Are You Happy with Your Sex Life? Increase Testosterone Naturally

Testosterone: Its Hormones, Libido Enhancement and Importance

Are You Happy with Your Sex Life?

Men – Could Increasing Your Testosterone Be The Key To A Better Life?

Testosterone, as we all know, is a male hormone, however, women produce about 1/10th of the amount of testosterone
that men do.

Testosterone is without question one of life’s key hormones or chemical messengers in the body. Some
of the key roles in which testosterone is well-documented include: libido enhancement, drive, general well-being
and of course improving body definition.

In addition, I wanted to comment on numerous clinical studies that prove the benefit of balanced testosterone levels
on the cardiovascular system and its health. Since heart disease is still the number one killer of men in America,
you may want to consider a strategy that at least eliminates or significantly reduces the factors that decrease hormone
levels, like improvement in your diet, modifying your exercise program, reducing stress and restoring nutritional
status. Read on for more salient features regarding testosterone.

The Importance Of Maintaining Hormonal Balance In Men

All men lose testosterone gradually as they age; typically, starting at age 40. Most men stay in what is considered
to be a normal range throughout their lives. However, two in 10 men age 60 and up will dip below the normal range,
which is considered a testosterone deficiency. The testosterone hormone is responsible in maintaining muscle mass,
fat distribution, bone mass, sperm production, sex drive and stamina.

If you are a man aged 40 and up, and you are experiencing decreased energy, reduced muscle mass and strength, decreased
cognitive function, diminished sex drive or depressive moods, then you may be suffering from low testosterone levels.
Does this mean you should run out and get a shot of testosterone once a month? No. There are potential risks involved
in testosterone therapy and the symptoms may also be attributed to other conditions such as liver disease, hypothyroidism
and depression. You should consult your physician and discuss the symptoms with your physician; ask him/her to test
your steroid hormone levels.

Testosterone therapy and excessive levels of hormones in the body may result in sleeping
problems, infertility, excessive blood production (possibly increasing the risk of stroke), and problems with the
prostate gland such as benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and prostate cancer.

We believe balance is key. For example, it is reported that middle-aged
men who maintain normal testosterone levels appear to be protected against hardening of the arteries. In fact, according
to Dr. Olli T. Raitakari, Finnish researcher from the University of Turku, “Our findings confirm in healthy
middle-aged men that normal testosterone levels are protective against atherosclerosis.”

But how do you maintain
a healthy balance of testosterone levels after age 40 without testosterone therapy? Easy (at least with determination
and will power), the answer is diet (rich in green leafy vegetables, proteins and healthy fats), exercise, high-quality
vitamin/mineral supplements, and adopt a lifestyle of less stress. Yes, it is a staple answer, but one with many

Endocrine Support for Men

Also, Vaxa’s Endocrine For Men, an
all-natural and completely safe blend of male balancing herbs and nutrients offers significant support.

For Men contains hormone precursors such as Pregnenolone, DHEA, amino acids and Dioscurea Macho Stachya (Mexican
Yam). These ingredients and others in this formula support the body’s abilities to naturally: help normalize sexuality,
strengthen sexual function and improve libido; help increase energy levels; help re-balance the male reproductive
system and regulate hormone use; help protect itself from premature aging; and help build muscle mass and strengthen

You can remain the “strong, virile man” you and your significant other have grown accustomed to. Simply
focus on your health and proactive ways to maintain a healthy balance of testosterone levels, naturally. Keep in
mind, “men only get better with age.”

10 Quick Health Tips For Men

  1. Be sure to get recommended screenings.
  2. Don’t ignore symptoms; Don’t be in denial.
  3. Take a supplement to support the prostate gland. Vaxa’s Prostatin+ is
    a homeopathic medicinal specifically formulated for the prostate gland. The ingredients in Prostatin+ have been
    shown to: help reduce swelling and inappropriate enlargement of the prostate and help improve urinary flow and
    bladder control.
  4. Take a supplement that will help you to maintain hormonal balance in order to avoid low testosterone levels or
  5. Cleanse the entire cardiovascular system, including the liver and kidneys of toxins. Vaxa’s TriCardia+ is
    an oral chelation therapy formula; this homeopathic medicinal is designed to detoxify the cardiovascular system,
    liver and kidneys. Oral Chelation is a safe and effective way to cleanse and detoxify your entire cardiovascular
    system of toxic metals and wastes.
  6. Take an antioxidant formula to rid the body of free radicals, caused by cigarette smoke, alcohol consumption,
    saturated fats, pesticides, exhaust fumes, our water sources, household cleaners, and so on. Vaxa’s Anti-Oxin+ is
    one of the most rare and potent proactive antioxidant vitamin formulas available, containing a number of biologically
    active nutritional compounds such as Grape Seed Extract (Activin), Pycnogenol, plus 28 other ingredients.
  7. Don’t drink excessive amounts of alcohol and smoke fewer cigarettes or quit altogether.
  8. Eat a healthy diet. Studies show that men should shoot for 9 servings of vegetables and fruits a day. Reduce
    intake of saturated fats.
  9. Exercise.
  10. Make appropriate life style changes to reduce stress and achieve happiness.

This article courtesy of Dr. Stan Headly and Vaxa Neutraceuticals

Additional Info of Interest to Men

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