About Testosterone

Testosterone is the primary male sex hormone, responsible for male sexual development and critical for maintaining erectile function, sex drive, normal energy levels, and mood. It also controls a wide range of other physical functions throughout the body. As with other hormones, testosterone declines with age in both men and women. In men it decreases 1% a year after age 40. At the age of 80, the levels are only one-fifth of the levels obtained in youth.

Both men and women benefit from the supplementation of testosterone. At optimal physiological levels, testosterone increases bone density and bone formation, increases muscle strength, enhances energy and sexual function, decreases body fat, and moderates cholesterol levels. Additionally, the hormone keeps a woman’s skin soft and supple. Testosterone is a hormone both men and women need to replenish as they venture into their fifties and beyond.

Testosterone replacement therapy is a safe choice to raise deficient levels. It provides dramatic benefits for men and women, moreover, men with higher physiological levels have less morbidity and mortality.

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Additional Hormone Information
* About DHEA
* About Estrogen
* About Human Growth Hormone (HGH)
* About Melatonin
* About Pregnenolone
* About Progesterone
* About Testosterone