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March 13, 2013

Testosterone Tips To Keep You Healthy

testosterone tipsTestosterone Tips

We sure see and hear more about testosterone these days. Talk about testosterone can be heard on the radio and on television. Here are some quick facts and tips about testosterone you may not know. At the end of this post are articles on this website that go into many of these testosterone tips and facts in more detail.

  1. Testoterone (an androgen) is the major hormone of desire or libido in both men and women.
  2. Low testosterone adversely effects the entire body.
  3. There are many non-sexual symptoms of low testosterone in addition to the more commonly know sexual effects.
  4. A man or woman can have symptoms of low testosterone despite having “normal” testosterone levels.
  5. Diabetics are more likely to develop low T, and men with testosterone deficiency are more likely to become diabetic.
  6. Healthy testosterone levels are good for the heart and cardiovascular system.
  7. There are many options available to treat testosterone deficiency in men and women.
  8. Testosterone therapy requires close medical supervision of an experienced physician.
  9. Testosterone levels can be improved through proper eating and exercise.
  10. There are nutritional supplements that can boost testosteone levels in some men.
  11. Testosterone is the only hormone that is a controlled substance at the Federal level. Why?
  12. Testosterone does not cause prostate cancer.
So there you have it. Twelve testosterone tips and facts you now know that can help keep you healthy.

See articles related to testosterone tips.

Androgen Deficiency: Not Just For Men

Symptoms Of Andropause In Women

Nonsexual Symptoms Of Low T

Sex Drive

Optimal Versus Normal Testosterone Levels In Men

Treatment For A Low Testosterone Level

Diabetes And Low Testosterone

Cardiovascular Benefits of Testosterone

Eating Your Way To Higher Testosterone Levels

Natural Testosterone Boosters In Men

Why Is Testosterone A Controlled Substance?

Testosterone Causes Prostate Cancer And The World Is Flat



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Dr. Joe Jacko

Dr. Joe is board certified in internal medicine and sports medicine with additional training in hormone replacement therapy and regenerative medicine. He has trained or practiced at leading institutions including the Hughston Clinic, Cooper Clinic, Steadman-Hawkins Clinic of the Carolinas, and Cenegenics. He currently practices in Columbus, Ohio at Grandview Primary Care. Read more about Dr. Joe Jacko

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