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natural ways to boost testosteroneYou should now understand that increasing testosterone from low levels to normal levels leads to a happier, healthier and more productive life, so here’s a more comprehensive list of 99 Simple Natural Ways to Boost Testosterone.

Most are new, some we just want to emphasize, a few you may already be practicing, but all of them are simple life hacks that will lead to a brand new outlook on the best way to tackle your brand new day.

Natural Ways to Boost Testosterone

1. Start with Strength Training

No matter what age or stage you are in life, strength training- in all its many forms- is one of the great natural ways to boost testosterone level. Of course weight training is always a great idea but don’t be afraid to try other strength training methods- isometrics, HIIT strength training, MMA training, boxing, Pilates, yoga, etc.- to alternate your routine and maximize your results.

2. Whole Body Techniques

As you dive into your strength training, keep in mind- and practice- the concept of whole body movements when designing your workout. Utilizing your entire body while training is a paleo-method to get caveman strong and jolt your Testosterone levels. Whatever type of strength training to use, focus on moving your entire body as you train. Yoga and Pilates are also excellent natural ways to boost testosterone level.

3. Don’t Neglect That Good Fat

Not all fat is created equal and healthy adults should get 20- 35% of their calories from good fats (think polyunsaturated). Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids found in fish, eggs, avocadoes, nuts for example are excellent sources of the type of “good fat” we all need to keep that testosterone level fired up.

4. And Don’t Forget that Good Cholesterol

One mostly forgotten upside to cholesterol is that HDL cholesterols create important Leydig cells in the male testes which, in turn, produce testosterone. So give us Two, Over-Easy!

5. Lift Low Reps with Max Weight

When it comes to weight training, the low reps/max weight formula is a proven testosterone booster with proven results every time.

natural ways to boost testosterone6. Burn that Spare Tire

According to the Endocrine Society, losing weight increases testosterone. Simple as that! Any training regimen you choose should always have at least some part that focuses on fat-burning cardio exercises (HIIT, boxing, any aerobics, etc.).

7. Manage your Stress like You Manage your Money

Stress is an everyday reality for most of us and an absolute testosterone killer! But it needn’t be if we pay attention and manage our stress levels as carefully as our credit cards.

8. Minimal Training Maximizes

If you’re over 25 (and not in training for a big Pay-Per-View Event) then your workout needn’t be 2 hours long to be eff­ective. Be smart and find at least one workout that you can easily fold into your lunch break (think 15-25 minutes). Your testosterone level will thank you!

9. Overtraining Kills

Yes, that 2 hour workout (see above) may actually lead to a testosterone decrease, as well as chronic fatigue and/or injury. Once again, WORK SMARTER, NOT HARDER!

natural ways to boost testosterone10. Sweet Dreams

Want to blast your Testosterone level on a regular basis? Then commit to getting at least 8 hours of good sleep per night (10 is even better). Sleep deprivation is a proven testosterone killer that will negatively aff­ect other parts of your life as well.

11. Toss the Soy Milk

And all soy products in general. The scientific evidence suggests that soy products increase estrogen levels and that is what you absolutely do NOT want.

12. Booze Binges are Bad

Occasionally working out the old drinking elbow is OK but sustained binge drinking of any type of alcoholic beverage will lead to a reduced testosterone level and a host of other problems. So practice some moderation with your good times.

13. Grab Those Nuts

Peanuts, walnuts, cashews, et al…nuts are loaded with nitric oxide, a key testosterone producing ingredient and one of the best natural ways to boost testosterone level.. Just keep it organic and mind the sodium.

14. Walk like John Wayne

Yes, it may seem trifling, but numerous studies prove that paying attention to presenting masculine posture and positive body language (direct eye contact, standing up straight, etc.) can positively a­ffect your testosterone level. So throw those shoulders back and walk like a man!

15. 16 Hour Fasts for a Fast Testosterone Increase

No, this is NOT a diet. One proven testosterone boost is intermittent fasting (16 hours OFF the table, 8 hours ON). This regimen (practiced once per month to once per week) may take a bit of discipline but will result in a healthier body and a reliable testosterone increase.

16. Increase your Iodine

Iodine is a key, if oft ignored lever for testosterone production. Remember to keep iodine-rich foods like strawberries, seaweed, organic potatoes, beans and legumes and organic yogurt are natural ways to boost testosterone level.

