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How To Deal With Low Testosterone?

As a matter of fact, low testosterone is a type of condition to which the male reproductive system produces insufficient amount of male testosterone hormone. The condition is also known as hypogonadism, which basically means that your gonads are underdeveloped or ruptured. People who have serious hypogonadism typically can’t correct their symptoms of low testosterone by natural means and in such cases, hormone replacement treatment is the only viable option available.

One symptom that can easily tell if you’re lacking of testosterone is if you’re having low libido and erectile dysfunction. Say that you’re battling with some other symptoms such as extreme fatigue, insomnia, loss of morning wood, lack of motivation, man breasts, cracking voice, increased fat mass, loss of facial hair as well as body hair, depression, emotionality and sudden mood changes, your odds of having a hypogonadism is high.

Fortunately, there are natural low testosterone treatments that you can try to help increase the levels of your testosterone. One way to do it is by simply ensuring that at least 30 percent of your day to day calorie comes from dietary fats similar to butter, avocado, bacon, pumpkin seed oil, coconut oil, walnut oil and egg yolks. On the other hand, you must avoid fats like soybean oil, margarine, canola oil, low fat spreads, cottonseed oil and sunflower seed oil.

As much as possible, you have to be sure that you are eating sufficient amount of androgenic foods, which are known for their capability of increasing levels of testosterone naturally. Good news is that, there are many food sources for this including spinach, pineapple, parsley, button mushrooms, watermelon seeds, pumpkin seeds, organic meats, beets, celery, pomegranate and organic eggs.

Aside from eating the foods mentioned above, it will be essential at the same time to ensure that you do different exercise movements on a regular basis. This is basically one of the best ways of boosting your low testosterone levels. With regards to the exercises however, it will be ideal to try performing slow movements, perform big multi joint movements such as bench press, deadlifts and squat, squeeze out 5 repetitions, do 3 sets of repetitions and remember to take enough rest between workouts.

By combining all these things and managed to successfully increase your low testosterone levels, expect many benefits to experience such as increased motivation and confidence, deeper voice, weight loss, stronger muscles, increased feeling of masculinity, be more competitive, increased growth of body hair, thicker facial hair and stronger bones and slight cockyness.

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