Asked by Sherlyn Longbottom 1 month ago.
responsible for sex drive muscle development hair growth agression to hit the highlights. girls have a fraction guys have to much usually thats why we think with the wrong head. Answered by Hedy Imler 1 month ago.
testosterone....THE MALE HORMONE........estrogen....FEMALE HORMONE Answered by Riva Brachman 1 month ago.
is in guys and some ugly women Answered by Santina Metoyer 1 month ago.
How do you promote testosterone?
Just wondering if there are any vitamins or pills you can buy that help to raise testosterone levels. Anyone know? Other than going to a doctor and getting shots? My son-in-law has low testosterone levels.
Asked by Ji Trujillo 1 month ago.
Increase Testosterone Step #1 - Lift Heavy & Basic Incorporate basic movements that involve several muscle groups in your training routine. Great compound movements are barbell squats, dead lifts, and military presses. These basic core exercises have been shown to play an important role in testosterone levels. The greatest workout related testosterone production occurs with the use of heavier weights and lower rep range. A study shows that the best is 85 per cent of your one-rep max. Make sure train with high intensity for short periods of time. Your overall weight training workout should not last longer than 60 minutes (45 min is optimal). Train hard and get out of the gym to let your muscles recuperate and grow! Increase Testosterone Step #2 - Sleep Well If you are not getting enough sleep the body is not recuperating well, which causes less testosterone and more corticosteroids to be released. Just to mention corticosteroids like cortisol are in fact catabolic hormones meaning they use up muscle tissue to provide the brain and the heart with energy. Sleep has a tremendous impact on testosterone levels. Your test levels can plummet 40% down by having poor sleep quality. Make sure to get a quality mattress that fits your comfort level, keep your room a little cooler than average and use the bathroom before going to bed to avoid disruption in sleep. Focus on getting 8-9 hours of sleep per night for optimal rest and recuperation. Increase Testosterone Step #3 - Watch The Alcohol Alcohol has the property to inhibit your ability to remove estrogen from the blood stream by acting as a central nervous system depressant and also by decreasing zinc levels. Alcohol should be avoided when trying to increase testosterone levels. Healthy normal men, consuming reasonable amounts of alcoholic drink, experience a 20% drop in their serum levels of testosterone. In chronic alcoholics with extensive liver damage those levels can be reduced by as much as 50% and they can become feminized (lose facial and pubic hair, become impotent, and fat deposits behind the nipples that give the appearance of breasts which is called gynecomastia). Increase Testosterone Step #4 - Eat More Fat Low fat consumption causes increase of the SHGB, which means one thing, less free testosterone. It is considered that monounsaturated fats play an important role in testosterone levels and bioavailability. Choose foods high in monounsaturated fats, like avocados, nuts and seeds. Olive oil is a great source of healthy fats along with a product called Udo's Oil which is a blend of Omega 3,6,9 essential fatty acids. Increase Testosterone Step #5 - Don't Over Train Always allow your body to recuperate adequately between your workout sessions. If you don't, your circulating testosterone levels can plunge by as much as 40 PERCENT as was discovered by studies performed at the University of North Carolina. The symptoms of over training are easy to diagnose: irritability, insomnia, muscle shrinkage and an overall feeling of fatigue. To avoid over training, make sure you rest at least 48 hours between muscle groups and sleep a full 8-9 hours per night. Getting adequate rest is probably one of the best ways to increase testosterone levels! Answered by Birgit Randall 1 month ago.
eat healthy fresh fruits and veggies, pistachios have needed zinc and drink water, . Take a good multi vitaman and milti mineral supplement. In other words feed your body so it has what it needs to grow. Let me also add advice on muscle building if your into that. Alot of young men now have acess to body building products like testosterone boosters, Testosterone creams ect. Nitric oxide boosters to build there muscles. At a young age these products can and often do cause penis growth! Also certain herbs like Fenugreek, L-arginine and others will raise testosterone levels a bit wich causes faster growth. i do not recommend them as no one knows the risk Hope this helps Answered by Audie Umholtz 1 month ago.