17. Boost your Boron

A great mineral supplement, boron is a smart choice for a daily additive in your diet regimen so load up on your avocadoes, almonds, raisins, prunes and pears to boost that boron and increase your testosterone level.

18. Super Taurine to the Rescue

Super amino-acid taurine is proven to boost testosterone by as much a whopping 200%! Lean red meat and fresh fish are the best bets here…and delicious!

19. Go Organic

Unfortunately, most supermarket food has been polluted with additives, pesticides and preservative chemicals that often increase estrogen levels. Minimally processed organic food is your safest bet to effectively give you the Testosterone boost we all need.

20. Go Easy on the Brew

Look, we all love a cold one after a hard day’s work (see #12) but most beers are loaded with hops (an estrogen booster) so, once again: Moderation is the key.

natural ways to boost testosterone21. Chew your Red Meat

Yes, this is an easy one. An absolute dynamo of testosterone production, lean red meat is a super producer. Just remember to go lean and don’t forget your veggie side.

22. Swing that Bat/Ax/Hammer

As part of your Animal Training, introduce the robustly masculine act of swinging a big hard piece of something. This will not only have an impact on whatever you’re hitting, it’s also going to feel DAMN GOOD! The mental boost as well as the physical exercise will both increase your Testosterone levels!

23. Flush that Tobacco

natural ways to boost testosteroneThis one is mandatory, we’re sorry to say. Tobacco products are loaded with so many testosterone and health busting chemicals that we have to give them a very hard pass.

24. Focus on Winning

Put away the feel-good, hand-holding for now and concentrate on winning as a way of life. This key psychological goal will actually have an impact on you physiologically and may lead to a steady testosterone upgrade as well.

25. Add Zinc

The big “Z” is a protein synthesizer that fortifies testosterone production so load up on the oysters, lobster, crab and (lean) beef, and the zinc will do all the rest.

 

 

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99 Simple Natural Ways to Boost Testosterone – Part 1

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The Effect of Stress on Testosterone

stressStress can lead to many of the symptoms of low testosterone. Stress is one of the earliest and most important hormones when we were the hunted and our fight or flight instincts kept us alive, not happy or healthy. Today is a di­fferent time and we rarely need these instincts the same way we did when we were not at the top of the food chain but our body still reacts to stress in the same way we have been programmed. Creating cortisol is just is a much higher priority for the body than creating testosterone when it is stressed.

Stress causes our adrenal glands to secrete cortisol which prepares our bodies and minds to handle the stressful situation. In small amounts, cortisol is fine and can be very useful. Elevated cortisol levels for prolonged periods damage our bodies and minds.

Several studies have shown a link and correlation where increased cortisol levels often leads to low testosterone. That does not mean that supplemental testosterone or naturally increased testosterone will lower your cortisol levels but evidence does show that.

Here are some practices to help manage your stress and cortisol levels

  • Exercise regularly
  • Don’t smoke
  • Avoid excessive caff­eine and alcohol
  • Meditate for 20 minutes each day
  • Take a break when you feel stressed.
  • Remove yourself from that situation and feeling. Get up for a walk, stretch your legs and breath in deeply
  • Practice deep breathing exercises
  • Get adequate sleep
  • Focus on being more resilient in the face of stress. Don’t let stress manage you. Decide how you want to allow things to aff­ect you.

There is also a downward cyclical eff­ect when someone is overweight, fatigued and suff­ering from low libido and erectile dysfunction. This downward cycle can lead to stress and increased cortisol. Naturally increasing your testosterone, or getting help from a specialized physician through a Testosterone  Replacement Therapy program can help you lose weight, gain energy, increase libido and decrease erectile dysfunction. Al of this should lead to decreased stress and reduced cortisol levels.

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How Stress Levels Kill Testosterone

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Did you know that sleep increases testosterone level? Most Americans today are sleep deprived. Many are proud of it like a working badge of honor. Many are just burning the candle at both ends. Lack of quality, regenerative sleep is a huge factor in the declining testosterone levels in men.

How Sleep Increases Testosterone Level

sleep increases testosteroneMost of our testosterone is produced when we are in a deep REM sleep. This is why our Testosterone levels peak when we wake up and are lowest right before we sleep. It is also one of the reasons behind “Morning Wood.” If you do not experience Morning Wood consistently, you should contact Hormone Therapeutics to learn about and get tested for low T.

