For a grown man, a normal total testosterone level is considered to be between 300 ng/dl and 1,050 ng/dl. If the testosterone level is low then cause several health problems like erectile dysfunction, infertility, fatigue and sleep problems.\n
Testosterone is a hormone that your body needs in order to function properly, and for your body to carry out several of its tasks.
Having too little testosterone will cause several health problems. Such as erectile dysfunction, infertility, fatigue and sleep problems. And many more.
And chances are – your testosterone levels are far from optimal. Particularly if you live a normal city-life.
These are the 12 actions you can take to increase you testosterone levels:
1. Eat Smart – Give Your Body All The Nutrients It Needs
2. Exercise Regularly And Be Active As Much As You Can
3. Loose Excess Body Fat
4. Sleep Well And Sleep Long
5. Don’t Stress
6. Get Adequate Sun Exposure
7. Stop (Or Reduce) Alcohol Intake
8. Avoid Pollution
9. Use Non-Toxic Personal Care And Cleaning Products
10. Avoid Certain Medications
11. Have Frequent Sex (But Don’t Come Too Often)
12. Take Testosterone Boosting Supplements
Testosterone is the primary male sex hormone. It belongs to the group of androgens, which is the group containing all the hormones that regulate the development and maintenance of male characteristics.
Both men and women have testosterone, but men have approximately 10 times more of it. For women, the primary sex hormone is estrogen.
Testosterone is also what is called an anabolic steroid. Which means that when testosterone enters androgen receptors in muscle tissue or bones, it promotes creation and growth of muscles and bones.
For a grown man, a normal total testosterone level is considered to be between 300 ng/dl and 1,050 ng/dl (ng/dl = monograms testosterone per deciliter blood).
A normal free testosterone level is generally considered to be be between 5 ng/dL and 21 ng/dL.
These are the numbers set by the medical industry.
Did you notice the huge range of what is considered normal?
If your first thought was something like: ‘Well, this wide range should probably catch just about anyone‘, I’ll give you a point for smart thinking.
As can be seen from the chart, total and free testosterone normally decreases as we age. You will also see that testosterone levels are above 500 ng/dl for most age groups.