There may be several non-medication methods to increase your testosterone level, especially if some less-than-healthy lifestyle habits are part of your routine. Here are some suggestions that you might want to try before deciding to use testosterone supplements: Increase the amount of exercise in your daily routine. Decrease use of or give up alcohol entirely, especially beer. Lower your stress level through meditation or yoga. Try to limit meals with meat or poultry to one or two a week. If you wear jockey shorts, switch to boxer-type underwear. Give all of these changes a period of at least three months before you decide they are not effective.Then seek medical advise for other treatments. check out these web sites very helpfull Answered by Bertram Scheffer 1 month ago.
Zinc increases testosterone levels. Do a google search. But why play around. Go see a doctor and get the real medicine to develop normally. Answered by Lyla Lamparski 1 month ago.
What do you mean, other than going to a doctor? If your son in law has low testosterone levels, you'd have to go to the doctor to get that tested. SO WHAT'S THE DEAL HERE? iS THIS JUST YOUR OPININION OR DID YOU ALREADY TAKE HIM TO A DOCTOR? If he's gone to a doctor, either the doctor doesnt feel he needs treatment, and you can get a second opinion from another doctor, or perhaps you are just a nutty broad who wants to get down with her son in law and he doesn't want you, so you assume HE has low testosterone. In any case, your question doesn't fully make sense to me. Answered by Pamila Valladolid 1 month ago.
go to gnc and you can purchase testosterone boosters. they are usually used for working out so your son in law maybe a little on edge the first few days he takes em , but they give you a huge testosterone boost. Answered by Chana Wiersteiner 1 month ago.
Exercise. Also, the herb yohimbe raises testosterone. It used to be given by Doctors as an injection. The supplements DHEA, maca & tribulus will also help. Supplements for HGH will also help (human growth hormone). Answered by Brianna Gorelick 1 month ago.
You need to get advice form his GP. Testosterone hormones are very dangerous hormones. They are illegal to buy with out doctors prescription. Answered by Ferne Calero 1 month ago.
has he tryed going out and doing man stuff? has he had a female or shot a gun that kind of stuff will make him feel more like a man try having him lift some weights but other than that there is not a whole lot he can do and taking drugs like that will cut off his natral supply of testosterone and he will need to keep taking the drugs it replaces all that Answered by Vernon Weinger 1 month ago.
i found this on a website, it's the natural ways to increase your testosterone levels! hope this helps!!! The right foods can jack up your testosterone and growth-hormone levels while also shutting down estrogen production in men. If you're not feeling as "manly" as you used to, and you have more than your fair share of days when you just feel plain weak, most likely your anabolic hormones are lying dormant. Testosterone is the currency of a young and viril man and with it comes lean muscles and erections of iron. Growth hormone (GH) on the other hand, strengthens connective tissue, meaning stronger tendons and a boost in power and muscle mass. Even better, GH seeds up muscle repair, jump-starts your immune system and improves skin elasticity for a tighter, younger, firmer looking physique. What you eat, how you eat it and what you supplement your food with can bring to the forefront that "animal" inside of you. In this report, we give you seven keys to making it happen. Protein It's no secret that protein builds muscle, but the type of protein you choose can be very important. Protein that comes from whey or egg hydrolysates can increase testosterone hormone levels. Hydrolysates are predigested proteins rich in dipeptides (two amino acids joined together) and tripeptides (three joined together). Dipeptides and tripeptides can escape digestion and go directly to the liver where they increase production of the powerful anabolic hormone insulin growth factor-1 (IGF-1). As a result, hydrolysates do a better job of building muscle than whole proteins or free-form amino acids so be sure to look for these when you purchase protein supplements. Vegetables Fat, it turns out, is not only ugly but also a threat to your manhood because it's rich in aromatase, an enzyme that turns testosterone into various estrogens. Just to make clear, so that all of us are on the same page: estrogens = female hormone To boost your masculinity and enhance your body's normal disease-fighting ability, eat more broccoli, cabbage and Brussels sprouts. A recent study showed these veggies to be rich in indole-3-carbinol (I3C), a phyto-chemical known to turn "bad" estrogens (which shut down testosterone production) into good ones which help to restore it's production. Fact: bad estrogens were cut in half when seven healthy men took 500 milligrams of I3C a day for a week. Jon Michnovicz, M.d., Ph.D, from Rockefeller University Hospital stated "we have strong evidence to suggest that indole-3-carbinol is active; it's doing the right things to the body's hormone system and it's doing them in a safe and gentle way". What does this mean to you? Aim for two servings a day of the various cruciferous vegetables which include broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, collards, cress, kale, kohlrabi, mustard greens, bak choy, radishes, turnip greens and watercress. If you can't handle these, 300mg of another supplement diindolylmethane (also called DIM or diindolin) which is derived from I3C does much the same thing. Meat Although science doesn't know why, evidence suggests that eating meat boosts testosterone levels. In one study, two groups of men pumped iron for 12 weeks; one group ate a vegetarian diet and the other a meat diet. Strength improved by the same amount in both groups, but only the meat eating group enjoyed marked fat loss and muscle gain. If you decide to eat meat to bulk up, avoid fatty red meat, pork and lamb which are loaded with saturated fat and instead choose fish, poultry or lean cuts of beef. Answered by Chantell Shillingford 1 month ago.
