Normal Testosterone Levels in Men!
The reference range for Normal Testosterone Levels in men with the medical testing company Labcorp, are between 241-827 ng/dl
But I have a warning for you!
If you fall ANYWHERE near the bottom of that range, you better take notice...
Because I can tell you right now, 241 is NOT normal.
I've been below 250 and I felt anything but normal...500 should be the absolute minimum for any male!
Closer to 800 would be even better.
In other words, any "Normal" reading between the range of 250 - 350 puts you way down at the bottom end, right along with the sick, the old, and the diseased.
Now, medical science may argue that since a certain percentage of the male population fall into that lower range, we should consider it OK, normal, acceptable.
But I don't and neither should you!
Unless you consider loss of muscle mass, erectile dysfunction, lack of motivation, low sex drive, testicular atrophy and all kinds of other sexual dysfunction acceptable.
If you stumbled onto this page, because your numbers tested low, I suggest you start by downloading my Free Testosterone Ebook, and joining my email list.
This will put you in the loop with myself and 4000 other men who are all working together to achieve the exact same goal…
Optimal testosterone levels, achieved naturally, without the use of drugs, hormone injections, gels, or negative side effects.
Once you've downloaded the ebook, come back here and go to This Page to begin your journey.
Inside you'll find all the information you need to start working on your testosterone levels now…so you can get your levels back up into the upper range where they belong.
Low Testosterone Effects
What happens when you fall too low?
Here's one that will ruin your entire day....
From the archives of internal medicine...
On the adjusted analysis, a
low testosterone level
was associated with a significant 88% increased risk for mortality compared with normal testosterone levels.
Testosterone and Obesity
More than one study has shown that men with low testosterone gain weight because of lost muscle mass, and decreased physical activity, due to feeling sluggish and lethargic.
Weight Gain also causes heart disease, too, starting another VISCOUS CYCLE of declining health.
Heavy men also have higher bad cholesterol, lower HDL, elevated triglycerides and increased blood pressure, compared to men with normal testosterone levels...
Testosterone and Heart Disease,
Researchers at Columbia University tested 55 men undergoing X-ray exams of their arteries.
They found that those with lower testosterone levels had higher degrees of heart disease (blockage of the coronary arteries).
This study also found that the protective HDL cholesterol levels were higher in men with higher testosterone levels.
Testosterone and Diabetes!
More than 1/3 of all men with type 2 diabetes have low testosterone levels.
According to Sandeep Dhindsa, MD, of State University of New York at Buffalo.
The largest group of people who have low testosterone are diabetics, This means your pituitary gland, which controls all the other hormones in your body, is not working very well.
We are talking about one-third of men with diabetes being at risk of high fat mass, low muscle mass, low bone density, depression, and erectile dysfunction.
Low Testosterone Treatment!
More Hidden Signs of the Downward Spiral
While heart disease, cholesterol, obesity and diabetes are all serious conditions that are intertwined with low testosterone, do you experience these HIDDEN SIGNS?
Men with low testosterone often:
- Have trouble sleeping
- Become moody and irritable
- Experience lethargy and fatigue
- Have problems with focus and concentration
They can also experience anxiety because of poor performance, leading to clinical depression, phobias, and panic disorders.
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