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Some Facts about Low Testosterone

Thursday, September 24th, 2009 No Comments Under: Erectile Dysfunction

Testosterone is a hormone, responsible for many processes in the body, and if it decreases you can notice some changes in your behavior and state. But if you know that this or that problem is caused by testosterone levels, it would be easier to address it. Read more »

How to Reveal You Have Low Testosterone Levels

Monday, September 21st, 2009 No Comments Under: Erectile Dysfunction

The following article is dedicated to people who are anxious about insufficient testosterone production. It will help you address your doubts and learn what happens if testosterone drops and how this problem should be treated. Read more »

Slimming Diet May Lead to Low Testosterone

Monday, September 21st, 2009 No Comments Under: Erectile Dysfunction

Over one fourth of people in the US turn to slimming diets to fight excess weight, but give up this idea in a month or more.

There are many examples of slimming diets that actually led to opposite results in some cases, ending in their carriers’ disappointment. Those who applied to these diets had to state that in several weeks or even months of the diet their weight stopped and then started growing again. Being disappointed, they returned to their unhealthy eating habits and even noticed they managed to lose excess kilograms they gained.

No idea of why these things happen, and whether it is really necessary to start a diet? Actually, it’s usual for people who restrict themselves too much to start gaining weight again. Due to this reason more and more people think that slimming diets are harmful for metabolism. Consequently, they are convinced there is no use in a diet which threats the organism.

Still, everybody who thinks so is mistaken; due to the fact that it has already been scientifically proven that any diet brings no changes to metabolism in the body. The real cause in weight gaining lies in testosterone.

Decreasing or eliminating any kind of food, for instance, containing carbohydrates, from everyday meals leads to lessened excretion of testosterone by the organism. When physical exercises are added to the slimming program, testosterone production boosts again, in order to prevent the absence of carbohydrates from negative influence on the organism.

By decreasing fats you are also inclined to decrease testosterone excretion. The fewer fatty food you consume, the lesser is the amount of testosterone excreted. The problem is also solved by physical activity, which boosts the excretion of the hormone and makes your body’s metabolic rates normal.

Protein should be carefully addressed because it can diminish testosterone amounts when the diet contains too much of the substance. Still, the situation, on the opposite, affects hGH production and makes it more intensive. Read more »

How to Overcome a Problem of Low Testosterone in a Natural Way

Monday, September 21st, 2009 One Comment Under: Erectile Dysfunction

Males of older age experience a decrease in testosterone excretion and their main aim is to make it higher, which is now possible in a natural way. The plants which are able to do so are also characterized by their capacity to increase total wellness. Read more »

Discover the Complications of Low Testosterone

Monday, September 21st, 2009 No Comments Under: Erectile Dysfunction

Consequences of Low Testosterone

The majority of males, when they notice any uncertainties in emotional state or physical condition, think that they are aging. But these signs are not properly connected with getting older, but more with testosterone drop in the organism.

It is commonly acknowledged that testosterone affect only sexual activity and hair coat, but this hormone is responsible for a lot more functions in the body, and its levels affect other areas of human health. Read more »

The Reasons for Low Testosterone

Monday, September 21st, 2009 No Comments Under: Erectile Dysfunction

Hormone testosterone is excreted by male genital gland. This hormone is essential for normal body functioning and its lack can negatively affect the organism. Testosterone amount is gradually diminishing as a man becomes of older age. Commonly, testosterone levels do not correspond to norm when a man is nearly 60 and more. Low testosterone leads to lack of libido, bad mood and excessive tiredness. Read more »

What Is the Nature of Low Testosterone?

Tuesday, September 1st, 2009 No Comments Under: Erectile Dysfunction

Low testosterone is provoked by hypogonadism, a disorder, which is characterized by insufficient production of testosterone by the genital glands. Low testosterone levels can result from any reasons, say, genital gland damage, genetic disease or side effect of medicines one applies. As a man grows older he is also prone to have less testosterone in blood than he once used to have. Read more »

What does Impotence or Erectile Dysfunction means?

Thursday, July 2nd, 2009 One Comment Under: Erectile Dysfunction

“Impotence” is a very old term that was first used in the 15th century. As a rule it means powerlessness, but it may also have a deteriorative implication. Nowadays we can frequently hear another term – “Erectile Dysfunction”. (Anyone who can not raise his penis to an upright position may probably have erectile dysfunction)

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Symptoms of Impotence (Erectile Dysfunction)

Thursday, July 2nd, 2009 No Comments Under: Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile Dysfunction (Impotence) is quite a typical condition affecting 20-30 million men in the USA and more then 150 million men all over the world. Erectile Dysfunction is a problem with achieving and upholding erection strong enough for long pleasant sexual intercourse. If someone wants good erection, he should have no problems with nerves system, brain, muscles and blood vessels.

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Natural Remedies to Cure ED (Impotence)

Thursday, July 2nd, 2009 No Comments Under: Erectile Dysfunction

Herbs and Supplements

As a rule, producers of dietary supplements and herbal medications do not require FDA approval to produce and sell their products. Body chemistry can be highly affected by herbs, drugs and different supplements; it produces a possible risks and side-effects that can be really dangerous and harmful. Before using any herbal supplements or medications one should surely consult doctor

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