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Am I saying that you can get the testosterone you had when you were 25? Well, no. But then do you really want the testosterone levels you had when you were 25? Speaking for myself, I enjoy having a little self-control. Regardless, the great majority of us males, especially middle aged and beyond, can very significantly increase their testosterone. In fact, I'll go so far as to say, unless you have a major medical condition, you should be able to push your testosterone to healthy levels without resorting to HRT (hormone replacement therapy).
As it turns out, T-levels are controlled by many variables. Your testosterone clock did not just stop ticking: you just plugged the wrong values into your body's testosterone formula. If you will read through the material on this web site, I can almost guarantee you that you will be able to find a few relatively easy changes that will pump up your T. This should net you a boost of 30+% and perhaps even more if you’re living a lifestyle that is particularly T-crushing.
In my opinion, the primary difference between middle age and youth is that middle age requires you to work for what was a given in days past. What required no effort before will now require some good old fashioned sweat equity. But the point is that it is doable. Andropause does not have to be the end of the road.
In fact, my experience is that if you can get T right at 500 or over and then add on various lifestyle changes and supplements to boost nitric oxide output and libido, you can for all practical purposes eliminate the effects of andropause or at least delay it’s onset by decades. I would even argue that the slightly lowered T-levels of middle age are really the ideal. You will find that at these levels you will be much more satisfying to your lover. In middle age you have more control and less of that overt aggression. What I’m getting at is this: there’s really no reason that the 40’s and 50’s shouldn’t be the best sexual and romantic times of your life. So don’t give up – andropause is really just the beginning and NOT an ending.
1) J Clin Endocrin Metab, 1993, 77: 375-381, "Effect of aging on endogenous levels of 5-alpha-dihydrotestosterone, testosterone, estradiol and estrone in epithelium and stroma of normal and hyperplastic human prostate"
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