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testosterone moleculeTestosterone is classified within the androgen family of hormones and is responsible for the development of masculine characteristics in all vertebrates. Primarily secreted in the testes and secondarily by the adrenal glands, testosterone controls the development of the male sex organs and is responsible for the emergence of secondary sex characteristics including body and facial hair, deepening of the voice, broadening of shoulders and chest, thickening of bones and increase of muscle mass. Because this hormone is closely linked to the well-being of males, any dip in testosterone levels can bring about massive changes to an individual.

Testosterone deficiency and its effects can be readily observed in older males since the level of hormones in the body gradually declines with age. While somewhat of a decrease in this hormone is to be expected with aging, a dramatic or premature drop in levels can signify a greater problem and possible malfunction of the male absorption system.

Since the physical and psychological identifying characteristics of men are directly linked to testosterone, any deficiency in production or absorption can trigger a significant change in these traits. Gaining weight, experiencing depression and anxiety, bladder and erectile dysfunctions, fatigue and other unpleasant symptoms are all common to testosterone deficiency. Frequent checks of testosterone levels for males over the age of 35 is recommended.

While there exists a number of drug treatments to elevate hormonal levels in severe cases, there are other natural alternatives to help combat this condition as well. Supplements rich in zinc, one of the key elements used by the male reproduction system, can help stimulate the production of testosterone without endangering the rest of the body. Natural formulas, such as those found in semen volumizer pills, contain healthy levels of zinc which help raise testosterone levels and increase the health of your sexual organs.

Posted by PRS
Thursday, June 2nd, 2005


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