WARNING: Stress & Anxiety Cause Low Testosterone & Accelerated Aging

Today I want to write a article about one of the major causes that LOWERS testosterone in the first place and that’s stress, worry and anxiety. As a reminder, optimal testosterone levels have both physical AND psychological / emotional benefits. In fact ...


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I’ve writen lot of articles about how to increase your testosterone levels, so you can look and feel younger. So you can have higher libido, fix erectile problems, gain more muscle, lose fat and have higher energy levels.

Anxiety Cause Low Testosterone

However, today I want to write a article about one of the major causes that LOWERS testosterone in the first place and that’s stress, worry and anxiety.

Stress = Low Testosterone

As a reminder, optimal testosterone levels have both physical AND psychological / emotional benefits.

In fact, one of the best “anti-depressants” in this world, is having higher testosterone levels.

And there’s a lot of new evidence showing how testosterone and anxiety interact with each other1,2… Specifically, they work in opposing ways.

Interestingly, this also affects women in the same way.3

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It’s All About Your Hormones

To simplify everything and get right to the point,… when you have anxiety, or a panic attack… or you’re worrying a lot,… a lot of negative changes happen to your body – many having to do with your hormones, various chemicals and neurotransmitters.

When your stress hormone cortisol goes up, your testosterone levels drop.4

This is because nature thinks you must being dealing with a lot of problems and this is NOT the time for you to procreate and have a baby. So, it shuts down your testosterone levels.

As your testosterone drops, your estrogen RATIO becomes more dominant. Thus, estrogen starts to take over… This further causes you more anxiety and “moodiness”.4,5

Dopamine Drops Too

With anxiety and stress, your neurotransmitter Dopamine drops! …This causes a drop in your libido and will also cause an increase in your female hormone, prolactin. Which FURTHER drops your testosterone levels.6-8

Lower Serotonin

Also, anxiety and stress, cause more adrenal production and that lowers another neurotransmitter called, serotonin.9,10 Which causes depression and panic attacks, which just makes this entire process much worse.

Sleep Problems

And finally, stress and anxiety causes sleep problems and we all know how important sleep is for testosterone products, growth hormone release and just overall health.

Accelerated Aging

And all of these negative changes accelerates aging!

So what’s the point?… You need to BETTER manage your “state” of mind. Your THOUGHTS. Your BODY.

The Secret Is HOW You React

Now, you can’t always manage or eliminate stress. That’s just crazy and impossible.

However, you can and MUST manage how you REACT to stressful situations.

Your MIND is extremely powerful and what you focus on, expands. What you think about more, you’ll FEEL more.

So, don’t watch it just yet. … Because I want you to do yourself a big favor…

One of the biggest reasons people have CHRONIC stress, worry and anxiety is that they mistakenly spend the majority of their time focusing on the PROBLEM… the “stressful” situation.

What You Focus On Expands

What you focus on expands and gets bigger. So if you’re spending time always focusing on the problem and having “negative dialog” in your head – your body is constantly going to feel stressed and anxious.

Instead, you need to spend your time on the SOLUTION!

I’m not saying pretend nothing bad has happened. Just don’t dwell on it. It’s not going to fix anything, right?

Most people make problems worse than they really are.

I’m telling you to just see it as it really is – a temporary setback, which is a part of life.

What’s interesting is that children freak out over the smallest things. The toy breaks and they think it’s the end of the world. They don’t know any better. They don’t know that they can just fix the toy or get a new one.

Do What Children Do

However, what’s really important is that children let things go quickly. While we adults, don’t!

So as an adult, you have no reason to freak out when something bad happens because you know that “this too shall pass” and you’ve dealt with problems in the past and you always got through it, right?

However, like a child, you need to learn to let go and move “onward and upward”.

It’s all a state of mind.

Then, do something physical because “motion, creates emotion” and that will improve your hormones.

Take Herbs, Vitamins & Minerals

And finally, you can take special herbs, vitamins and minerals during times of stress and anxiety, which will almost immediately rebalance your hormones back to optimal levels.

Fastest & Easiest Solution For
Improving Your Mood,
Reducing Anxiety & Depression

There are lots of ways for reducing “stressful emotions”diet, exercise and “mental outlook” being important factors. Unfortunately, they take time and most people are either NOT patient or need faster results, with less effort…

On the other hand, prescription drugs work “fast”, but they’re very addictive and have lots of negative side-effects.

However, the good news is that “nature” already has natural solutions that work fast, are safe and proven effective!

If this is something you’re also interested in, you can easily copy this “perfect formula”, implement it and start seeing and feeling results within days


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  10. http://www.biologicalpsychiatryjournal.com/article/S0006-3223%2814%2900709-4/abstract