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Testosterone has long been associated with sexual health and muscle development.  Because of the latter, it has received publicity regarding athletic abuse.  Unfortunately this has shed a negative light on a very important hormone.  Testosterone does have an effect on libido and strength, but it is also essential to cardiac function as well as mood.  Testosterone levels begin to fall for men in their 30s and continue a downward trend through the remainder of their life.  It is now known that incidents of heart disease increase with decreasing testosterone levels, leading to higher rates of stroke and heart attacks.

Effects of Testosterone:

  1. Increases sexual interest
  2. Increases muscle mass and body strength
  3. Helps with emotional well being
  4. Helps with erectile function in men
  5. Helps with memory
  6. Decreases skin sagging
  7. Decreases body fat
  8. Helps maintain bone strength
  9. Increases some neurotransmitters in brain
  10. Diminishes effects of aging in heart and brain
  11. Decreases stiffness in joints and muscles
  12. Fights early fatigue
  13. Improves mood and decreases depression
  14. Helps with intensity of orgasms and recovery time

Symptoms of Low Testosterone:

  1. Muscle wasting
  2. Low libido
  3. Sexual dysfunction
  4. Fatigue
  5. Insomnia
  6. Low self-esteem
  7. Decreased HDL (“good”) cholesterol
  8. Dry, thin skin
  9. Thinning, dry hair
  10. Drooping eyelids and sagging cheeks
  11. Elevated anxiety
  12. Irritability
  13. Recent MI or stroke
  14. Decreased memory and risk of dementia
  15. loss of drive and competitiveness
  16. Decreased ability to exercise
  17.  Decreased recovery time from injury
  18. Increased risk of diabetes and blood sugar issues
  19. Elevated inflammation
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