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Written by Dr. Jonathan Peterson, Updated on April 17th, 2018
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What Good is Testosterone?

As a hormone, Testosterone is important in the formation of the male reproductive organs -- and in secondary male features such as deepening of the voice and muscle building. Aside from building muscles, Testosterone is also responsible for keeping the bone density at its balanced and constant level to avoid bone fractures. The hypothalamus is responsible for producing signals that stimulate the production of Testosterone for the benefit of the male system. However, it must be noted that Testosterone is still produced by women but at a very minimal level. The hormone travels in the bloodstream down to the sex organs to facilitate sex libido and penile erection.

How Does Testosterone Affect Male Health?

Low Testosterone affects a person's sex life. The libido of a person declines resulting in poor performance, and sometimes, penile dysfunction. Most men notice Low-T when it impacts their sexual health, but there are a variety of other symptoms that men should be concerned about as well. For one, Testosterone promotes healthy metabolism, ensuring that your body burns energy effectively, and uses body fat for your energy source over your muscles. Testosterone Deficiency also directly impacts your muscle health.

Testosterone is produced by the pituitary gland and the hypothalamus via hormonal signals that stimulate its production. Testosterone stimulates protein synthesis which is very important for building muscles and in keeping muscle cells and tissues active. Testosterone puts your muscles into over-drive, which allows men to grow larger muscles than women and to respond more readily to anaerobic exercise.

Testosterone Promotes Cardiovascular Health

Not only does Testosterone improve muscle mass and body composition, it also promotes a healthy cardiovascular system. It helps the human body to process the circulation of blood. Blood carries oxygen and nutrients necessary for the basic functioning of major body organs. This helps you work out harder, and it also promotes healthy cholesterol and triglyceride levels. In regard to the male erection, blood and oxygen are very important to flood penile blood vessels with the blood necessary to maintain an erection. Low Testosterone stops the body from circulating the necessary volume of blood, which also hampers the circulation in the male sex organ, disrupting erections and sex libido.

Testosterone and Psychological Health

Nonetheless, it must be considered that low Testosterone affects the emotions of males. Depression and anxiety, mental fogginess and indifference are common symptoms of low Testosterone. It has long been known that Menopause encourages mood swings and depression, but even males suffer from mood swings because of Andropause, caused by low Testosterone.

Taking medications to avoid low Testosterone is very effective in mitigating the worst symptoms of Testosterone Deficiency. Testosterone injections and creams can be used for such a purpose. There are a variety of Testosterone treatment options available. Ask your doctor about clomiphene citrate, Testosterone with HCG, or Testosterone with Arimadex. To get started with your own co-created HGH, Testosterone, Sermorelin or HCG therapy program, please fill out the contact form on the right hand side of our site and then give us a call at 1-800-688-9673. Low Testosterone can hinder your health and wellness in a wide variety of ways. Don't let Testosterone Deficiency get in the way of living the life that you want to live!

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