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This 1 thing doubles your chances of heart attack or stroke
Men who think about testosterone normally fall into 1 of 2 camps…
Those who believe that higher testosterone is good for your health…
…and those who believe that testosterone can cause problems like prostate cancer.
I am firmly in the former.
Testosterone really only becomes a problem when you have super high levels and it becomes converted into excess estrogen.
This can happen when supplementing unwise levels of exogenous testosterone – testosterone from outside your body.
But other than that testosterone has wide ranging positive beneficial effects.
1 study found that men with higher levels of testosterone were 30% less likely to suffer cardiovascular events over the next few years.
These men were in their 70s, and the reduction held true even for men with existing cardiovascular conditions and high cardiovascular risk factors at the outset.
The human research was carried out at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden. The paper was published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.
“We tested the hypothesis that serum total testosterone and sex hormone-binding globulin levels predict cardiovascular events in community-dwelling elderly men.”
The researchers were interested in the relationship between testosterone and sex hormone binding globulin in the risk of cardiovascular events in older men.
Sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG) is a protein which helps to transport testosterone around the body.
“Low serum testosterone is associated with increased adiposity, an adverse metabolic risk profile, and atherosclerosis.”
Although low testosterone is clearly a causal factor in metabolic diseases which lead to cardiovascular deaths…
Prior to this study there was little research on the link between natural levels of testosterone and cardiovascular events.
“However, few prospective studies have demonstrated a protective link between endogenous testosterone and cardiovascular events.”
The researchers tested testosterone levels in over 2,000 men.
These men were between the ages of 69 and 81 and took part in a Swedish study primarily looking at the risk of osteoporosis.
The researchers also had access to health records of all of these men, and all of their cardiovascular data was included in this.
“Cardiovascular clinical outcomes were obtained from central Swedish registers.”
About 1 in 5 men had a major cardiovascular problem over the 5 years after their testosterone levels were tested.
“During a median 5-year follow-up, 485 cardiovascular events occurred.”
The study showed that higher testosterone levels were linked to a lower risk of cardiovascular problems.
“Both total testosterone and SHBG levels were inversely associated with the risk of cardiovascular events.”
Men in their 70s who were in the top 25% for testosterone were 30% LESS likely to have major cardiovascular events over the next 5 years.
“Men in the highest quartile of testosterone had a lower risk of cardiovascular events compared with men in the 3 lower quartiles (hazard ratio: 0.70).”
The reduction in cardiovascular problems in high-testosterone men didn’t change…
Even when the researchers took into account existing cardiovascular disease at the outset, or known cardiovascular disease risk factors.
“This association remained after adjustment for traditional cardiovascular risk factors and was not materially changed in analyses excluding men with known cardiovascular disease at baseline.”
The study also seems to indicate that it is testosterone, and not SHBG, which plays a role in protecting against cardiovascular problems.
“In models that included both testosterone and SHBG, testosterone but not SHBG predicted cardiovascular risk.”
The researcher is pretty clear – older men who have higher testosterone levels are much less likely to have major cardiovascular events over the next few years.
“High serum testosterone predicted a reduced 5-year risk of cardiovascular events in elderly men.”
There are many diet and lifestyle hacks which can increase testosterone levels – usually a combination of these can have profound effects.
Some men need supplemental testosterone to bring their levels up.
This needs to be supervised properly to make sure that estrogen levels do not also become elevated.
—-Important Message About Raising T—-
Protecting your heart when you are exercising or having sex
I pop this in my mouth for a T boost within minutes…and this is highly heart protective…
Why does it work so fast? How is this even possible?
What is it that makes it possible for a man’s T to skyrocket when he pops this in his mouth before exercise or before sex?
Here they are so you can eat them when you want a T boost