Over 40's and testosterone

For most men, Testosterone levels start declining after their 20s. This decline and its speed very much depend on a number of factors:

  • Genetics
  • Job (stress, energy levels)
  • Nutrition
  • Lifestyle
  • Alcohol, drugs
  • Health

 

Low Testosterone levels can mean lack of energy, lack of sexual desire and erections, loss of muscle tissue and higher body fat levels and a change in bone & cardiovascular health.

A healthy level of Testosterone should be a goal of most men over their 40s. Sufficient Testosterone levels can mean better overall health. The information on this site can be used to boost Testosterone levels naturally. This is particularly useful for those over 40 who find that life is going downhill a lot faster.

 
Women and testosterone
Women and testosterone

Testosterone can affect women in a positive or negative way just like men. Women can benefit from higher Testosterone levels just like their male counterparts.

Athletes and testosterone
Athletes and testosterone

Testosterone increases strength and muscle tissue. It also reduces body fat and boosts drive and moivation.

Over 40s and testosterone
Over 40s and testosterone

Increasing and maintaining Testosterone levels is crucial for those over 40 to maintain health and well being. The 40s come around real fast so you need to be prepared!