A healthy lifestyle, like the term suggests, will improve and
promote your health, not just for now, but for your longevity.
Managing your health affects your heart and cardiovascular
system, improves diabetes and blood sugars, balances your immune
and hormonal systems, keeps your bones strong and maybe even
will even prevent Alzheimer's disease.
Lifestyle factors (both good and bad) will directly affect
testosterone levels too, mostly via testosterone production.
Let's look at some areas of lifestyle, which are important to
testosterone and in your control to manage.
Sex For Life by David Saul, M.D. Copyright © 1999. No part
of this excerpt may be reproduced or reprinted without
permission in writing from the author.
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