If you're interested in increasing testosterone you’ve probably researched the various gels, patches, and injections. If you haven't, then take a look at our page on Testosterone Replacement Therapy to get an overview of these various methods.
Most of those are prescription only, though, and come with potentially serious side effects. If you want to increase testosterone naturally without a prescription then this page was written for you.
Did you know that after the age of 30, the average man’s natural testosterone drops by 2% each year? Two percent may not seem like a lot, but it adds up.
Not to mention that 2 out of 10 men aged 60 and older suffers from testosterone deficiency –- some without even knowing it. So let’s look at some ways of increasing testosterone. Without prescriptions -– we’re talking natural testosterone.
There are several pills on the market, (a product called Andro-Shock being one of the best we've found), which boast that they can increase testosterone naturally.
How do they do it?
Well, the key ingredient is tribulus terrestris, which is an herb. Studies have revealed tribulus can boost your energy, and has, in fact, become one of the most well-liked ingredients for both professional athletes and body builders...and even women who suffer from low testosterone.
Because tribulus terrestris is an herb, and not a hormone, it doesn’t disturb the natural balance of hormones in your body, so there aren’t any major known side effects.
Besides tribulus terrestris, there are two other key ingredients that you should be putting in your daily diet to aid you in increasing testosterone.
The first of those two would be zinc. Ah yes, zinc. We’ve all heard of it, a few of us know what it is, but how many know what it’s responsible for?
Well, zinc is responsible for promoting tissue repair and muscle growth. And the more muscles you have, the more testosterone your body will produce.
On the opposite side of the spectrum, the fatter you are, the more estrogen your body will produce, meaning that your body will produce less testosterone.
The other thing to look for would be magnesium. In the fight to increase natural testosterone, magnesium promotes muscle strength as well as endurance.
Once again, the more muscles you have, the more natural testosterone you’ll have.
To make sure you’re getting enough of both magnesium and zinc, you can either buy natural supplements, or just watch your diet. Combine that with something that includes tribulus terrestris, and you’re on the right path to increasing testosterone naturally.
Lastly, let’s look at some common-sense tips to increase testosterone naturally.
First, skip those trendy diets. A lot of those diets do not provide enough protein for you to keep your muscles going, and as such, they'll get smaller, resulting in lower levels of testosterone.
Next, when you do work out, stick with the bigger compound exercises, such as bench press and squat. These exercises work more muscles in your body, and with an increase in muscle mass, you’ll have an increase in natural testosterone.
If you want variety, doing sprints is a great way to get your body to release more human growth hormone.
Make sure to rest afterwards to let your body recuperate.
Finally – lose whatever fat you can. The more fat you have, the more estrogen you’re producing, which means the less testosterone you’re producing naturally.
If you’re able to do all of the above, then you’re well on your way to increase testosterone naturally.
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