Before moving on to the 9 natural ways to boost your testosterone levels, it is important to understand what testosterone is.
Testosterone is the primary male hormone that is produced by the testicles and is responsible for everything that is ‘manly’ about you.
This hormone plays a massive role in male sexuality and the reproductive system. Testosterone also affects your muscle mass, hair growth, bone density, red blood cell levels as well as your general sense of well-being.
Around the age of 30, most men’s testosterone levels begin to drop, and they continue to drop as the person grows older.
Elements suspected of being responsible for falling testosterone levels include chemical exposures to drugs like statins.
Unfortunately, estrogen, which is the main female hormone begins to increase due to exposures to “estrogen mimicking” elements found in water, food and environmental pollutants.