factors contribute to how or why one one particular individuals levels may
vary. The brain and pituitary gland, a small gland at the base of the brain control
production of testosterone by the testes. From there, testosterone moves
through your blood to do its work. Interestingly, testosterone levels change
from hour to hour. They tend to be highest in the morning and lowest at night. Testosterone
levels are highest in men around the ages of 20 to 30 and slowly decline after
age 30 to 35 by 1% to 2% annually.
reasons, testosterone levels in a male can become, and remain too low. Less
frequently, testosterone levels can become too high. When T levels are not
in balance, health problems can result. If you are experiencing any symptoms of
low T, you can easily get your levels checked and determine if there is an
underlying cause. Fortunately there are options available and you can get
treatment to fix hormone problems.
and to prevent several lifestyle related diseases is to exercise regularly. Studies
have proven that it can also boost your testosterone levels.
regularly have higher testosterone levels. In older males, exercise increases
testosterone levels, overall fitness, reaction time and quality of life as
energy in obese men had a greater effect on increasing testosterone than a
weight loss diet. Where losing weight is certainly beneficial, the body
produces more testosterone as a reaction to a strength and conditioning program
used for the same purposes. Resistance training is key for both short and long
term T boosting.
Consume Protein, Fat and Carbs
intake also plays a role, with research showing that carbs help with optimizing
T levels when exercising and resistance training. The body needs proper nutrient
and energy stores to exercise effectively and limit cortisol production. A low
card diet may limit the energy levels that are available to the body and
deplete fat as an alternative energy source. Fat is essential in T production
so this may begin to cause a reduction with the body in being able to produce
restrict calories too much for too long. Maintain a health balanced diet and
your T levels will rise.
Reduce Stress and Cortisol
Vitamin D and Sunshine