What is a testosterone?
-What is it? -How can i tell if I or someone has it? -If someone have high testosterone, what good does he gets?
Asked by Janice Waugh 1 month ago.
Testosterone is a steroid hormone: in humans, testosterone is primarily secreted in the testes of males and the ovaries of females, although small amounts are also secreted by the adrenal glands. It is the principal male sex hormone and an anabolic steroid. Therefore everybody has Testosterone. In both mens and women, testosterone plays a key role in health and well-being as well as in sexual functioning. Examples include enhanced libido, energy, immune function, and protection against osteoporosis. On average, an adult human male body produces about eight to ten times more testosterone than an adult female body. However the overall ranges for male and female are very wide, such that the ranges actually overlap at the low end and high end respectively. Answered by Norbert Ikemoto 1 month ago.
that is a male hormone. it makes things like hair growth, puburty, etc happen. it is made in the testicles, hence the name, testosterone. if you are a boy, u have it, girls also have it, but very little. steroids are fake testosterone, that is why athletes get so big so quick. it is not good for you. testosterone makes you ba albe to gain muscle faster, good agility, good stamina, etc. Answered by Shyla Mastrocovi 1 month ago.
i have been friends with a few girls who had a high level of testosterone. they are butch. Answered by Athena Parson 1 month ago.
Its basically the male hormone. Females have estrogen. If someone has high testostersone they are physically more masculine. For example, their voice may be deeper. Answered by Mollie Zilka 1 month ago.
Why do we need Testosterone?
Asked by Napoleon Heath 1 month ago.
Testosterone is produced in the testes and in the adrenal glands. It is to males what estrogen is to females. Testosternoe is a very vital steroid hormone. Its a principle male sex hormone. In both men and women, testosterone plays a major role in health and well-being as well as in sexual functioning. Examples include enhanced libido, increased energy, increased production of red blood cells and protection against osteoporosis. Testosterone helps to build protein and is essential for normal sexual behavior and producing erections. It also affects many metabolic activities such as production of blood cells in the bone marrow, bone formation, lipid metabolism, carbohydrate metabolism, liver function and prostate gland growth. Testosterone deficiency may be a result of diseases such as Klienfelters syndrome, Anorchia (vanishing testes syndrome) or damage from surgery, chemotherapy, anabolic steroid use or radiation, to the hypothalamus or pituitary gland (in the brain), or testicles. The result is that production and release of testosterone is inhibited. Erectile dysfunction can be a result of insufficient testosterone. Answered by Paul Braunbeck 1 month ago.
to heal muscles mainly i think. estrogen helps in body growth testosterone in repair. thats why girls grow quickly then boys because they have estrogen. during puberty boys make so much testosterone their bodies convert it into estrogen so they suddenly grow tall and lanky. and boys have more and bigger muscles because testosterone quickly repair any broken muscle when they workout making them bigger. and its also the sexual hormone in men helping in sperm production and causes aggression in men. women have it but way lesser thats why they dont take so much risks and are less aggressive. Answered by Lynne Mahlke 1 month ago.
because it's the precursor of estrogen and progesterone Answered by Cyrstal Burmeister 1 month ago.
What is testosterone?
