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Testosterone Levels

Testosterone Levels

A man’s testosterone levels by age will have a large impact upon his health as he grows older throughout his life. If a man does not have enough testosterone in his body, he could experience negative side effects. Testosterone control a man’s health in the following ways:
  • Sexually
  • Physically
  • Emotionally
  • Mentally
Testosterone levels will usually be plentiful during a male’s teen-age years and throughout his 20’s. When a man turns 30, this is commonly when his free testosterone levels will start to decrease. Each year of his life, they will get lower and lower until he may develop a testosterone deficiency. The same goes for women. Although females do not need as much testosterone as males do, she still needs to maintain normal testosterone levels in women for optimal health. With low testosterone levels in men can come possible negative side effects. These issues can range from mild to very serious. When normal testosterone levels in men dip to where they are considered to be too low, a man may lose much of his quality of life. Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT), plus living a healthy lifestyle can help.

Normal Testosterone Levels By Age

Normal testosterone levels by age in men can vary from one clinic to the next. In other words, there is a general consensus amongst professionals that shares what low testosterone levels, normal testosterone levels and high testosterone levels in women and in men should be according to their age. However, this number can be slightly skewed by the kind of population that has been tested in any given TRT clinic in the country. It can also vary due to the following factors:
  • Age
  • Body chemistry
  • Body composition
  • Any health issues
  • Any past medical problems
  • Simple genetics
Below is an example of low, high and healthy testosterone levels in men. Remember that this chart is for reference purposes only and testosterone levels that are slightly out of range, may still be considered healthy depending upon varying factors. Average testosterone levels are the goal; staying within the range that is considered by most experts to give a man or woman the best possible health. Low, high and normal (or healthy) testosterone levels for a man by age:
Age of Man Low range Normal range High range
Age Low Healthy High
Men 30 to 40 219 ng/dL Total: 219 – 1009 ng/dL 1,009 ng/dL
Men 40 to 50 201 ng/dL Total: 201 – 993 ng/dL 993 ng/dL
Men 50 to 60 170 ng/dL Total: 170 – 918 ng/dL 918 ng/dL
Men over 60 156 ng/dL Total: 156 – 700 ng/dL 700 ng/dL
It is important to understand that this chart consists of the numbers given by one single reference. We are only trying to share knowledge of the approximation of where testosterone should be in healthy men. Please do not be alarmed if your levels fall outside of what is considered to be “healthy,” according to this chart. Always get tested by a professional and have your results read by a licensed expert. The chart above generally points out that:
  • Men between the ages of 30 to 40, whose testosterone levels are lower than 219 ng/dL, would be considered to have low testosterone levels. Levels ranging between 219 – 1009 ng/dL, are considered to be healthy. Anything above 1,009 ng/dL is be considered too high.
  • Men between the ages of 40 to 50, whose testosterone levels are lower than 210 ng/dL, would be considered to have low testosterone levels. Levels ranging between 201 – 993 ng/dL, are considered to be healthy. Anything above 993 ng/dL would be considered too high.
  • Men between the ages of 50 to 60, whose testosterone levels are lower than 170 ng/dL, would be considered to have low testosterone levels. Levels ranging between 170 – 918 ng/dL, are considered to be healthy. Anything above 918 ng/dL would be considered too high.
  • Men over 60, whose testosterone levels are lower than 156 ng/dL, would be considered to have low testosterone levels. Levels ranging between 156 – 700 ng/dL, are considered to be healthy. Anything above 700 ng/dL would be considered too high.
Getting blood tested at regular intervals throughout life can help to discover what testosterone levels in women and men are before they become a problem. With healthy lifestyle habits and properly prescribed testosterone replacement therapy, both genders can avoid negative side effects from low T before they start to occur.

Negative Side Effects From Low Testosterone Levels

Testosterone is one of the most important hormones for men and when it gets too low, negative side effects can begin to occur. These issues can vary in severity and will happen at different stages of life for both men and for women. The below list will give you an idea of the problem that can occur with untreated low testosterone levels, or what is also called a testosterone deficiency. Physical:
  • Lethargy
  • Lack of energy
  • Lack of stamina and/or endurance
  • Lowered exercise capacity
  • Weaker bone mineral density
  • Osteoporosis
  • A weaker immune system
  • Slower healing from injury
  • Slower healing from sickness
  • Less resistance to getting sick
  • An unhealthy heart rate
  • Risk for coronary heart problems such as stroke or heart attack
  • Slower metabolism
  • Weight gain
  • Increase in cellulite
  • Sagging or haggard looking skin
  • Wrinkles
  • Crow’s feet
  • Loss of hair or thinning hair
  • Balding
  • Less strength
  • Tiredness or fatigue
  • Lowered sexual libido
  • Less sexual desire
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Hot flashes
  • Night sweats
  • Inability to have sexual fantasies
  • Inability to have an orgasm
  • Memory loss
  • Less ability to concentrate well
  • Inability to focus well
  • Disorientation
  • Mental fogginess
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Agitation
  • Anger
  • Irritability
  • Mood swings
These negative side effects cause by low testosterone levels will not happen to everyone. This list is meant to serve as a reference for what can happen when testosterone is not flowing freely in abundance in the body at any given age. These issues can be resolved or avoided though with good, authentic testosterone medications. TRT must be done with a licensed professional.

How To Increase Testosterone Levels

Learning how to increase testosterone levels can be the difference between allowing low T to take over your life with problems, or, being able to avoid or decrease those problems altogether. The following are ways to naturally increase testosterone levels safely.
  • Eating well
  • Exercising responsibly
  • Sleeping enough hours per evening
  • Keeping stress levels low
  • Never smoking
  • Moderate alcohol consumption if any
  • Testosterone replacement therapy
There are certain foods that when eaten in moderation are considered to be great testosterone boosting choices. These are healthy meals and snacks that have hormone increasing ability without taking medication. Such foods include tuna, salmon, garlic, spinach, oyster, beans, egg yolks and beef. Exercise will increase testosterone levels when heavy lifting is the choice. Working out large muscle groups at one time is considered to be the best way for an incredible boost of the testosterone hormone in the body. When the body is at rest, this is the best time for healing to take place and for hormones to replenish. Experts agree that getting an average of eight hours per sleep per evening is best. Stress is harmful in every way to every part of the body. Keeping yourself free of daily stressors as best as you can is imperative for good health and healthy testosterone production. Practicing yoga, exercising, sex, meditation and other activities you enjoy is a great way to keep stress away. Smoking is toxic and will only decrease or kill testosterone production. Do yourself a favor and stay away from cigarettes and others who smoke as well. Moderate alcohol consumption can be healthy in many ways. When alcohol intake becomes too much, this can be a problem and a reason testosterone depletes. Responsible drinking is not a problem for maintaining healthy testosterone levels. Testosterone replacement therapy can always be added to any and all of the above healthy lifestyle habits for boosting testosterone levels safely. A person must be tested firstly, to make sure that the symptoms he or she is experiencing are from low T. After that, a doctor can diagnose the condition, write a prescription for authentic testosterone and medically supervise a patient over 30 who follows his or her treatment plan as written. For more information about how you can become a part of a clinic that provides TRT and everything necessary for a safe and legal treatment protocol, please reach out to our professionals. You can fill out our online contact form and speak with an advisor quickly. He or she can get you started on become the healthiest version of yourself that you have been in a long time.

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