Testosterone

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Have you noticed your testosterone levels go down but don’t know what to do with it? Or maybe you are noticing the symptoms of low testosterone but have no idea what causes them? What if I tell you that you can get your T levels on track with very easy tricks?!

Either ways, you are not alone.

I’ve been where you are standing now and really know how frustrating it is to have your testosterone gets a hit.

But, no worries. We are here to help.

In this article, I will tell you everything you need to know about testosterone. We will go into what exactly is testosterone, its symptoms, causes as well as some simple tips and tricks to instantly boost it.

Here is a quick menu of what this article will be about. I made it so you can easily navigate it.

Here you go:

So What Is Testosterone?

Put simply, testosterone is a hormone, just like any other hormone the body produces. Testosterone is generally associated with sex, but it certainly controls other bodily functions and traits.

Testosteron, as most people think, is not produced by men only, but women as well have their share of this hormone, except that the female body produces it with very low amounts.

Men produce testosterone in their testicles. As for women, it is their ovaries that produce it.

Testosterone controls other traits that range from body hair, sex drive, mood, voice deepness and so many other male qualities.

Those are all controlled by the testosterone hormone. When a man experiences a high increase, a decrease,  or complete lack of this hormone, his body starts to experience an imbalance and abnormalities, causing those traits it controls to either fade away or get disturbed.
But How Do I Know I Have Low Levels Of Testosterone?

There are a couple of symptoms and signs that go hand in hand with low levels of testosterone.

Here is a list of those:

Fatigue
Fogginess
Weight gain
Less sex drive
Low self esteem
erectile dysfunction
less body hair
Less or no energy
Depression
gynecomastia
Hair loss
infertility
Loss of bone mass

Those are some of the symptoms you may notice if you have low levels of testosterone.

And now, let’s get to our next step in the process of demystifying testosterone.

What Causes The Testosterone To Go Down?

A normal testosterone level in a man is about 300 ng/dL. Any number lower than than that should have a couple of causes behind.

Here is a list of some of the things that cause the testosterone to go down:

Obesity
HIV/AIDS
Testicles injuries
Type 2 diabetes
Testicular cancer
Liver disease
Kidney disease
Infections
Certain medications
Bisphenol-A
Soy
Alcohol
Sleep deprivation
High levels of stress

And now that you know the symptoms as well as the causes of low T, I think it is time to get the most important part. CURE!

How To Skyrocket Your Testosterone Levels?

There are actually many ways to get your testosterone levels off the ground. Here is a list of things, tips and tricks you can do to instantly boost your T levels:

Exercise:

That’s the very first and obvious thing to do to sed weight. As we said earlier, one of the primary cause of low testosterone is an increase of body fat. Once you get rid of the fat surrounding your waist, you will feel much more better. Your testosterone will go up and all the symptoms will fade away. Go for resistance training. Resistance training is what makes the body produce high levels of testosterone.

Tweak Or Change Your Diet:

Next to excercise is food. Food can either make you healthy, strong and vibrant or make sick, depressed and and low in energy. There are a lot of foods that are proven to skyrocket testosterone levels.

Here is a list of them:

Grapes
Tuna
Pomegrenade
Garlic
Honey
Milk
Eggs
Cabbage

Incorporate those foods in your diet and you will see that your testosterone starts to increase. And don’t forget to ditch sugar for life. Sugar is causing your insulin levels to go high and your that’s a major cause of low testosterone. So you better get rid of sugar!

Get Plenty Of Vitamin D

Vitamin D is key to getting your T levels high again. You can either take vitamin D as a supplement or better yet expose yourself to sunrays daily for 20 to 30 minutes. The sun is a natural source of vitamin D. But don’t over expose yourself to the sun. 20 to 30 min is enough!

Reduce Stress:

Stress is killing you. It is killing every cell of your body. When you are under stress, your body releases cortisol. That’s a stress hormone that blocks completely the production of testosterone. Try to reduce stress in your daily life as much as you can. You can also try incorporating some techniques that really help reduce stress, meditation, breathing and EFT.

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Conclusion:

And there you have it guys. Those some simple tips and tricks you can start incorporating in your life and you will see an increase in your testosterone levels.

It is your turn now guys. How do you guys deal with low testosterone? Let us know how you the comment box below.