Sex Health



This column deals with one of the most important substances in your body, Testosterone. And we are going to talk about the low levels in you. Is your level going down?

"No way," you're thinking. "I'm healthy, strong and have a great sex drive."

Don’t be so sure!

We all have noticed that during stressful periods of our life we feel less energetic, less interested in sex and stop making gains in muscle size. Guess what? Welcome to a life with lower than optimal testosterone.

Fortunately, after a few good meals, extra sleep and less intense workouts you feel like your old self again. But unless you stop aging, eliminate stress and remain disease free, one day lower testosterone levels will not be the exception but the norm. And it goes almost without exception, men with high testosterone levels are the healthiest, fittest and most successful in their endeavors.

We've just reviewed what things you do -- or don't do -- to diminish your testosterone levels. But, let's say you're not all that certain you do suffer from low testosterone. Want a way to get a more accurate idea? Well then, go ahead and take this Quick Male Hormone Assessment

  • Are you over the age of 28?
  • Have you noticed a loss or difficulty in gaining muscle?
  • Have you noticed fat increasing around the waist?
  • Do you have low energy or feel lethargic?
  • Do you have poor recovery from exercise?
  • Do you have trouble concentrating or focusing?
  • Is your sex drive and function on the decline?
  • Do you feel depressed or irritable?
  • Are you under chronic stress?
  • Do you have trouble getting a night of restful sleep?
  • Are you suffering from joint pain?
  • Is there a history of prostate or testicular cancer in your family?
  • Do you suffer from high blood pressure, high cholesterol or diabetes?
  • Do you drink more than 7 alcoholic drinks weekly?
  • Do you take prescription medications?
  • Do you physically train hard more than 4 hours weekly?

How did you do? Did your assessment turn out as well as you hoped? If you answered yes to any of the questions above you may be suffering from low testosterone and a male hormone imbalance. But how do you really know for sure? You need to be tested.

The good news you can do it right in the privacy of your home. And it doesn’t have to involve a long, scary needle or urinating in a cup. Maybe it did once, but not any longer. Now it's actually as easy as testing your saliva. Twenty years of research have proven that the hormones present in your saliva is an accurate representation of the hormones in your bloodstream. In fact, saliva testing provides an even more realistic picture of your hormonal levels than blood or urine.

So, if you do not know your levels of these important hormones, it is highly recommended that you measure them by using the TPE testing kit,our convenient, inexpensive, easy to use at home saliva hormonal test kit.Or if you perfer, ask your physician to test the levels of both total and free testosterone, serum estradiol and DHEA.

You can read all about it by going to Until next time,

©2010, Dr. Williams

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