Asked by Kristyn Mauzey 1 month ago.
Testosterone is a steroid hormone from the androgen group. Testosterone is primarily secreted in the testes of males and the ovaries of females although small amounts are secreted by the adrenal glands. It is the principal male sex hormone and an anabolic steroid. In both males and females, it plays key roles in health and well-being. Examples include enhanced libido, energy, immune function, and protection against osteoporosis. On average, the human adult male body produces about twenty to thirty times the amount of testosterone that an adult female's body does. Testosterone is found in numerous animals. Answered by Adell Barbin 1 month ago.
Testosterone is a steroid hormone from the androgen group. Testosterone is primarily secreted in the testes of males and the ovaries of females although small amounts are secreted by the adrenal glands. It is the principal male sex hormone and an anabolic steroid. In both males and females, it plays key roles in health and well-being. Examples include enhanced libido, energy, immune function, and protection against osteoporosis. On average, the human adult male body produces about twenty to thirty times the amount of testosterone that an adult female's body does. Testosterone is found in numerous animals. Answered by Rory Sagredo 1 month ago.
Testosterone is used for: Treating symptoms of low testosterone in adult men when their bodies do not make any testosterone or not enough testosterone (hypogonadism). Testosterone is a naturally occurring "male” sex hormone necessary for many processes in the body. Testosterone buccal system is used to treat men with low testosterone levels. Answered by Kristian Netland 1 month ago.
A male hormone, which makes them grow hair on their faces, and everything. Females have the same thing..only it's called Estrogen, and tells the body to grow female parts. Answered by Darcel Porchia 1 month ago.
It's the "male" hormone--It's basically a chemical that will make you go through puberty. It's responsible for your sex drive, the increase in penis size, the production of semen, the lowering of your voice.. etc. The females have estrogen, and is basically used for the same thing. It starts the increase of breast size, the beginning of pubic hair, the start of a sex drive. Answered by Dick Hoggan 1 month ago.
it's a chemical that is strongest in males [cause females do have low levels of it, their main chemical is estrogen- we have low levels of that too] and it's what gives you a deeper voice, your height, over-all physique, sex drive, ect. you'll learn more in health class Answered by Isidra Sigurdson 1 month ago.
I am 37 and have a testosterone level of 349. Does anyone else have similar circumstances? Did you start replacement therapy? if so, what kind?
Asked by Margherita Thaut 1 month ago.
I don't recall the normal range for the age of 37 but I do believe that 349 is near the lower range. Lets discuss the clinical issues. Do you show signs of a low testosterone. If not then I would suggest you not take anything like Angdro Gel. Andro Gel is easy to use - just rub it on your shoulder daily. I tend to think since you had your testosterone measured that you are showing some sort of symptoms that may relate to a low testosterone. Lets rule out other issues - Diabetes - Hypertension and Dementia. If your fasting blood glucose is high then do we have an early on set of adult diabetes type 11. If so lets treat that and see if you symptoms go away. I am sure you have had your blood pressure checked but lets say you haven't and it is 140 over 90 right on the edge of hypertension - can we treat that and will your other medical problems go away. Lets look at both the sexual and mental issues for testosterone. If you find that your sexual desires are less than when you were younger - at the age of 37 that is normal but you should be having a least weekly 2 or 3 orgasms or the ability to have that many orgasms - If you have lost interest in sex and are not having much success with masturbation or with your partner then testosterone and or Viagra and Sudef make a lot of sense. Sudef will help you have an orgasm and Viagra will help you maintain an erection and the testosterone will help you function sexually. Lets now look at your mental agility. If you find that you are showing signs of dementia (I am not kidding) or that you are forgetting things much more than usual and your stress in life has not changed recently then you need to start testosterone replacement therapy and have both testosterone - free and bound measured before and after you start your testosterone. My testosterone level is just about where yours is and my age is 62 so I am in the low normal range. I have no diabetes or hypertension but my sex drive and my short term memory seemed to decline about 2 years ago. I went through tons of tests and many other drugs and finally requested testosterone replacement. - Works wonders both on the sexual drive and the short term memory loss. Interestingly enough my testosterone level only went up slightly and tomorrow we measure the Free testosterone. The only thing you may have to worry about is cancer of the prostate - does it run in your family. If it doesn't then we have reduced your risk factor. Now I am sure you dislike having your prostate examined as much as I dislike it but you should set up with your family physician if you start taking testosterone a prostate exam on a quarterly basis. I do and don't like it but it makes clinical horse sense. You need to be aware of the risks. I am very happy with the Andro Gel and I have learned how to use it according to my life style. My sexual life has improved and I use eveything I discussed above and my short term memory is outstanding. Good luck and I hope I have helped you - I had to find this path on my own and fight all sorts of battle to get where I am today. Answered by Jonah Coster 1 month ago.