If you do not get enough deep quality sleep, your body will not produce testosterone needed for optimized health. University of Chicago researchers found young, healthy and virile men who got less than five hours a night of sleep for just week had 10-15% lower testosterone levels than when they were fully rested.

Another study measured testosterone levels in the morning and showed that the men who slept for 4 hours had an average testosterone level of 200-300 ng/dl. Comparatively, men who slept for 8 hours had average testosterone levels of 500-700 ng/dl.

sleep increases testosteroneNot only does sleep increases testosterone, but it is also critical in managing cortisol. Cortisol is a stress hormone that is very destructive to testosterone levels when in excess. Make sure to focus on and improve the quality of your sleep. Reduce exposure to blue light in the evening, turn o­ff your computers and cell phones at night, avoid caff­eine in the afternoon and evenings, and take warm showers before bed.

 

 

 

 

 

Sleep Increases Testosterone: How to Improve Sleep

  • Sleep in complete darkness. No nightlights or glowing alarm clocks.
  • Close wi-fi networks to shut down electromagnetic frequency waves
  • Get exercise during the day. Melatonin can help as the hormone secreted by the pineal gland to bring on sleep and reset your body clock.
  • Sleep in the cold . . . and naked! For centuries we slept in the cold and our bodies adapted to this natural state and testicles produce optimally when they are colder than your body temperature (why boxers are better than briefs).
  • No computer or smart phone bright displays before bed and no blue lights. The blue light in many electronics impairs the pineal glands ability to function optimally.
  • Simple carbs an hour or two before bed increases insulin levels which increases energy temporarily before you crash.
  • Quality proteins, prior to sleep, and amino acids like L-tryptophan increases melatonin production during sleep.

sleep increases testosterone

 

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testosterone boosting habitsIt’s been well-established that testosterone has many benefits, and in order to enhance the production of T, here are concrete testosterone boosting habits you can take today. Reap those rewards from optimized testosterone level right now.  

As you’ve seen, there are all sorts of ways to boost your testosterone levels over time. Supplements and dietary changes and exercises and a multitude of other healthy things to do. It can be a little overwhelming, though, so here’s a hit-list, with science to back them up.

Start these eight things right now, and your body and mind will thank you, profusely.

 

testosterone boosting habitsTestosterone Boosting Habits #1: Eat!

There are loads of things you can eat to improve your health and testosterone levels, but one of the most efficient is dark chocolate. That’s good quality, low sugar, very dark chocolate, not something you picked up at the gas station. And not too much!

A Harvard University study showed that eating a regular-sized bar of dark chocolate about three times per month will do wonders for your blood. Chocolate is full of flavonoids which can reduce harmful clots and thin the blood, which is great for your blood pressure.

testosterone boosting habitsTestosterone Boosting Habits #2: Love!

In the physical sense. Have sex! Grab your significant other and have a great time! The University of California proved what we already knew. Orgasms reduce stress. Stress is bad for you.

The study actually showed that having sex regularly will extend your life by two years or more, and they’ll be pretty sweet years. Sexual desire and testosterone go hand-in-hand, and increasing one will increase the other. It works both ways, and of course it’s fun!

testosterone boosting habitsTestosterone Boosting Habits #3: Go Nuts!

Nuts are full of healthy fats, and snacking on them in moderation will boost your testosterone, heart health, and all sorts of other things. Monounsaturated fats such as those found in nuts make your heart safer by lowering your cholesterol.

A project undertaken at Loma Linda University in California concluded that we should eat nuts five days a week in order to extend our lives by about three years. Moderation is essential, of course, since nuts are extremely calorie-dense. Just a handful will do.

testosterone boosting habitsTestosterone Boosting Habits #4: Drink! (Some)

Studies performed by Dutch researchers have shown that wine in moderation is very, very healthy. The science tends to go back and forth on this, but red wine especially is rich in antioxidants, resveratrol and polyphenolic compounds. Antioxidants are just super for reducing the eff­ects of age, and the polyphenolic compounds prevent fatty tissues from blocking your arteries.

If you’re not quite sure which wine to drink, Cabernet Sauvignon is richest in antioxidants. Stick to red wine for the health benefits, and don’t have too much. The Dutch study says a half a glass of wine a day is enough. Drinking more than that is more for your mind than your body, and binging on a whole bottle is never a good idea.

testosterone-boosting-habits-6Testosterone Boosting Habits #5: Play!

