Best Testosterone Booster — 2020

Do you feel that you are not getting the most out of your training and lifestyle? And do you suspect that too low testosterone levels may play a role in this? Then check this handy checklist to see if your testosterone is perhaps on the low side. I also give tips to increase your testosterone yourself.

What is Testosterone?

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When is your Testosterone level optimal?

It is difficult to say when you have an optimal testosterone level. One feels good and energetic with a relatively low testosterone level, while the other feels listless. In short, do not stare blindly at an optimum figure.

Testosterone boosters often do not work

Why make it difficult if it can also be easy, you might think … There are many testosterone boosters on the market that you can use to boost your testosterone very easily. Why couldn’t you use it to increase your testosterone?

Focus on a Healthy Weight

Weight influences testosterone production. Observational research has shown that weight gain in fat leads to a decrease in testosterone. In contrast, a decrease in weight can lead to an increase in testosterone production.

Sleep well

Too little sleep can have a negative influence on testosterone levels. Not only does little sleep have a direct influence on testosterone production, which diminishes due to little sleep, it can also have an indirect influence... This is because little sleep often goes together with unhealthy food choices and weight gain. This in turn indirectly influences your testosterone production.

Work out, but get some rest

Exercise is essential for a healthy mind and a healthy lifestyle. By exercising every day and doing enough strength training, you build up more healthy substances. Strength training, in particular, is important for the production of muscle mass and activation and for increasing testosterone. In particular due to a lower percentage of fat and/or more muscle mass and reduced insulin resistance.

Do you eat healthy and varied?

It may be a bummer, but too many people are going wrong in the area of ​​nutrition. Check with yourself if you eat enough, healthy and varied food. A number of checks:

Do you get enough vitamin D?

Research shows that there is a link between vitamin D deficiency and lower testosterone levels. In the summer months, almost no one sees a vitamin D deficiency. This is different in the winter months.

Do you get enough zinc and magnesium?

Zinc and magnesium deficiency can reduce testosterone production. You lose minerals such as zinc and magnesium if you sweat during exercise. Athletes who exercise a lot must take this into account.

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Hi everyone, welcome to my blog about health, beauty, weight loss, and lifestyle! I am Mike Shaw, https://medium.com/@mikeshaw786/

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