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More Health Benefits Of Testosterone Supplements

They call it middle-age spread. This is the increase in bulk particularly around the waist that often comes with middle age. Recent studies indicate that testosterone supplements can help tame this problem. However there are other important health benefits of testosterone supplements for men and women.

According to an article appearing on the American Heart Association website, testosterone supplements may also help patients of heart failure:

Testosterone supplements helped heart failure External link patients breathe better and exercise more, according to research in Circulation Heart Failure, an American Heart Association journal.

Researchers analyzed four randomized clinical trials of patients with moderate to severe chronic heart failure. Patients were given commercial testosterone supplements by injection, patch or gel.

Based on the analysis of these studies, those who received supplemental testosterone scored 50 percent better in a six-minute walking test than those receiving placebo.

Also, in two of the studies, the severity of heart failure as measured by the New York Heart Association classification External link system improved one to two grades in 35 percent of treated patients compared to 9.8 percent of those who didn’t receive the supplements. Researchers noted gains in muscle and skeletal endurance that appeared quickly and lasted for a least one year. See original post

According to the article, none of the patients developed signs of prostate disease, one of the contraindications of testosterone therapy.

One of the effects of aging, particularly around middle age, is a drop in testosterone levels in the body. In fact, this drop begins at around age 30 and continues at the rate of 1 percent per year, according to MayoClinic. The effect of this includes decrease in libido, increase in body fat, and decrease in muscle mass and strength among other things.

The decrease in muscle mass (which negatively impacts metabolism) and increase in body fat is what typically causes of the so-called middle-age spread. Testosterone supplements may be beneficial in stopping or slowing this “spread”.

Middle-aged spread on older men could be banished by taking supplements of testosterone, according to research.

Injections of the male sex hormone can help men lose body weight if taken regularly and over a sustained period of time.

The discovery was made by ‘accident’ by doctors treating men who were receiving hormonal injections for erectile dysfunction.

Injections of testosterone can help men lose body weight if taken regularly and over a sustained period of time

Study: Injections of testosterone can help men lose body weight if taken regularly and over a sustained period of time

Scientists tested a group of 115 testosterone-deficient men with an average age of 61.

The average weight loss was 2.5 stone (35 pounds), according to a study presented to the European Congress on Obesity in Lyon, France, this week.

The participants’ waist circumference, meanwhile, fell from 42inches (107cms) to 38.5inches (98cms). See original post

Of course since the male hormone testosterone is linked to libido in both men and women, this may be perhaps the most interesting benefit of testosterone supplements. However, this does not mean that you should run to purchase these or other prohormone supplements. These things should be taken with the supervision and direction of a healthcare professional.

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