Your post caught my eye as I believe my 29 year old boyfriend might be suffering from low testosterone but I can't get him to see a doc about it. I just had to mention that the posting given by nicealbanyguy was great. It's nice when someone looks at all aspects. His answer was very informative. Answered by Evette Haye 1 month ago.
I would always seek testosterone supplements first. Shots are an option but I would use them more of a last resort, since the shots will actually decrease your natural production of testosterone. Answered by Cecille Bodman 1 month ago.
My husband takes testosterone supplements with his excersize regimen. I wish he wouldnt because they make him moody and have a short temper.... but its what he wants... so whatever. Answered by Annelle Bonelli 1 month ago.
What is Testosterone?
I always read about products that increase your Testosterone levels..what does that mean and what happens when the Testosterone are hight or low....???
Asked by Natisha Ennist 1 month ago.
Testosterone is a male sex hormone, produced in the testes, and is responsible for secondary sex characteristics (body and facial hair, skin changes, broad shoulders, deep voice, etc). Sometimes, as a man ages, his body doesn't produce enough testosterone as it should. This usually happens in middle-aged and elderly men, but it can happen in young guys, although that's rare. Not enough testosterone can cause moodiness, low energy, reduced sex drive, and some other things. If the situation is really bad, sometimes hormone replacement therapy is needed -- in other words, testosterone is placed in the body through artificial means such as injections, patches, pills, etc. Answered by Maricruz Hrivnak 1 month ago.
The male hormone is Testosterone Answered by Darlena Mottram 1 month ago.
Testosterone is the male hormone. Answered by Jordan Stoneback 1 month ago.
Do these exercises increase testosterone?
I was wondering if i did these exercises everyday long term would it slowly but permanently increase my testosterone levels valid that i keep doing the exercises. Skipping,pull ups,chin ups,push ups,dips,jumping squats,calf raises,crunches,v ups,leg raises,side crunches and stretching after every work out. I do...
Asked by Shad Diveley 1 month ago.
I was wondering if i did these exercises everyday long term would it slowly but permanently increase my testosterone levels valid that i keep doing the exercises. Skipping,pull ups,chin ups,push ups,dips,jumping squats,calf raises,crunches,v ups,leg raises,side crunches and stretching after every work out. I do about 2000 skips a day and 2 sets of each exercise trying to become fit for football. Answered by Terisa Schamel 1 month ago.
Hi Increasing testosterone through exercise is one of the best ways to naturally increase levels of this hormone. However, there are some cautions you need to be aware of. That's because some ways of working out can actually lower your testosterone levels! For example, if you exercise for too long you can actually hurt your testosterone levels. Testosterone levels after a leg workout can be lower than after other exercises in certain circumstances. Studies conducted on endurance athletes who exercise for long stretches of time at once were shown to have testosterone levels up to 85% lower than people who do not perform endurance exercises. A typical example of an endurance athlete would be a long distance runner. On the other hand, weight lifting -- which tends to be short in duration and high intensity -- can be effective in boosting HGH (human growth hormone) levels and testosterone. Short in duration can mean anything from a few minutes up to an hour. But if you are interested in increasing testosterone levels, you should not exercise for more than an hour or it can become counterproductive. It is believed in some circles that testosterone levels after a leg workout will be especially low, but there is no evidence supporting this. Indeed, one great way to increase human growth hormone and keep testosterone levels peaked is to do leg workouts that are high intensity and very brief. A great example would be sprinting. Sprinting full out cannot be done for long periods of time -- usually no more than 5 minutes at a time -- because it is so intensive. If you are a weight lifter and are interested in increasing testosterone through exercise just make sure you keep an eye on the clock and don't workout for more than an hour at a stretch. Don't be one of those gym rats who chats it up and spends 2 hours in the gym like it's social time. People who do endurance based exercises may want to consider supplementing with a testosterone booster to counter the effects of their workouts. Answered by Deana Duncklee 1 month ago.
