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Who would have ever believed 20 and 30 something-year-old men would be walking around with a low/no sex drive? Low -T symptoms are becoming more prevalent among an increasingly younger demographic.
More than 5 million American men have been diagnosed with low testosterone, or “Low-T.” In addition to the obvious horror of not having your master blaster at the ready when you need him, low testosterone can also leave you feeling fatigued, weak, melancholy, and at risk for diabetes, depression, high blood pressure, and coronary artery disease. In other words; fat, tired, impotent, and waiting to die. Scared yet? Good. Then PAY ATTENTION!
While this Low T epidemic is great for pharmaceutical companies peddling one pill to make you happy and another to get you hard, Low T is a problem that needs a solution…not a band-aid.
The True Toll of Low T
Without testosterone, men lack a desire for sex and have poor energy. Both of these Low-T symptoms create stress, diminish confidence, and chip away at the fiber of your life. If you’re a man experiencing these symptoms, it can permeate every part of your life, especially your relationship. If you are the partner of a man who is suffering from Low-T, then you already know how it is affecting your relationship.
What’s the Answer?
Definitely visit an endocrinologist to have your levels of testosterone tested (it’s a simple blood test). If your tests do come back with low levels of free testosterone, your endo will most likely prescribe a testosterone replacement therapy. While these do work, they are not without side effects and risks. Continued use runs the risk of elevated PSA levels which can lead to Prostate problems. Also, you are replacing your testosterone with a synthetic replica hormone. This will get you back on your horse, but it won’t cure the problem. To address the problem at the source you need to make some changes.
Exercise – You want to be more manly?…get to the gym. Regular intervals of resistance training (that’s lifting weights to those of you who’ve been too busy growing your beard to build your muscles), will kick-start the Big T. You should look to get 3-4 sessions per week, about 45-60 minutes each.
Nutrition – You’re probably wondering how you’re going to drag your ass to the gym if you barely have the energy to get out of bed. MAN UP and give it 1 WEEK. That’s all it takes to get your gears going and your engine pumping high octane again. How? Change your eating habits! Notice that I titled this section Nutrition and not Diet. Diets are for women. Seriously, the parameters for almost every diet were created for the female body. These diets will actually lower your testosterone. Nutrition and Exercise, Nutrition and Exercise, Nutrition and Exercise!!! The truth shall set you free, and get you your man card back. Here are a couple of simple tips to get you started:
- Only eat foods that were once alive or grew in the ground
- Drink at least 8 full glasses of water per day
- Stay away from sugar – lose the soda, sweet juices, cakes, candy, etc
- White is bad – rice, potato, bread – ALL BAD
- Cook with Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Organic Butter
- Eat at least 1g of Protein for each pound of lean bodyweight (Total weight – Fat lbs)
- Restrict your eating to an 8 hour period each day
Remember back in High School when you took the zero instead of going to the chalkboard because you had a raging boner for no apparent reason? That was good. Not the zero, but the rest of it. Those raging hormones are still in there. They’ve just been suppressed. They want out, believe me. I don’t care how old you are, 30, 40, 50, 60…YOU ARE A MAN! The world needs you to be everything that is AWESOME about manhood. Start simple. Follow the tips I just gave you and commit to 30 minutes of pushups, crunches, and burpees each day for one week. That alone will jump start your system.
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