Lower Testosterone Levels Increase Risk of Early Death in Senior

It’s no secret or surprise that testosterone, insulin growth factor, and DHEA declined with age for both man and women. Researchers has followed the hormone levels of 410 men older than 65 years old and found death rate increased tremendously in fold with 6 years gap. The death rate increased by 47%, 85%, and 129% if more than one type of hormones are respectively lower than other counterpart.


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K Kitchen posted on Tue, 04/01/2014 - 13:03
I have gone deep into testosterone and I think that it is very vital in both men and women. If men don't have naturally high testosterone levels than that is a very bad thing because that basically tells their manhood. Reading this has proven everything I read, testosterone is vital in a man's body.
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