Do Leg Workouts Increase Testosterone Answered by Ayana Maniscalco 1 month ago.
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Yes. It also release other feelgood chemicals into bloodstream. M Answered by Scottie Heesch 1 month ago.
no abnormal increase of hormones Answered by Albert Angelilli 1 month ago.
What do Testosterone pills do?
I got some test. Pills in a package from GNC. The package included creatine pills test. Pills and protein and vitamin pills, i just want to know what test. Pills do? Will they make me grow facial hair quicker and grow my penis bigger? Im 18 and just started working out. I also just started using whey protein and...
Asked by Rae Bocskor 1 month ago.
I got some test. Pills in a package from GNC. The package included creatine pills test. Pills and protein and vitamin pills, i just want to know what test. Pills do? Will they make me grow facial hair quicker and grow my penis bigger? Im 18 and just started working out. I also just started using whey protein and Noxipro pre- workout powder . Why am i not feeling that sore the next day after working out when i lift alot and do alot of reps? Answered by Gwen Pick 1 month ago.
Testosterone pills are used to raise testosterone level in blood. They are widely used by old age people to restore their hormone level and also by young people to enhance their muscle development. If you are healthy and younger than 70 your testosterone level should be quite sufficient. At 18 years of age testosterone will be the last of my worries you do not need it, you already have plenty and more will not change anything except for the worse with no benefits. When you take steroids or any testosterone-like supplement it may help muscle growth but will cause your body to respond by reducing the normal testosterone output of your testicles in an effort to keep it at normal levels. Most of the horror stories you have heard about the side effects of steroids are true. If your testosterone level is low, real testosterone supplementation as prescribed by a doctor will normalize it. Either way it will not do much for your facial hair growth or penis size. That is controlled by genetics. The genes you inherited from your parents, grandparents and further back in your ancestry Testosterone Steroids and prohormones can cause: Negative effects: Losing hair, Facial hair growth, Irritability, Acne (in various places), ther negative effects prostate cancer, heart disease, addiction, muscle failure at an older age, Positive effects: Testosterone in low doses can make men become more interested in making love (libido), increase muscle mass, bone strength, decreased levels of lousy LDL cholesterol and improve insulin sensitivity, so your chance of suffering diabetes decreases. Answered by Erlinda Holgersen 1 month ago.
Best Testosterone Pills Answered by April Garand 1 month ago.
You just pissed your money away, Bubba! Your GENETICS have already pre-determined what your final growth will be - - including height - penis size - voice changes - bone/body structure - facial hair - body hair - etc. You cannot re-program genetics. You cannot MAKE yourself grow. You can only have patience - & wait to see what all develops. You will not finish puberty until at least age 21 - or later. HORMONE BOOSTERS SIDE EFFECTS" Acne Testosterone boosters can over-stimulate the sebaceous glands of the skin and result in severe acne, especially on the face, chest and back. Masculinization Women who use testosterone boosters may experience masculinization of the voice, enlargement of the clitoris and an increase in body hair. Baldness According to the Mayo Clinic, men who take testosterone boosters may increase the pace of male-pattern baldness. Diabetes The use of testosterone boosters can cause sudden spikes or drops in blood sugar levels, which can be life-threatening for diabetics. Enlarged Prostate Men taking testosterone boosters may experience an enlarged prostate, which can cause painful and frequent urination, and difficulty starting urination. Liver Damage High amounts of testosterone in the body can cause liver damage, including cirrhosis (scarring) and liver cancer. Breast Cancer Testosterone boosters can cause the development of new breast cancers in both men and women, or advance the growth of existing breast cancers. Answered by Hollis Lominy 1 month ago.
Builds Muscle, Burns Fat Faster! Answered by Tameika Minturn 1 month ago.
Give you acne if you're not careful. Won't do anything for your willy. Answered by Rickey Otting 1 month ago.