The relationship between stress and testosterone levels is a vicious cycle. High stress leads to lower T levels.
We tend to hear a lot about women’s hormones and their effects, but little is said about male hormones. Many women don’t realize that the men in their lives go through many hormonal changes, too.
Are men and women really from different planets, cognitively and emotionally speaking? Is the male brain radically different from the female brain?
Did you know that what you eat affects the testosterone levels in your body? A variety of different testosterone-boosting foods help combat low T.
Testosterone is the key to a man’s sex drive, mood, physical attributes, and more. Low testosterone, or low T, is common in men in their 30s and older. In fact, almost half of all men older than 45 have low T levels.
Age is the reason why muscles and bones don’t quite feel the same as they used to, right? Well, sort of. Growing older causes a myriad of issues in the musculoskeletal system of aging men.