Let's Naturally Increase Your Testosterone
Are you struggling with erectile dysfunction and a low libido?
There is a good chance that this has to do with your testosterone levels.
Testosterone is the primary male sex hormone and it governs, controls and supports anything sexual going on in your body.
If your testosterone levels are low, you are much more likely to suffer from ED and a low libido.
How do you find out if your testosterone levels are low?
You take a test.
The best option is to go to your local hospital or doctor and ask to have a blood test taken that includes a reading of your testosterone.
You can also do a home test, for instance with this kit, but I would recommend an actual blood test for the most reliable results.
What is a low level? What is normal?
Below, you see a graph of average actual levels across age groups.
If your reading was below these levels, your levels are low.
But the levels in the chart are just average levels. They are not optimal or necessarily good levels.
Well, average male testosterone levels have declined steadily over the last 30 years.
Meaning that the average male has a lot less testosterone today than he did just 20 years ago.
And probably a lot lower than 100 years ago (we just don’t have data for this).
Which again means that the average actual levels are not what one should aim for.
Then what is a good level to aim for?
I don’t want to tell you what you should shoot for, but I aim to always have total testosterone levels at 800 ng/dl, regardless of my age.
Is it possible to achieve this?
But it takes discipline, dedication and some patience.
So how do I achieve this?
In the same way as I have overcome my erectile dysfunction and reduced my libido. And also in the same way as I have significantly reduced the chances of suffering from a heart attack, stroke, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, dementia, thousands of cancers, etc.
In other words, by living a super healthy life.
How does it work, and what exactly does it mean to live a super healthy life?
In short, it means limiting pornography, eating well, exercising enough, sleeping better, stressing less, etc.
This will normally get your body back in balance and enable you to start to normalize your testosterone levels.
By living by these principles, I am also able to permanently keep my testosterone levels high.
And what happens when you don’t live a healthy life?
As soon as you start eating poorly, exercising too little, stress too much, sleep to little, indulge in pornography and masturbation, etc., your body gets out of balance.
Which normally causes your testosterone levels to decline.
When your body is not in balance, your body is on red alert and tries to fix itself. That means testosterone production is normally not prioritzed. Also, some of your testosterone gets ‘crowded out’ by the stress hormone cortisol.
Other testosterone gets converted to the female sex hormone, estrogen.
Do you want me teach you how to get your body back in balance? So you can get your testosterone levels back where they should be? And so you can get your energy back? And get your sexual functions back?
I suggest you start with reading the guide about how to increase testosterone levels naturally.
You can then choose to follow these principles. If you do, I would recommend taking another testosterone test in 6-8 weeks to compare against the original test.
If you follow these principles diligently, you are likely to see your testosterone levels go up. If you followed these principles diligently but did not see significant increase, please message me and we can discuss.