Eat Clean and Healthy
We’re living in a world where processed convenience junk food is literally everywhere and it’s no coincidence that worldwide obesity levels are at an all-time high. Eating unhealthy, processed junk food contributes towards weight gain and obesity and studies have revealed that obesity can lead to drastic reductions in testosterone levels within the body. Excess sugars and synthetic sugars have also been found to reduce testosterone levels so be wary of foods rich in sugars.
Perform More Resistance Exercise
Regular physical exercise should become a part of your weekly routine as there are too many health benefits associated with it to list them all. However, if you’re looking to increase your natural testosterone levels, try to do more weight and resistance training when you work out. Studies have revealed that lifting weights for an average of three times per week, could increase your testosterone levels by as much as 20% in as little as just 12 weeks.
Natural Testosterone Boosters
Another very effective way of increasing test levels is to use a natural herbal testosterone boosting supplement that can be purchased from any good health food store. Tribulus terrestris is the most popular and obvious choice and is one of the most popular supplements in the world. Tribulus terrestris is a natural herb that grows in the wild that has been proven to increase testosterone levels in men of all ages, from all walks of life. Do your research before purchasing and only purchase from trusted and reputable suppliers and manufacturers.
Get Enough Sleep
Studies have found that people that get less than seven hours of sleep per night (on average) are far more likely to suffer from lower testosterone levels than those who get more than seven hours of sleep per night. Not only that, but studies have also found that those with regular sleep patterns I.E going to sleep and getting up at roughly the same time every day, are more likely to have higher testosterone levels than those with erratic sleeping patterns. Those that get less than seven hours sleep a night can experience a reduction in testosterone production by as much as 30%, so aim for between 8 and 9 hours a night, by going to bed at roughly the same time every day.