A Non Bias Educational Article On Testosterone Boosters
Testosterone is the main sex hormone and the reason why men produce sperm. It's also why men develop more muscles then women, a deep voice, and a hairy chest son on. After age 30, most men experience a gradual decline in testosterone, sometimes causing these features to diminish or new symptoms to occur, like erectile dysfunction. In an attempt to turn back the hands of time, some men will turn to T boosters.
You've probably seen ads for products that claim to boost testosterone.
Are These Products Safe?
Yes when buying from reputable companies because the supplements unlike what many think are regulated.
Do They Work?
Yes, if you buy the right formula like Vyotech® 17HD® or Viraloid®.
Testosterone is a controlled substance. That means you can get it only with a prescription from your doctor. Over the counter testosterone boosters do not contain testosterone. They will contain minerals and herbs that showed some testosterone improvements when taken with healthy lifestyle changes.
Safe ways to enhance your body's natural testosterone are diet and lifestyle changes for example weigh training are two examples. Certain dietary supplements might help, too.
Maintaining a healthy body weight (moderate fat level) is probably the most important thing you can do to boost your testosterone. As belly fat increases, testosterone goes down. Low testosterone gives you more body fat and less muscle mass. It can be a vicious cycle. That is one of the reasons why about half of all men who are obese have low T.
Other Ways To Boost Testosterone Include:
- Exercise: Do both aerobic exercise and strength training. Aerobic exercise includes walking and biking. They increase your heart rate. Strength training never skip legs.
- Get a good night's sleep: You produce testosterone at night while sleeping. If you regularly experience poor quality sleep, your testosterone level will fall. Use ZMA before bed. That can help a lot.
- Manage stress: When stress hormones go up, testosterone goes down. Good options for managing stress are exercising, reading, nature walks.
- Eat well: Enjoy a healthy, well-balanced diet. For optimal testosterone health, include these foods: fish, sea food , nuts, brightly colored vegetables. Avoid sugars and fried food.
- Don't smoke, and preferably do not drink: Both smoking and alcohol are linked to low T.
- Control your blood pressure: Drink a lot of water. Bad cholesterol and Triglycerides.