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Low Testosterone and Sleep Quality

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Low Testosterone and How Sleep Is The Culprit

Improve athletes performance and maximize your manhood with proper sleep

Sleep is crucially important for overall health and testosterone production. The majority of your testosterone is being produced while you’re sleeping. Low testosterone can be directly linked to bad sleep quality.

There are many things you can do for free to naturally improve your testosterone, and getting quality sleep is one of them.

Six to eight hours per night seems to be the optimal amount of sleep for most adults, and too much or too little can have adverse effects on your health.

Sleep deprivation is such a chronic condition these days that you might not even realize you suffer from it. Sleep deficit can have serious, far reaching effects on your health. Dr. Mercola of www.Mercola.com reports:

Low Testosterone – Interrupted or impaired sleep can:

  • Dramatically weaken your immune system
  • Accelerate tumor growth—tumors grow two to three times faster in laboratory animals with severe sleep dysfunctions
  • Cause a pre-diabetic state, making you feel hungry even if you’ve already eaten, which can wreak havoc on your weight
  • Seriously impair your memory; even a single night of poor sleep—meaning sleeping only 4 to 6 hours—can impact your ability to think clearly the next day
  • Impair your performance on physical or mental tasks, and decrease your problem solving ability
  • Significantly reduce an athletes performance

When your sleep or circadian rhythms are disrupted, your body produces less melatonin (a hormone AND an antioxidant) and has less ability to fight cancer, since melatonin helps suppress free radicals that can lead to cancer. This is why tumors grow faster when you sleep poorly.

Impaired sleep can also increase stress-related disorders, including:

  • Heart disease
  • Stomach ulcers
  • Constipation
  • Mood disorders like depression

Sleep deprivation prematurely ages you by interfering with your growth hormone production, normally released by your pituitary gland during deep sleep. Your growth hormones are what keep and help you look young, and full of energy.

If you want to improve your quality of life start with improving your sleep quality. Read 7 Tips for Getting a Good Night’s Sleep if you need a little help!

The Question is “how many hours should i sleep?” You should sleep 6-8 hours no less than 6. With this 10:00 PM and 6:00AM

For more information on increasing energy levels, putting on muscle mass, boosting your libido and maximizing your manhood click here and watch the short video series – Super Male Optimizer!

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