Sports are good for you. Walking, running, and jumping are great exercise, and the competitiveness is an excellent testosterone booster. As the saying goes, the best exercise is one you’ll actually do, and making it fun by playing around with your friends (or defeating your bitter enemies) is something you’ll be glad to stick with.

A Swedish research study found that regular golfers live up to five years longer on average. The game is surprisingly competitive, and players walk several miles during an 18-hole round. It’s good for your heart, for your muscles, and for your mind.

testosterone boosting habitsTestosterone Boosting Habits #6: Eat Some More!

A diet filled with fish, olive oil and garlic can help your blood pressure, cholesterol, and lifespan. It’s what’s commonly referred to as the Mediterranean diet, and the science shows it works. It was another Dutch research program that proved it, and they’re not even Italian! They’ve got no horse in this race!

These foods are all rich in aminos, healthy fats, and cholesterol-busting components that will keep your ticker ticking. And they’re delicious! So throw that fish in a pan and pile on the garlic, it’s all good for you.

There are plenty of other foods that will help your testosterone levels and general health, of course. Refer to our other articles for the full list of testosterone-boosting and healthy foods.

testosterone boosting habitsTestosterone Boosting Habits #7: Lose!

Yes, lose weight, it’s another reason to drop those extra pounds.

What’s more, a study at Oxford University found that a BMI of over 30 at the age of 40 can reduce your life expectancy by as much as seven years. So hit the gym and cut the calories! It’s worth it.

 

testosterone boosting habitsTestosterone Boosting Habits #8: Win!

Testosterone production starts in the brain, in a very literal sense. High emotions and a competitive spirit can trigger a testosterone and adrenaline boost as your body works to support your success.

So indulge the urge! Play to win in everything you do. Sports are one way, as is striving for success in the workplace and in your hobbies. Even just watching sports and rooting for your favorite team can cause increased testosterone levels. The more excited you get about it, the better for your testosterone. So feel free to bust out the face paint and even that giant foam finger!

testosterone boosting habitsTestosterone Boosting Habits #9: Sleep!

Get your solid eight hours. You need it. Even minor sleep deprivation causes a cascade of health problems that include a tendency to binge eat and a lowered metabolism. Your sex drive will go down, too, and of course your general energy level and mental focus.

All of that leads to lowered testosterone production, and the numbers are shocking. The Journal of the American Medical Association published a study showing that men who sleep less than 5 hours per night quickly sure a 15% drop in testosterone. The normal drop that occurs with age is 1% per year, so this is a big problem.

Bottom line: Prioritize sleep. Make the time!

testosterone boosting habitsTestosterone Boosting Habits #10: Laugh!

It really is the best medicine! Your mental state a­ffects your entire body, and multiple studies have shown that stress is bad in more ways than we ever imagined.

So laugh! Have a good time! Studies performed in the US and elsewhere conclude that laughing for about 15 minutes per day can increase your lifespan by as much as eight years. It’ll make you a happier person, and it’s becoming more and more clear that a happier person is a healthier person.

So there are ten things you can start doing today to improve your health, your mood, and your testosterone levels. Those three things go hand-in-hand for men, and you’ll find that good healthy practices just make life better.

We strongly recommend going to the doctor for your annual physical, and be sure to have your testosterone levels checked. But there’s so much you can do at home to help make sure those lab results are full of good news.

testosterone boosting habitsTestosterone Boosting Habits #11: Contact Hormone Therapeutics!

Most of us have tried to eat better, work out and live naturally. How long have you tried this and why do you expect that you can realize your New Year’s resolutions this year that you haven’t the last 7 years? Contact expert specialist physicians for a Free Evaluation and learn how a physician guided program can change your life to the way you remember.

 

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11 Testosterone Boosting Habits to Increase Testosterone and Live Longer

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The proper, healthy Man Diet is absolutely key to not only good, sustainable health and longevity, but also to maintaining a viably productive and powerful testosterone level. And we say Man, because the nutritional facts are that we males require a distinctly di­ffering amount of similar foods than the fairer sex, while also requiring a diff­ering variety of the best testosterone boosting foods for our optimal testosterone health.

