Supplementation With Testosterone Pills

Testosterone is a hormone that is produced in the testes for men, and in the ovaries for women. On average, men produce about 7mg of testosterone each day while women only produce about 1/14 this amount. Testosterone is responsible for developing the reproductive organs. It is also what causes men to have a deeper voice, bigger muscles, and facial hair.

Testosterone Pill Uses

Many men and women use testosterone pills to boost their ability to build muscle. Testosterone pills have become one of the most prevalent supplements in the bodybuilding industry. Low testosterone can hinder the ability to build muscle and build strength. However, building muscle is not the only reason people use testosterone pills. Men with low levels of testosterone also tend to have a much lower sex drive. As a result, they may begin supplementing with these pills to boost their testosterone.

When men get older, their testosterone levels will decrease. This can happen as early as age 25 to 30. The first sign of a decrease in testosterone is usually a lower sex drive. If you find yourself with a lower sex drive, you should go get your testosterone levels checked by a doctor.

Other things low testosterone may cause:

  • Bad mood and depression
  • feeling of constant fatigue
  • increase in body fat true due to elevated insulin resistance

Although, there are a variety of different methods used to boost testosterone, many people opt to take the pills because of its ease of use. Swallowing a pill is a very quick process and can be done easily at any time of the day. One of the drawbacks to this method is that the testosterone is cleared from the body in only a few hours time. This means more frequent dosage will need to be taken.

It is important to remember to do your research before purchasing a supplement that claims to boost your testosterone. Many companies claim that their supplement’s ingredients will boost testosterone, but have little science to back up their claims. Some ingredients have no data at all showing an increase in the hormone. Some ingredients do have data, but the study was poorly conducted and taken out of context. So be sure that you do your homework and find out what will be best for you.

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2 comments on “Supplementation With Testosterone Pills

  1. rubu says:

    I am trying to do a cut….So I will be working out 3 days per week. When I calculate BMR do I have to use the adjustment for 3-5 days (moderate) workout. Or should I use Sedentary setting? Except for the workout I put in I am not active at all.

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    • Carter says:

      I recommend you calculate using the sedentary setting. This way you will ensure you are not eating on a calorie surplus. If you feel you are not eating enough calories (too tired and low on energy), then you can tweak it until you get it right.

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