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Matt Cook here, and did you know the brain is a big producer of hormones in the male body?

The brain makes testosterone and DHEA, just as the testes do…and it pays to INCREASE brain-produced hormones…

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Most people don’t know that the brain is a very important producer of hormones.

It makes vast amounts of various different hormones 24 hours per day.

Obviously, these hormones can have an effect on our mood and how we think about the world.

But these hormones also play a part in the health of the brain.

For example, PTSD and traumatic brain injury are characterized by decreases in these protective brain hormones.

These hormones also have a massive role in anxiety.

You can supplement these hormones or their precursors.

But research has shown that caffeine is very effective at boosting them.

This may be partly why coffee can have a calming effect on many people – and why coffee drinkers have better brain health.

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These animal experiments were carried out at the Department of Psychiatry at University of California, San Diego. The paper was published in Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior.

The research looked at the effect of caffeine, the stimulating compound in tea and coffee…

…on the levels of “neuroactive steroids” in the brain of rodents.

Neuroactive steroids are a group of hormones which are produced in the brain.

These include pregnenolone, progesterone, and allopregnanolone.

Progesterone and pregnenolone are protective hormones which are found all throughout the body.

These hormones help us to recover more fully from injury and sickness. These hormones help us to deal with any type of stress – including psychological stress.

Allopregnanolone is primarily active in the brain – it’s made from the other 2 hormones.

Low levels of allopregnanolone are shown to cause anxiety and eating disorders.

So these are extremely important hormones associated with good mental health and the ability to recover from insults.

To look at the effect of caffeine on these hormones, researchers injected rats with different doses of caffeine.

“The effects of caffeine, a naturally occurring stimulant, on the brain and plasma concentrations of neuroactive steroids were examined in the rat.”

Then they looked for any differences in the levels of these hormones in the brains of the animals.

The researchers found that caffeine increases all of these protective hormones in the brain.

“Caffeine induced dose- and time-dependent increases in the concentrations of pregnenolone, progesterone, and allopregnanolone in the cerebral cortex.”

These hormones started to increase 15 minutes after taking caffeine.

The peak effects were felt after about an hour – and then subsided rapidly.

The increase in protective neurosteroids are seen at doses of caffeine roughly equivalent to that found in a strong cup of coffee.

Greater increases in these hormones are seen at higher doses of caffeine too.

The researchers found that caffeine boosted these protective hormones all throughout the body – not just in the brain.

“Caffeine also increases the plasma concentrations of these hormones with a dose-response relation similar to that observed in the brain.”

In recent years, these hormones have become more common objects of medical research.

Some recent studies are shown that supplementing these hormones can help with tricky problems like PTSD and even traumatic brain injury.

Caffeine (preferably from coffee) is a great way to naturally increase your brain’s protective hormones.

The added benefit is that these brain hormones make you feel calm and focused.

One last thing…

Increasing these hormones has a knock-on effect on other hormones

They can increase masculinizing testosterone – and amplify the body’s response to this androgen.

At the same time they work against cortisol – the enemy of testosterone.

The only thing you need to be careful of is that you eat enough with your coffee or caffeine – otherwise you can get a stress response.

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What is the natural remedy for depression and anxiety/?

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I remember the days I wasn’t drinking much coffee and those days I used to think my afternoon slumps and persistent low mood were just part of life.

But when I started paying closer attention to my caffeine intake, I noticed a remarkable improvement in my mood and energy levels.

Now I drink anywhere between 3-5 cups of coffee a day and I’ve never felt better in my life… and I’m in my 60s…

No low mood… no anxiety… no depression…


Soon, I began to think about how there are natural substances that can work for men who are depressed or anxious.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
Caffeine-induced increases in the brain and plasma concentrations of neuroactive steroids in the rathttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/10837842/