How to increase testosterone levels naturally

Tips: Get plenty of sleep, lift weights, have a balanced diet

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Guys, if you have low testosterone, you are not alone.

Over 23 million guys have some form of testosterone or erectile dysfunction issue, according to Male Medical Group.

From the age of 25 to 30, a man's testosterone levels naturally start to decline, according to Healthline.

We have some options to increase testosterone levels naturally.

Get plenty of sleep

According to the Mayo Clinic, the recommended number of hours of sleep an adult should be receiving is seven to nine hours. If you're not getting enough quality sleep, it may have major repercussions on your testosterone levels. 

Getting the proper exercise and nutrition in your system is just as important as having good quality sleep.

Lift weights, regular exercise

Guys, if you aren't a fan of exercising, it's OK. Try to make exercising fun by doing some cardio activities that you enjoy. Maybe you enjoy boxing, biking, walking or running. Try to schedule some time each day for yourself.

According to Healthline, exercise can boost your testosterone. 

Balanced diet

You've probably heard the saying, "You are what you eat," and that's true. If you're not nourishing your body it can take a toll on your testosterone level. 

To have long-term health and a well-balanced diet, aim for whole foods and moderate amounts of fat, protein and carbs. 

If you're interested in seeing a medical professional, Male Medical Group provides hormone replacement therapy and ED treatment services.

For more information, visit malemedicalgroup.com or call 210-361-1203. 


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