Category Archives: Men’s Health

Tongkat Ali Enhances Free Testosterone in Ageing Men

Tongkat Ali and the Role of Testosterone in male health While testosterone production gradually declines after age 30 there are other factors under our control that further lowers usable testosterone and negatively influences our health. By understanding and treating these we can reduce our biological age as opposed to our chronological age. Common symptoms of … Continue reading Tongkat Ali Enhances Free Testosterone in Ageing Men
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Tongkat Ali, prostate health and estrogen levels in men

The connection between prostate health and rising estrogen levels in men is still poorly understood in modern medicine and thus conventional pharmaceutical treatment is missing the root cause and as a result brings a lot of suffering with medications that further reduce an already declining testosterone level. This creates a viscous circle of male hormonal … Continue reading Tongkat Ali, prostate health and estrogen levels in men
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Male hormonal imbalance and the mid life crisis

It's the classic scenario, a man in his 40's or 50's hits the mid life speed bump and out of the blue buys a sports car or Harley Davidson motorcycle. This is often accompanied by behavioural changes, such as becoming withdrawn and showing signs of depression and irritability. Oftentimes men may start seeking more freedom … Continue reading Male hormonal imbalance and the mid life crisis
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Tongkat Ali for Sports

Tongkat Ali (Eurycoma longifolia) is the KING OF ALL HERBS for sports performance, bodybuilders and athletes. Why? Because it is the only herb that fulfills all the necessary criteria for enhancing testosterone naturally while being completely safe, producing no dependency or withdrawal. How does it achieve this? Firstly, Tongkat Ali does not contain any testosterone! … Continue reading Tongkat Ali for Sports
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Chronic Stress & Adrenal Exhaustion

The Role of Cortisol and Adrenal Fatigue Recovery: Our adrenal glands control our ability to handle stress Long-term stress raises cortisol stress hormone levels which disrupts our hormonal balance and affects blood sugar, blood pressure, libido, sleep etc. If excess cortisol is not brought to normal then we can suffer from metabolic diseases and premature … Continue reading Chronic Stress & Adrenal Exhaustion
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