Boost Testosterone Levels Naturally


The discussion around hormones is largely centered around women, but truthfully men also suffer from HORMONAL IMBALANCE, and it’s much more common than many realize.

In fact, beginning at age 35 a man will experience a decline in testosterone production at a rate of up to 10% loss in production a year.

Signs of low testosterone levels

Men who suffer from low testosterone or HORMONE IMBALANCE may suffer from a variety of:

  • Mental symptoms
  • Physical symptoms
  • Sexual dysfunction symptoms

Conversely, some men with hormone imbalance don’t experience any symptoms at all. To see a more comprehensive list of common signs and symptoms of low testosterone check out THIS PAGE.

Mental symptoms

  • FATIGUE, lethargy, and lack of motivation.
  • Mood swings, anxiety, and depression.
  • Feeling burned out and past your prime.

Physical symptoms

  • Stubborn belly fat, weight gain, and food cravings.
  • Loss of muscle strength.
  • Hair loss.

Sexual dysfunctional symptoms

  • Loss of libido.
  • Inability to achieve or maintain an erection.
  • Prostate discomfort.

If you recognize any of the symptoms above BHRT may be the solution you need! Take a look at OUR CHECKLIST to see if you’re a good candidate.

Complement BHRT with these solutions

To complement BHRT, there are completely natural solutions you can implement to boost your testosterone levels.

1. Eat more dietary fat

This may seem contradictory to those who are trying to stay in shape, but studies have shown that eating the right fats is good and necessary for our bodies.

Foods like olive oil, avocado, egg yolks, and dark chocolate are all good examples.

2. Train correctly

Exercising is important, but there are more effective exercises and tools to use. For example, multijoint exercises like squats, deadlifts, and bench presses, all with free weights are the best option for boosting testosterone.

3. Quality sleep

This can be hard, especially because hormonal imbalances can affect our sleep, but if you skip out on your zzz’s, it’s time to change that.

Craft a daily schedule that allows for a solid 7-9 hours of sleep each night.

4. Reduce stress

We know, it’s easier said than done, but making lifestyle changes to reduce stress is key to overall health.

Long-term stress raises cortisol levels which reduces testosterone. Evaluate your life and remove stress when possible.

5. Take supplements

The right vitamin and mineral supplements can be just what your body needs to start producing natural testosterone levels again.

Lucky for you when you collaborate with an EvexiPEL provider, we will provide a comprehensive approach to your health, which may include a combo of BHRT and SUPPLEMENTS.

We can help

Finding the right combination of hormone treatments, supplements, and lifestyle improvements require an expert.

Let the team at EvexiPEL help you find the balance and restore testosterone levels so that you may live your best life!

Take control of your health today and get to the root cause of your health issues. Find your nearest provider HERE and to learn about becoming a provider, get in touch with us HERE.


*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.

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