That is the question. Here’s the answer!
It’s a fact. Men’s testosterone levels are plummeting at an alarming rate. The number of men in America suffering from anxiety, depression, or other mental disorders has skyrocketed to more than 20 million. Is it too much of a stretch to connect both of these developments?
Of course not! More than 2,500 years ago, the ancient Greeks understood that the body and mind are one unit. If the body is not healthy and vigorous, the mind will follow – or the other way around.
Mental health disorders are routinely treated with pharmaceuticals to boost hormones like serotonin and dopamine. These drugs have helped many people, but not everyone. However, it is considered standard practice by mental health professionals to look at hormone replacement therapy for treating mental illness.
But the same cannot be said about the health of the body. As mentioned earlier, the mind and body are one unit, and both must be functioning efficiently for optimal health.
Knowing this, it follows that Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) might be considered to strengthen the body, pump new life into those tired muscles, ease the ever-increasing muscle and joint aches and pains, boost the immune system, and help beat insomnia.
These developments brought on by testosterone will, naturally, work wonders in the battle against depression. Also, low testosterone levels have been linked to poor concentration and brain fog. Here are a few of the many benefits of TRT:
- An upsurge in energy
- A robust, safeguarding immune system that shrugs off disease
- Stronger muscles
- Melting fat, especially incredibly stubborn belly fat
- A renewed ability to get deep, recuperative sleep
- Increased mental sharpness
- A relief from the many aches and pains brought on by “old-man aging.”
- A renewed quiet, calm confidence that kicks depression to the curb
- A healthy, vibrant libido
- Stronger bones
- And more benefits, many more. Testosterone, when used correctly, can be the gift that just keeps on giving.
As an added bonus, never forget that TRT has been proven safe and efficient when TRT is applied correctly under medical supervision with the correct dosage.
So why is testosterone considered controversial?
Good question. Recently the phrase “Toxic masculinity” has seeped into our modern-day vocabulary. As evidence, critics of masculinity point to the upswing of mass shootings, aggressive male behavior, and violence committed by men.
When these events are combined with the stereotypical image of the power-hungry men, especially in the business world, who are determined to ride roughshod over anyone on their way to the top, it is easy to point the finger at testosterone-loaded men.
Another aspect that adds to the testosterone controversy is the ambulance-chasing law firms that pump out a continual drumbeat of the dangers of TRT. Also, the medical community is not entirely blameless. Some physicians who are not hormone specialists refuse to recommend TRT to their patients without weighing the benefits and risks.
So what is the answer to these criticisms?
Consider what masculinity has accomplished. From the brave men who stormed the beaches at Normandy and Iwo Jima to the visionaries who erected skyscrapers, sacrificed so much for their wives and children, and quietly lived decent lives as role models, testosterone did indeed play a positive role.
Also, here is a counter-point to the bad behavior exhibited by men who do mass shootings, commit rape, and behave in other despicable ways. Perhaps those cowardly men feel weak, scared, hopeless, and powerless. Their horrific actions serve (in their minds) to validate their miserable, pathetic existence.
Contrast that with a strong man who has no need to prove his masculinity continually. Testosterone gives men a quiet calm and confidence, which is an antidote to bad behavior.
Men, young men, in particular, are definitely in crisis mode. The change of social norms in the past few decades has occurred at a blistering pace that has left many men confused about what they are expected to do and how they are expected to behave.
This, in turn, leads to increased anxiety, isolation, and bitterness. Faced with continual ambiguities, some men give up entirely and lose hope of living a meaningful, productive, impactful life. This is possibly the cause of their mental breakdowns and resultant explosive incidents of violence on innocent folks.
Think about this. Men’s testosterone levels have been on a steady decline in recent years. As recently as 2000, the average man in America had a testosterone level of 605 nanograms per deciliter. Currently, the average testosterone reading in men is 450 nanograms per deciliter. That is a GIGANTIC CRASH!
In 2022, the average young man in his 20s has approximately the same levels of testosterone that a 60-year-old man had in the year 2000. The reasons behind this disappearance of testosterone in young men are many: the obesity epidemic, a lack of emphasis on physical fitness, and the continual barrage of toxic, testosterone-destroying chemicals in our food, the air we breathe, and the everyday household products that are estrogen bombs all add up and take a terrible toll.
The results of this are not pretty. Look around, and compare what’s happening today to several decades past. Enough said.
The men that accomplished so many life-changing achievements were not suffering from this epidemic of evaporating testosterone, aka “Low-T.” Men with normal testosterone levels are productive and channel their energies into positive endeavors that benefit society.
The cost of this Low-T epidemic to society is immeasurable. There will, of course, always be evil, violent, dangerous men. But the best way to stop them is stronger, braver, and better men. In other words, strong men are more caring, compassionate, and respectful and feel no need to go on a violent rampage.
When men are performing at optimal levels, everyone benefits. Healthy male role models have been a rock of steadiness throughout history, which remains as true today as ever. Strong men with a good moral compass are precisely what is needed!
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