Do you need testosterone therapy, that is the question, let us find the answer. Either we’re in a low Testosterone epidemic or an epidemic of us falling for very well written persuading ads. Testosterone prescriptions have soared, they are quadrupled in us guys between the ages 18 to 45 and in some cases older, as ads for this therapy have become widespread in a very big way. If you’re tired or if you are losing muscle, or have ED, or you can’t concentrate, feel irritable, or maybe just never feel that great, could TESTOSTERONE therapy really help? (Get Tested). Sounds obvious, however as many as a quarter of us men or more receiving Testosterone therapy do so blindly.



They start a regimen without testing whether they actually have low testosterone, and the powers at the command are laughing all the way to the bank. Testosterone supplementation won’t help if your Testosterone levels are normal. In fact my friends, it will turn off your very own production, says Brad Anawalt, M, D, chief of medicine at the University of Washington Medical Center. The pituitary recognizes there is plenty Testosterone in the blood and stops producing hormones that stimulate the testicles to make more. The only way to be sure is to get a fasting Testosterone test from your own doc, morning time being the best time to do it, when the hormone’s levels peak. Repeat the test at least once, with the second being perform a couple days later. Two low morning readings indicate Testosterone deficiency, readings can vary from day to day, even hour to hour, they also can be lower if you are under the weather, so it is not a good idea to be tested if you are sick.



If your levels are a little low don’t just be blaming it on your age, because lately, some doctors have begun to question the idea that Testosterone actually begins dipping by about 1% a year around age 35. If that were indeed the true, it should happen in all of us man, and it does not accord to Ranjith Ramasamy, M, D, director of male reproductive medicine and surgery at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. A healthy, fit 40 year old will also have Testosterone levels like a 20 year old’s. Poor health is more likely to cause low Testosterone than the other way around my friends. If your levels are around 300 ng/ dL, which is on the cusp of being low, and if you have some symptoms, look first at other conditions. Dr, Anawalt says Medications like opioids well lower Testosterone, so does a condition called male hypogonadism, in which problems with testicles or the pituitary gland-or both- prevent your body from producing enough Testosterone. Far more common my friends than either of these; extra pounds. If you’re overweight and lose 7 0r 8 % of your body weight, Testosterone could increase 10 to 15 %, which would put you squarely in the normal range, Dr, Anawalt says.



Now let us weigh the risks, you don’t want Testosterone therapy if you do want kids, please my friends pay attention now, in healthy men, it can make the pituitary shut down sperm production. Possible some side effects of Testosterone therapy also include an increased risk of sleep apnea, blood clots, and also prostate cancer. Your doc still may write you an Rx. In us men with verifiably deficient levels generally below 300 ng/dl and low Testosterone symptoms (fatigue, decreased sex drive), replacement can ratchet up the desire, sexual activity, physical function, and also vitality. But not this weekend. It takes around three to six months for Testosterone supplemental to have an effect. I now ask each and every one of you men to please think about everything that you have just read in this article about Testosterone therapy.


May you be always healthy, humbly yours Paul Earl




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  1. My son was unfortunately born with a low testosterone.  He doesn’t produce near enough for what his body needs.  So he has to use a testosterone gel daily.  I have been looking for an alternative such as supplements etc.  But they all seem to be for very different reasons than someone who does not make it naturally.  Do you know of any way to naturally bring up testosterone when your body does not produce it?

    1.  These are my findings to answer your question concerning your son, resistance training, such as weight lifting, is the best type of exercise to boost testosterone in both the short-and long- term. High-intensity interval training (HIIT) can also be very effective, although all types of exercise should work to some extent. Taking caffeine and creatine monohydrate as supplements may further boost your levels when combined with training program. healthy fats, eating enough protein, carb intake also plays a role, A diet based mainly on whole foods is best. I sincerely hope that this information will help you. I thank you for visiting Weightlifting For A Beautiful World, and I do hope you will visit us again, humbly your Paul Earl.

  2. Like how you start off asking the question, do you need testosterone therapy. All natural is always a plus, especially in today’s world. Great insight on testosterone here. Not many people are well versed in this area so an explanation really helps. Great explanations and references. Keep up the good work!

    1. Thank you for your kind words, I was one of those people who were not will versed in this subject. However after, over four hours of research my mind was blown away in how misinform most of us men are. I thank you for visiting Weightlifting For A Beautiful World, I truly hope that you will visit us again, humbly yours Paul Earl

  3. Hi Paul, thanks for putting out this detailed and informative post. Firstly, I’m not familiar with some registers in the post which made me not to totally digest the info but the little I could pick up I was able to understand that age shouldn’t be a factor in discoursing the issue of low testosterone in men. I find this very amusing because age has always being a basis for setting up an argument on this issue of low testosterone. I really find this post useful and I’d like a little breakdown of words like hypogonadism, apnea and so on. 

    1. Good evening Darrick, as I was researching I was amazed how uninformed I was, I have come to the conclusion most of what we hear is just a vessel for big company to make money on men who may or may not have low testosterone. Now for the question that you asked me concerning the words that I chose to use, Hypogonadism is use to say and mean, unable to produce adequate levels of Testosterone, apnea, is use to denote a condition. I spent 4 hours researching for this information, all I can say is wow. I thank you for visiting Weightlifting For A Beautiful World  I sincerely hope that you will visit us again, humbly your Paul Earl   

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