sleep reduces testosterone

The average person needs 7 to 9 hours of sleep. But in the world of Emergency Medicine, that number is a dream. Emergency Medical workers typically have a 24-hour on-call shift, a time period in which they may sleep but need to be prepared to wake at any time and make life-altering decisions for patients in…

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Insomnia Relief

Insomnia Relief For Individuals With Low Testosterone Insomnia Relief For Individuals With Low Testosterone The link between sleep issues and low testosterone is something to be aware of. Read on for more information on insomnia relief and trt therapy. The recommended amount of sleep for a healthy adult is 7 to 9 hours per night.…

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male hormone imbalance

8 Important Signs You Have A Male Hormone Imbalance 8 Important Signs You Have A Male Hormone Imbalance Feeling tired, anxious or have a diminished sex drive? You might have a male hormone imbalance. Read on for eight important symptoms to pay attention to. Aging is a process that we all go through, men and…

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how long does testosterone take to work

Your first round of testosterone is an important step toward achieving your dream body. But how long does testosterone take to work? Let’s find out! One of the most common questions we receive from patients is: How long does testosterone take to work? Unfortunately, there isn’t really a black and white answer to this question.…

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One of the first symptoms of low testosterone to improve with testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) is fatigue. However, there are times when fatigue is still present even after six weeks of treatment. There are three notorious contributors to fatigue that may not be alleviated by testosterone replacement therapy: adrenal function, thyroid function, and sleep apnea.…

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Testosterone Symptoms: Poor Sleep Affects and Destroys Testosterone Men who sleep less than five hours a night only one week experience significant decreases in testosterone, according to a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). Eve Van Cauter, PhD, study director and professor in medicine, shared, “As research progresses, low sleep duration…

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