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A new study has found that men’s level of testosterone is substantially impacted by their environment during childhood.
The study found that boys who grew up in challenging and harsher conditions, where there were more diseases and where diets were less nutritious, had lower testosterone levels as men.
When the body needs to spend a significant amount of its resources on fending off diseases (or if the body doesn’t have proper nutrition), it has fewer resources left for producing testosterone. And this lower testosterone production carries on into adulthood.
In other words, when there are very high demands on the body, its testosterone production goes down, and if this persists for long time during childhood, this will likely have the result of an also low testosterone level as an adult.
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