The Role of your Genetics in your Testosterone levelsChelsey Reidel2 minutes 54, seconds read
The Role of Genetics in Testosterone ProductionTestosterone is a hormone that is produced primarily in the testicles in men and in the ovaries in women. It plays a crucial role in the development of male characteristics, such as facial and body hair growth, increased muscle mass, and a deeper voice.Genetics plays a significant role in the production of testosterone.
How can men increase their testosterone naturally?Chelsey Reidel4 minutes 14, seconds read
Exercise is one of the most effective ways to prevent many lifestyle-related diseases. Not only that, but it can also increase your testosterone levels.
The Connection Between Sleep and TestosteroneChelsey Reidel2 minutes 12, seconds read
The Connection Between Sleep and TestosteroneAre you feeling tired and lacking in energy? Are you struggling to build muscle and improve your athletic performance? If so, it may be time to take a closer look at your sleep habits.But why exactly is sleep so important for testosterone levels, and what can you do to improve your slumber? Let's dive in and explore the connection between sleep and testosterone.First, let's talk about testosterone. This hormone is primarily produced in the testicles and is responsible for the development of male physical characteristics, such as muscle mass and strength, as well as sex drive and sperm production.
Is testosterone stronger in the morning?Chelsey Reidel2 minutes 51, seconds read
Levels are usually higher in the morning and lower in the afternoon. Circulating testosterone (T) follows a daytime pattern with high levels of wakefulness that decrease throughout the day.