Lowered testosterone levels at midlife won’t only impact your body composition (higher body fat, less muscle mass), but your cognition, energy levels and make you more susceptible to anxiety and stress.
The good news is there are natural ways to give your T-levels a boost. Here are three tips to get started:
– Resistance training: Strength training with weights or bodyweight exercises can help increase testosterone production – focus on compound moves that involve multiple joints and muscles (squat, bench press, etc)
– Balanced diet: Eating a balanced diet that includes healthy fats, protein, and plenty of fruits and vegetables can support hormone production. Cut back on sugar which can be impact hormones.
– Manage stress: Chronic stress can negatively impact testosterone levels. Incorporating stress-reducing activities like yoga or meditation can help keep your hormones in check.
Don’t neglect working on your mindset as well, look at finding gratitude, developing a more positive world view and taking more calculated risks to build confidence.
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