Seven Testosterone Boosting Foods You Should Include In Your Diet

Of course our Top 7 Superfoods are healthy and nutritious for everyone, but men in particular should pay special attention. Introduce these foods to your diet regimen, and you’ll feel the results right away.

testosterone-boosting-foods-1Testosterone Boosting Foods #1: Garlic

This Old School herb and Paleo-Superfood is perhaps one of the healthiest overall ingredients you can add to any diet regimen. Excellent as an immune system booster, garlic is an all-natural additive that has been shown to boost testosterone levels. In addition to its many health benefits, garlic is just plain delicious!

Pills and powders are OK, but eating real garlic is best.

 

testosterone boosting foodsTestosterone Boosting Foods #2: Coconuts

A key source of healthy monounsaturated fats, the delicious coconut will help boost your testosterone levels without packing on the blubber. In addition, you need not worry over any negative cardiovascular eff­ects from this hard-shelled, hairy nutrition monster. In smoothies, with desserts, in milks, coconuts are a reliable testosterone booster.

And don’t forget coconut oil as a cooking additive!

Testosterone Boosting FoodsTestosterone Boosting Foods #3: Avocados

A very simple equation is less cholesterol equals more testosterone, and the awesome avocado is a full of cholesterol-busting good fats that will allow the testosterone to grow, as well keep your arteries in good working order.

 

Testosterone Boosting FoodsTestosterone Boosting Foods #4: Grapes

Grape skins are loaded with all-important resveratrol (a plant-based polyphenol), which plays a crucial role in overall sperm health and motility with a corresponding increase in Testosterone levels. In addition, emerging research is finding that resveratrol, taken in large amounts, just may be a longevity super-additive. So eat grapes and live longer and healthier.

 

Testosterone Boosting FoodsTestosterone Boosting Foods #5: Red Meat

A very simple equation is less cholesterol equals more testosterone, and the awesome avocado is a full of cholesterol-busting good fats that will allow the testosterone to grow, as well keep your arteries in good working order.

 

Testosterone Boosting FoodsTestosterone Boosting Foods #6: Honey

An excellent sugar substitute, honey is loaded with nitric oxide and boron, an important testosterone boosting mineral. Nitric Oxide is the key ingredient to many ED drugs as it dilates the blood vessels and promotes better blood flow for an erection.

 

Testosterone Boosting FoodsTestosterone Boosting Foods #7: Eggs

As we previously mentioned, the Omega-3 rich egg is also a protein powerhouse and a sure testosterone firecracker!

 

 

 

Here is one extra one that doesn’t boost testosterone but helps you manage your Estrogen levels!!

Cabbage is rich in indole-3-carbinol, a metabolic chemical that e­ffectively flushes any floating estrogen from your system and as a result, lets your testosterone run wild. It doesn’t matter if your tastes run to kimchi or corned beef and cabbage. Just get that leafy goodness in you!

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Naturally increasing your testosterone level is a vital highway to health and well-being but if you’re currently stuck in life’s traffic and can’t seem to get to the testosterone on-ramp; here is a list of simple yet eff­ective natural testosterone booster hacks that will go a long way to increasing (and maintaining) your Testosterone Levels for life.

testosterone boosterNatural Testosterone Booster #1: Sleep In

We all know it’s healthy to get a solid 6-8 hours of sleep each night, but did you know just how important it is to your testosterone levels? Science has shown again and again that adequate sleep is absolutely crucial to your body’s recovery from the physical stresses of the day. Other studies have shown that sleeping less than 6 hours per night inhibit testosterone replenishment and muscular growth. This is why testosterone levels peak when you wake up and are lowest right before you fall asleep. If you have trouble sleeping, we recommend turning o­ff your computer and setting aside that tablet an hour before bed.

Set a reasonable bedtime allowing for about 8 hours of sleep, and stick to it.

testosterone-booster2Natural Testosterone Booster #2: Don’t Push Your Workout Too Hard

Although most people have a natural inclination to push themselves and go all-out during exercise, it is possible to overdo it. The intensity and duration of your workouts should be appropriate for your age and physical condition. As we age, our bodies respond di­fferently to intense workouts. The physical stress of too much exercise can actually have a detrimental eff­ect on our bodies, including testosterone levels. This phenomenon is known as overtraining and leads to increased risk of chronic injury and up to a 40% decrease in testosterone levels.

