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Sleep deficit (cont'd...)However, if you avoid sleep deficit, and if you sleep at least 8 hours per night, you can raise your testosterone levels.
Why? Because testosterone is directly proportional to the amount of sleep you get each night. The more you sleep, the more you increase your testosterone levels. Do you want to increase your testosterone levels? Then turn off your TV as well as computer, go to bed, and SLEEP!
So, what are the causes of ED (erectile dysfunction)? Your chronic sleep deficit is one of the causes of ED (erectile dysfunction).
Testosterone, lowWhat are the causes of ED (erectile dysfunction)? Your low testosterone (hypogonadism) is one of the causes of ED (erectile dysfunction).
There is a mistaken belief that, if you have ED (erectile dysfunction), ALL you need is a "talk" with a doctor.
However, talking with the typical medical doctor is NOT the answer to your ED (erectile dysfunction). Why? Because the typical medical doctor, the glorified drug dealer, is NOT ready for you.
The issue is, if you do spend the big bucks, and do talk with the typical medical doctor, the glorified drug dealer, NOTHING good is going to happen. Typically you're going to get NOTHING for your time and money. The most you receive will be a script for an erection drug, such as Viagra. However, Viagra won't heal you, and won't cure you. It will just temporarily suppress your symptom of ED (erectile dysfunction). Besides, Viagra is just an overpiced drug with many-many side-effects that range from headaches to heart attacks you definitely do not want!
Ideally you want your total testosterone at 1,070 ng/dL (38 nmol/L), where it used to be in your prime, in your early twenties. This is the total testosterone level at which you would reach your prime again.
However, the typical medical doctor just does not get it. If you're able to talk him into prescribing you testosterone, he will probably want you to bring you up to the low-low level (of 270 ng/dL) that is considered "normal" for your age — not up to the (1,070 ng/dL) level that would make you reach your prime again. Therefore the real question is, "How do I find a medical doctor for maintaining my testosterone level at 1,070 ng/dL (38 nmol/L)?
So, what are the causes of ED (erectile dysfunction)? Your low testosterone level is one of the causes of ED (erectile dysfunction). ...More >>
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