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Men: 9 Ways To Deal With Testosterone Deficiency Syndrome


By Shawn Clark

Testosterone production decreases as men age. When testosterone levels start falling down, men usually experience symptoms such has decreased muscle mass, changes in cholesterol levels, weight gain, low sex drive, and many others.

According to a study published in the Canadian Urological Association Journal the prevalence of testosterone deficiency syndrome (TDS) is significant in men over 40, but only a small percentage of men get treatment for this problem. It’s important to consider TDS as a serious health problem as it increases risk for wide array of other diseases.

The primary aim of this article is to help you deal with testosterone deficiency syndrome.

1.) Lose weight: As mentioned above, weight gain is one of many symptoms of testosterone deficiency syndrome. In fact, obese and overweight men show lower levels of testosterone than men in normal weight range. It’s only logical that very first thing you should consider when dealing with TDS is losing weight. Scientists confirmed this idea in numerous studies.

For example, Endocrine Society study conducted by Frances Hayes and research group at the St. Vincent’s University Hospital in Dublin showed that losing weight increases production of testosterone.

2.) Don’t believe everything you read: When dealing with TDS, men usually consider taking products that will boost their testosterone levels and help them build muscle mass. Although these products can be an effective solution, you have to be careful. Always remember that products that make outrageous claims without evidence to support them aren’t reliable.

Manufacturer should have an informative website with results of clinical trials and full ingredients list. And the most important thing to consider when buying products to manage TDS is feedback from customers who’ve tried it.

When you see negative male enhancement reviews you should move on to product that other people found effective.

3.) Avoid drinking from plastic bottles: No, this isn’t a mistake. BPA or Bisphenol-A is a synthetic chemical found in various plastic containers and it leaches out as it’s heated.

In fact, BPA is considered one of the biggest contributors to TDS. The Environmental Science and Technology study showed that 89% of urine samples from men who visited a fertility clinic contained BPA which didn’t only affect their testosterone levels but thyroid stimulating hormone as well. Most men don’t even realize that plastic bottles or containers they use might affect their testosterone levels.

With that being said, one way of dealing with TDS and keeping testosterone levels high is avoiding plastic containers.

4.) Do high intensity interval exercise: To deal with TDS and boost your testosterone levels you should lose weight what you already know. Exercise is the essential aspect of successful weight loss, but it also matters what exercises you do. Journal of Endocrinological Investigation study conducted by Hackney A.C. and team of scientists of the University of North Carolina showed that high intensity interval training (HIIT) is more beneficial than steady state endurance exercise.

In fact, researchers discovered that HIIT produces a more pronounced turnover of free testosterone.

5.) Masturbate: TDS is linked with weak sex drive and one of the best natural ways to increase stamina in bed is masturbating. Self-stimulation is a healthy and powerful way of improving your sexual response. Men with low testosterone masturbate less frequently which is also one of main culprits for lack of endurance and stamina. You can also try changing your masturbation techniques and experiment to find what works for you.

6.) Manage stress: Mental and physical stress has a big impact on your testosterone levels. Stress increases cortisol levels thus suppressing the body’s ability to produce testosterone and utilize it within tissues. Do something you find relaxing in order to manage stress e.g. exercise, reading, walking, it can be just about anything.

7.) Limit or eliminate sugar intake: Eating sugar decreases your testosterone levels; which is particularly damaging for men with TDS. Why? It’s because sugar increases insulin levels that have a negative effect on testosterone. Therefore, if you’re looking to improve testosterone levels, you should avoid eating sugary items.

8.) Think about sex: Your testosterone levels are low as well as your sex drive? Archives of Sexual Behavior study discovered that staring at attractive women increases testosterone levels in men. Now, this doesn’t mean you have to turn into a weird guy who stares at women on the street and you don’t even have to go to a strip club. Thinking about sex is harmless, guilt-free, and will accomplish the same thing.

Plus, the more you think about the sex the more you will want it.

9.) Consider supplements: As mentioned above, there are various products you can buy to improve testosterone levels and become better in bed and male enhancement supplements are one of them. These products are made of natural ingredients and are safe for consumption. For example, supplements like Biomanix can give you harder erections, heightened libido and ejaculations as well as endurance.

Conclusion: Testosterone deficiency syndrome affects men over 40. Unfortunately, most men refuse to ask for professional help and treat this problem effectively. This article showed you different things you can do to boost testosterone levels and your libido. Remember, healthy testosterone levels and sex life requires healthy lifestyle.

Author Bio: Shawn Clark is a Health, Beauty and Fitness Adviser. For the past 5 years, he has provided nutrition counseling, fitness training and health advice all over Phoenix, Arizona who specializes in beauty, male sexual health, female sexual health, mental health, bone health, weight loss, detox & dietary supplements.

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