How to increase endogenous testosterone levels at home

Beautiful passionate young couple hugging on the bed at home.

This is a way of naturally increasing T without needing Big Pharma treatments

—-Important Message—-

Use this easy but unusual sexual lens method to get your wife or girlfriend initiating sex (no matter how long it’s been)

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With just a touch, you can excite her enough to make her want you right then and there… 

She will be fantasizing about you taking her upstairs, or bending her over the couch… 

And you barely have to do a thing… the sexual lens method does it all… 

You can go from having sex rarely or never… to doing it 3-5 times a week… 

…even if she’s told you she’s “done” with sex or not been interested in doing it in a while… 

Here’s how to use the sexual lens method to get your wife or girlfriend initiating sex for a change


How to increase endogenous testosterone levels at home

Are there benefits from red light exposure to the gonads to increase testosterone levels?

Can red light increase libido and sexual function in men?

Interestingly enough, despite the incredible gold rush of red light research over the past decade, these research questions have been somewhat neglected.

There are, of course, anecdotal reports of men shining red light on their private parts and experiencing higher testosterone levels

…but it hasn’t been clearly supported by much scientific evidence, at least in humans. 

Considering the very severe problems of inadequate libido and infertility…

…even in relatively young men, the possibilities of red light therapy are tantalizing.

Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT), as popular as it currently is, is not a safe nor intelligent approach towards increasing testosterone levels. 

It uses far too much testosterone, which then gets converted to estrogen, causing a host of other problems.

Aromatase inhibitors complicate things further, as they cannot selectively suppress estrogen alone. 

Red light therapy offers the possibility of increasing endogenous testosterone levels, at home, with none of the pitfalls of TRT.

Several studies have tackled related angles in rat/mouse models, but there hasn’t been much in terms of a specific focus on testosterone levels. 

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However, this (relatively older) 2013 study is more directly applicable for self-experimentation by men, as its results show:

“Our results showed that the rate of tissue penetration was significantly higher in the 808 nm wavelength group as compared with the 670 nm wavelength group (P<0.05); serum T level was not significantly higher in the experimental groups as compared with the control group; but serum T level was significantly elevated in the 670 nm wavelength group on day 4. Thus the LLLT using a 670-nm diode laser was effective in increasing serum T level without causing any visible histopathological side effects.” -Ahn et al. (2013)

This is so clear, precise, and useful because it identifies a simple and economical way for men to counteract the effects of age and stress-related decline in testosterone levels. 

Of course, these results were found on rats, but really, we’re very close to rats in many ways.

And more recent papers have found positive effects on closely related aspects like sexual function and libido in men.

Moreover, 670nm is the most popular light frequency for red light therapy devices, and is readily available.

The general, safe therapeutic dose for most applications with red light therapy is just a few minutes daily, at a distance of 6 to 12 inches. 

As little as 2 to 3 minutes of direct exposure with 670nm red light to the general genital area is very safe, and should provide long-lasting increases in serum testosterone. 

Just remember: less is more!

—-Important Message for Men Who Want High Testosterone—-

90% of men are suffering from the testosterone leak — here’s how to stop it

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There’s a good chance you’ve got a testosterone leak too… 

It kills a man’s sex drive, erections quality, and decimates his confidence. 

It even lowers his life expectancy.

And even worse: it keeps women from sleeping with you.

Here’s how to stop the testosterone leak and naturally keep high T without ever needing Big Pharma treatments


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.


Ahn et al. (2013). The effects of low level laser therapy (LLLT) on the testis in elevating serum testosterone level in rats. Biomedical research 24(1):28-32