Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Increase Low Testosterone Levels in Jupiter, Florida with TRT programs at NovaGenix

testosterone levels after weight training in Jupiter,at NovaGenix  Low T therapy in Palm Beach

Many factors contribute to how or why one one particular individuals levels may vary. The brain and pituitary gland, a small gland at the base of the brain control production of testosterone by the testes. From there, testosterone moves through your blood to do its work. Interestingly, testosterone levels change from hour to hour. They tend to be highest in the morning and lowest at night. Testosterone levels are highest in men around the ages of 20 to 30 and slowly decline after age 30 to 35 by 1% to 2% annually.

For various reasons, testosterone levels in a male can become, and remain too low. Less frequently, testosterone levels can become too high.  When T levels are not in balance, health problems can result. If you are experiencing any symptoms of low T, you can easily get your levels checked and determine if there is an underlying cause. Fortunately there are options available and you can get treatment to fix hormone problems.

Exercise and Strength Training (Weight Lifting)
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One of the best ways to remain in good health and to prevent several lifestyle related diseases is to exercise regularly. Studies have proven that it can also boost your testosterone levels.
A recent study by the European Journal of Applied Physiology found that men who exercise regularly have higher testosterone levels. In older males, exercise increases testosterone levels, overall fitness, reaction time and quality of life as well.  
A separate study in Japan found that increased energy in obese men had a greater effect on increasing testosterone than a weight loss diet. Where losing weight is certainly beneficial, the body produces more testosterone as a reaction to a strength and conditioning program used for the same purposes. Resistance training is key for both short and long term T boosting.

Consume Protein, Fat and Carbs 

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Your diet is a huge factor when it comes to the impact on testosterone as well as other hormones in the body.
It’s extremely important to monitor your long-term caloric intake and diet. Fluctuation and random dieting or fasting may have a detrimental effect on your overall hormone balance and production. Eat the proper amounts of both protein and healthy fat to ensure that your body can produce the proper amounts of testosterone and other hormones.
Carbohydrate intake also plays a role, with research showing that carbs help with optimizing T levels when exercising and resistance training. The body needs proper nutrient and energy stores to exercise effectively and limit cortisol production. A low card diet may limit the energy levels that are available to the body and deplete fat as an alternative energy source. Fat is essential in T production so this may begin to cause a reduction with the body in being able to produce testosterone.
In short, don’t overeat or restrict calories too much for too long. Maintain a health balanced diet and your T levels will rise.

Reduce Stress and Cortisol

cortisol increases cause a decrease in testosterone levels in men with low T at NovaGenix in Jupiter, Florida

Long-term stress is a killer. It elevates levels of the hormone cortisol which absolutely lowers Testosterone levels in the body. Unnatural raises in cortisol levels can quickly deplete testosterone levels in men. These hormones are in a constant balancing act. When one rises, the other is reduced. Stress and high cortisol can often lead to weight gain and the storage of unwanted excess fat around your organs and midsection (belly fat).  
This often accelerates the decline in T levels. For both optimal health and hormone levels, you should try to reduce sources of stress in your life. Live, love and laugh… Take an evaluation of what causes you to be happy and what causes stress and you will find that this will help optimize your T levels and improve your overall health and quality of life.

Vitamin D and Sunshine

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Vitamin D is now becoming more recognized for its importance in the overall health of humans. Research has shown that it has various health benefits, and may also works as a natural testosterone booster. Even though it’s now known to be a vital micronutrient, close to 50% of the United States is deficient in vitamin D, with another major percentage having subprime levels of vitamin D. 
The department of Internal Medicine, Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism at the Medical University of Graz, Austria conducted a study that showed when men increased their vitamin D levels to 3,000 iu of vitamin D per day that their testosterone levels increased by 25%. Taking vitamin D supplements and getting some sunlight can dramatically improve your testosterone levels.  


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Proper amounts of sleep is equally as important for your overall health as diet and exercise is. Studies have also suggested that it may dramatically impact your body’s ability to produce testosterone. The right amount of sleep will vary from one person to the next, however research has shown people who sleep just 5 hours per night to have a 15% reduction in their testosterone levels. 
Separate studies in both Europe and Asia came to the same conclusion, that more quality sleep equals more quality testosterone. In order to maintain overall health and hormonal balance, its suggested that anywhere from 7-10 hours would be most beneficial.
For more information or to schedule an appointment for a FREE consultation with one of our experts, please call NovaGenix at 561-277-8260 and see if Testosterone Therapy may be right  for you.
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