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How to increase testosterone naturally? Use your mind and good sleep!

Introduction.

A reassuringly low rate of adverse outcomes reported after testosterone therapy following radical prostate treatments led to the recent re-examination and clarification of our understanding of the biology of androgens and prostate cancer and as a result to increased recognition of the benefits of testosterone.

The content of testosterone in the blood of a healthy young man is approximately 630 ng/dl the normal rates ranging from 264 to 916 ng/dl. The levels of testosterone largely determine the sexual orientation and behavior of men. Men with 10-12% lower levels of testosterone are feminine, mild, and sensitive. Conversely, those whose blood testosterone content is 10-12% higher than normal are distinguished by aggressiveness, lowered sense of self-preservation. With no exaggerations, testosterone is a life-changing hormone, making a male masculine and giving his life a sense of power.

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testosterone and prostate cancer

Testosterone and prostate health

Introduction

For over 75 years, it has been accepted that higher serum testosterone increases the risk of developing both new and rapid growth of latent prostate cancer. How did it happen that testosterone, being a hormone controlling the development of the prostate early in life, becomes a destruction and degeneration factor of the prostate in old age? What is the price of risk of testosterone therapy and does it prove the expected benefits? There is considerable evidence that androgen deprivation therapy noticeably depresses the development of prostate cancer in humans and prostate cell line experimental systems. However, there is no clear evidence that an increase in endogenous testosterone levels contributes to the development of prostate cancer in men.
Let’s study the issue carefully analyzing the pros and cons of available evidence-based data.

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