual rate. The adverse effects of your weight and activity level become increasingly problematic as the body produces Testosterone less effectively.
Eat Well and Get Your Fill of Vitamins and Nutrients to Protect Your Testosterone Levels
While exercise is super-important for keeping your Testosterone Levels at a healthy concentration, your diet also plays an influential role.
Testosterone Production relies on access to vital nutrients absorbed through your diet. Certain foods provide better results than others because of their high levels of certain minerals such as zinc and magnesium.
If you are a fan of oysters, they offer some of the highest amounts of zinc per serving. Red meat and poultry are also great animal sources of zinc, while various nuts provide a great vegetarian option.
Many vegetables are potent sources of vitamins and minerals that have proven effects for Healthy Testosterone and Good Health.
Some prime options are leafy greens, lentils, beans, and onions.
If you're interested in herbal methods to boost Testosterone, ginger has been shown to have properties that are highly beneficial to the production of Testosterone.
If you recognize that your diet is deficient, supplements are a smart option to cover all bases. Even the most conscientious dieter can benefit from a trustworthy multivitamin supplement.
Also, consider adding a zinc or magnesium supplement to make sure your body has everything that it needs to produce maximum natural Testosterone Levels for your age!
Many Testosterone Clinics also offer advice regarding nutritional supplements that are designed, especially with Testosterone in mind.
Sleep Better and Manage Stress to Revitalize Natural Testosterone Production
While most people recognize that diet and exercise affect Testosterone Production, most people overlook the importance of healthy sleep for Hormone Balance and Maintenance.
Most adults need around 7-9 hours of sleep nightly, depending on their unique needs. Every hour that you sleep that is less than that ideal affects your ability to produce both HGH and Testosterone.
Men that suffer from sleep disorders or severe sleep disruption produce much less Testosterone than men that get healthy sleep. In one study, just eleven days of poor sleep suppressed Testosterone Levels in healthy males by 15%.
Poor sleep also leads to an alarming increase in the hormone known as Cortisol. Cortisol encourages the body's stress response.
It's associated with fight-or-flight. It helps us get up and out of bed in the morning, and it also helps us manage pain. Unfortunately, chronic stress leads to elevated Cortisol Levels, which deplete reserves of Testosterone, HGH, and other crucial hormones.
Poor sleeping habits cause Cortisol Levels to skyrocket—all the more reason to focus on getting more and better sleep.
Psychological stress also amplifies Cortisol production. Take stock of your life and your sources of stress. There are lots of things that you can do to manage stress, including meditation or seeing a therapist.
It's also important to recognize that the mind and body are linked. By starting an exercise program and sticking to it, you will likely experience a significant increase in psychological wellness associated with reduced stress!
Bio-Identical Low-T Therapy Can Restore Testosterone for Men With Andropause
While we encourage men to take steps in their life to preserve Testosterone Levels naturally, we also recognize that Testosterone Production is highly dependent on age, with a tendency to decline by 1-2% per year after thirty.
Every man has a unique sensitivity to Testosterone Decline, and adult-onset Testosterone Deficiency (Andropause) affects the lives of millions of American men nationwide.
We proudly offer highly effective Testosterone Treatments for men 30 and older looking for an effective means to overcome Testosterone Deficiency.
We will work directly with you to develop an HRT Regimen that meets your needs effectively.
We not only offer Low-T Injections featuring Testosterone Enanthate and Cypionate, but also Testosterone Patches, Creams, and other non-invasive Testosterone Products!
Medical study since the turn of the 20th century has increasingly proven the safety of Testosterone Therapy for aging men and also provides more and more evidence that Testosterone Therapy leads to improved outcomes for many vulnerable male populations.
Contact us today to have a consultation with one of our Hormone Specialists today!
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