Testosterone & The Brain..

Testosterone levels in your body are controlled by a complex system that includes your brain, testes, and several different hormones. Testosterone levels begin to increase in males during puberty. Men reach peak levels during adolescence and young adulthood. At about age 30, men start to drop their testosterone by about 1% per year. The hypothalamus, …

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The Effects of Testosterone on Sperm Production…

A common assumption is that taking in more testosterone increases sperm production and improves sperm quality. The counterintuitive truth, however, is that supplementing with testosterone medication or boosters¬†actually inhibits sperm production. For sperm production to occur, the available testosterone must be made naturally in the testicles. The majority of male testosterone is produced and found …

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Zinc Deficiency & Testosterone Production

Zinc is an essential trace mineral required by every cell in the body. Zinc deficiency is prevalent worldwide and can contribute to many health problems, such as poor neurological function, weakened immunity, allergies, thinning hair, leaky gut, chronic fatigue syndrome, changes in taste and smell, weight gain/loss, rashes, and acne. Some research also shows that …

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