Exercise is an effective way to increase testosterone, but know your limits.

testosterone-booster3Natural Testosterone Booster #3: HIIT for Power

One way to maximize the e­ffects of your workouts while avoiding the risk of overtraining is High Intensity Interval Training, or HIIT. During your workouts, alternate short bursts of fast, intense activity with resting periods of more relaxed activity. For example, alternate sprints with walking or slow jogging. The intervals can be very short depending on your condition, and usually a 2:1 ratio of high to low intensity is best.

An example HIIT workout: Run 30 seconds at a high intensity. Walk 15 seconds. Repeat for at least 20 minutes.

testosterone-booster4Natural Testosterone Booster #4: Eat Your Eggs

Protein is vital to testosterone growth and good, old-fashioned eggs are loaded with protein power, Omega-3 oils, T-Healthy zinc and huge levels of HDL (“good” cholesterol), that are essential for testosterone building.

Two eggs per day is plenty, and toss the butter and margarine. Olive oil is always preferred!

testosterone-booster5Natural Testosterone Booster #5: Cut the Sugar

That’s right, dump refined sugar right now, in all its forms! When blood sugar levels spike (like after you chug that energy drink) testosterone levels correspondingly decline (as much as 20-30%). If you’re riding the roller-coaster of refined sugar, you’re wreaking continuous havoc on your testosterone levels.

Do yourself a favor and toss the sweets and sodas!

testosterone-booster7Natural Testosterone Booster #6: Moderate your Booze Intake

Few things in life are more satisfying than a cold brew after a hard day’s work or workout. But excessive alcohol binges lower the body’s growth hormone levels even as they increase your cortisol levels, a double whammy of a testosterone hit.

Moderate alcohol intake is fine, but don’t binge drink!

testosterone-booster8Natural Testosterone Booster #7: Hit the Weights

In addition to your HIIT training, a reasonable regimen of weight training is an absolutely proven factor in reliably increasing your testosterone levels. In addition to its many other benefits (increased strength/muscle mass/flexibility, etc.), a recent Baylor University Research Study found that, in all subjects, testosterone levels peaked at only 48 hours post-weight training workout.

So hit the weights smartly and enjoy your next day surge!

testosterone-booster9Natural Testosterone Booster #8: Go Outside

Moderate and healthy exposure to the sun, that all-important source of Vitamin D (just 15-20 minutes per day will do the trick) can provide a rocket boost your testosterone levels. Of course, the prudent use of an SPF sunscreen is advised. We need sunlight every day to maintain levels of Vitamin D, testosterone, and our good mood.

Get at least 15-20 minutes of sunlight every day!

testosterone-booster6Natural Testosterone Booster #9: Dig into Good Fats

Good fats, on the other hand, like Omega-3 loaded fish, peanuts and avocadoes, are a powerhouse source of naturally testosterone boosting nutrition that will also provide all the clean energy that you need to burn during your day, and night.

Eat moderate amounts of healthy fats.

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Natural Testosterone Booster #10: Root for That Home Team

Humans are competitive and social animals, and indulging our love of sports, even vicariously on TV, gives us a great mental boost that can trigger testosterone increase. Studies have shown that testosterone levels can increase by as much as 20%, just by watching your team win. Go ahead and host that Monday Night Football party and feel free to throw on that jersey and cheer along. It’s healthy!

Sports are good for testosterone, even if you’re just spectating.

testosterone-booster11Natural Testosterone Booster #11: Rev Up the Romance

Sex, love, and romantic relationships have all kinds of great e­ffects on the mind and body. Testosterone is a sex hormone, after all, so of course levels increase when we’re really feeling it with someone. The benefits of healthy sex life will magnify the quality of your all-natural testosterone increase.

Everybody’s happier!

 

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Did you know that one of the best ways to increase your testosterone levels is through sleep? While you sleep, assuming you have lengthy, quality sleep, your body increases testosterone production. This is why your testosterone levels daily peak at 8 a.m. and then decreases to a low at about 8 p.m.

Quality sleep brings testosterone back up to optimal levels. During sleeping, your body turns on its Testosterone production engine and delivers extra testosterone to your system in rhythmic cycles based at various basic sleep stages. Because of the way your body produces testosterone, the more uninterrupted sleep you have, the more testosterone you will produce.

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