Everywhere you turn these days there seems to be more information on low testosterone. Is there a way to raise your levels once they dip? There sure are! Today we’re going to break down how I recently increased my testosterone. As always, I’m Uncle B — your sexual performance coach with over 20 years of experience here to help you get your game up! Let’s get started.
When I got my testosterone checked, I scored a 398 — kinda on the low side of the spectrum, honestly. Now, at this particular time point, I wasn’t taking the best care of myself. It was a transitional period and the foods I was eating, the minimal sleep I was getting, and the care I was giving my body would probably rank a 4 on a scale from 1 – 10. Not good! I was snacking, going out to dinner more often than usual, eating more meat than I typically do, and more. Plus — I was stressed. And I might’ve picked up a little bit of a bad habit — having a nightly cocktail.
All of these behaviors were contributing to that 398 testosterone score. I knew I needed to get back on my grind — so I did! I stocked my fridge and pantry with whole foods and vegetables. I decided that for 2020 my New Year’s Resolution would be to switch my diet to one that’s comprised of 80% whole food choices and 20% vegan choices and that I’d up the number of days I spend intermittent fasting to about 3 or 4 a week! Additionally, I added some new high-intensity interval training to my workout routine and made sure I kicked that alcohol habit and started clocking enough hours of rest. The results? That 398 jumped all the way to a 502! And — let me tell you — I could feel the difference in energy. I am way less anxious, I feel happier and confident. Physically, I feel lighter and my sexual performance improved, too! Now, my goal is to get to 900 so I can feel even better!
Now, remember — this is what worked for me. You can tailor this method to fit your needs. At the end of the day, your body will enjoy these lifestyle changes — it’s your mind that needs to get with the program! To help myself over that mental hurdle, I turned it into a game.
I call this game The 25 Test where I score my daily habits in 5 different areas of my life — eating, sleeping, working out, intermittent fasting, and de-stressing — with each area eligible for a maximum of 5 points for a total of 25. I simply keep a calendar and write out my choices for the day, then score it and tally up my points before bed. Did I get 7-8 hours of sleep? That’s 5 points! Stick to my 80/20 diet rule? That’s another easy 5 points. Did I workout? Add another 5 points! Once you’ve tallied up the numbers, you can take a look at where you stand with your testosterone levels.
If you score 0-5 points for the whole day? That means you’re on a downward spiral for your T levels! If you’re at a 10 then you’re maintaining a very low level that will eventually start to trend downward. 15 points for the day? Alright, now you’re onto some upward growth, that’s great news! 20-25 points? That’s where you’re in the zone.
Hopefully, this breakdown has given you insight into how YOU can raise your testosterone levels, too! Have any questions? Feel free to reach out — I’m always here to help! And don’t forget about my webinar series called How to Get Harder Erections Naturally where I’ll go over the best methods for improving your sexual health without any pills, devices, or procedures. Find the registration information below!
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