“Bright Idea” Boosts Sagging Testosterone FAST
Men, sure you can live without testosterone. But it’s not really livin’ if you know what I mean.
Without adequate testosterone, you can say goodbye to your sex drive and erectile function… and hello to body fat, sleep problems, muscle loss, depression, and more.
Unfortunately, low testosterone is becoming more prevalent. I believe this is because testosterone is just one more victim of the collateral damage caused by modern living.
Fortunately, you can boost your testosterone with this one simple lifestyle fix.
What would you give up to maintain healthy testosterone levels and all the manly benefits that go with it as you get older?
You don’t have to answer that question because you don’t need to sacrifice a single thing.
It’s as simple as heading outdoors and soaking up some sun.
A recent study found that men who spent just 20 to 30 minutes in the sun, two to three times per week, had higher testosterone levels than those who stayed cooped up indoors.
Of course, they did!
Your skin actually converts UVB rays into testosterone.
Here’s how it works:
- When the skin’s p53 gene is exposed to sunlight, it activates the pituitary gland and hypothalamus.
- This prompts your body to increase the production of luteinizing hormone/follicle-stimulating hormone.
- This ultimately triggers testosterone (as well as estradiol and progesterone) production.
While outdoors, the men took part in simple activities like gardening and walking. No doubt this had a positive impact on their hormone levels as well, since exercise is another natural testosterone-booster.
There are many factors that go into maintaining healthy hormone levels as you get older.
Depending on your individual situation, sunlight alone likely won’t solve your testosterone issues.
But every little bit helps.
P.S. More sunlight and exercise are a great start. But for ages, men in Asia have been reaping the benefits of a native Southeast Asia tree that can help improve energy, reduce stress, and (most importantly) boost testosterone levels. I’ve got all the details right here.
“Skin exposure to UVB light induces a skin-brain-gonad axis and sexual behavior,” Cell Reports, VOLUME 36, ISSUE 8, 109579, AUGUST 24, 2021, DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.celrep.2021.109579
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