Separating Testosterone Facts From Fiction: Discover The TRUTH About How Where You Live Affects Your T-Levels Below…
A research letter published in The Journal of The American Medical Association (JAMA) revealed some pretty surprising information:
Prescribed testosterone–one of the most common ways men today address low or declining testosterone—tripled from 2001 to 2011.
And as you can see in the infographic below, based on the same letter, men in some regions of the U.S. are seeking out prescribed testosterone more than men elsewhere.
On top of this, one study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism found that the average testosterone level is dropping by about 1% each year… and this is correcting for factors like age, health and lifestyle changes.
Are American men in the midst of a testosterone crisis?
And beyond that, what role does your location really play in your testosterone levels?
This article and infographic aim to explore the possible answers to these questions, as well as offer practical solutions for any guy looking to increase his testosterone safely and naturally.
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While scientists don’t fully understand why this overall decline is happening… what we are beginning to realize is that where you live may play a role in your testosterone levels!
This is of particular importance for younger men in the U.S. today.
According to relationship counselor Ian Kern, he’s noticed:
“An increasing number of young guys are complaining of concerns, such as diminished libido and problems more commonly seen in older men.”
If you’re in a “low T” region and suspect you may be experiencing the effects of low testosterone, the most surefire way to find out if you’re right is to see your doctor and get tested.
Otherwise, research and health experts suggest maintaining a healthy weight and diet, and getting regular physical activity are the best courses of action to maintain healthy testosterone levels.
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Certain foods and supplements have also been found to increase testosterone levels, including Vitamin D, Zinc, tuna, egg yolks, and oysters.
So if you want to see the full infographic–including scientifically proven steps any guy can take to boost his testosterone levels quickly, easily, and safely–check it out right here:
If You’re Experiencing These Symptoms, It May Not Necessarily Be Due to Low Testosterone…
Without actually visiting a doctor, it's hard to tell if your T-levels are low or not.
Even if you’re feeling less energetic… have less muscle mass… a lower drive, and softer hard-ons…
… you may still have normal, or even HIGH T-levels… because these exact same symptoms are also associated with low blood flow.
I mean, think about it for a second…
All an erection is, is blood flowing to your penis… so if your blood isn’t flowing properly, it'll be much more difficult to get hard… and can often result in “softer” erections…
And I’m telling you right now… no woman wants to undress a man, only to find a soggy noodle dangling in between his legs… especially when she’s soaking wet, and ready to get rammed into another dimension. 😉
But like I mentioned above, there are foods that can help!
There are 5 plant-based foods in particular that do a hell of a job at boosting your blood flow…
… and can REALLY make you feel like the raging bull you were in your prime…
(I'm talking a higher libido, like you had when you were a teenager… hard-ons that feel like a freaking steel beam… and even bigger loads, which hot girls LOVE…)