7 Ways to Raise Your Testosterone Levels

Michael Young

Everybody knows that testosterone is the main male hormone responsible for all male functions in the body of a man. So, it is important to have optimal levels of this hormone, but unfortunately, it may be low in some men. Let's have a look at the ways of boosting T-levels safely.

The functions of testosterone cannot be overestimated. It boosts muscle development and burns body fat. It is responsible for sleep, mood, and libido, health in general, energy, and quality of life. However, most men face a decline of testosterone levels after they reach the age of about 30. This puts them at risk for type 2 diabetes, heart disease, obesity, impaired sexual function, low mineral density, diminished physical performance, and reduced muscle mass.

It's interesting to know that women are also affected by the low levels of this hormone. The levels of testosterone in women start declining after their 20s. This testosterone decline can change the balance between estrogen and testosterone that result in slowed metabolism, an increase in body fat, reduced bone mineral density and strength, as well as difficulty to gain muscles.

It is possible to increase your testosterone levels in a natural way. The most visible changes occur due to the balanced nutrition, resistance training, supplementation, and, certainly, rest. Follow the nest rules to increase your testosterone levels safely.

1 Consume fat to boost testosterone

2 Don't avoid cholesterol

3 Take testosterone-boosting ingredients

4 Do multijoint free-weight movements

5 Don't train too long

6 Get enough sleep (7-8 hours)

7 Apply training variables raining testosterone