Do you find yourself feeling tired all too often?
You slept 8 hours, but you still feel like shit?
It’s easy to blame the weather, blame your boss, blame your wife, the kids or just blame anything external.
BUT, if you were being honest with yourself and looking at yourself more deeply, you know there’s more that you could do to prevent this laboured, self centred, non-responsible approach.
It’s time to take charge. No excuses.
2. Low sex drive
4. Feeling depressed
5. Increased body fat/low muscle mass
6. Struggling to remember things
7. Erectile dysfunction
Testosterone is the chemical that makes you aggressive in approach, can give you the energy to dominate and also push towards living a more fulfilling lifestyle.
The number one method is to stop busting one out everyday. Fix up. Stop masturbating all the time!
You want a quick fix? There you go.
How To Increase Testosterone Further:
There are multiple ways of increasing your testosterone through nutritional habits, as well as enough sleep and exercise:
Get outside in the natural sunlight everyday for at least 30 minutes and/or take a Vitamin D Supplement ESPECIALLY in Autumn & Winter.
Good nutritional habits:
Constantly under-eating or over eating will mess you up. Get on track with it. Want the simplest method to get on track with your diet?
D-aspartic acid, Zinc and magnesium can give you a much needed boost. See what supplements I take.
A whole other topic within itself that could be discussed endlessly. Self care and self awareness are vital components to achieve this.
You do not need to have the highest testosterone in the world and become a bodybuilder (Although you should always try to become stronger), but a deficiency in testosterone can lead to a lot of physical and cognitive issues.
Start redirecting that energy into a more positive, masculine way of living your life.
What have you got to lose by trying increasing your testosterone levels?
There is also a suggestion that intermittent fasting can increase Testosterone levels indirectly, by increasing growth hormone and also decreasing fat mass.
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