Do these testosterone supplements really work?
Are you one of the many people who have asked this very question?
Well I must admit I did and I actually tested several of them which is why I must disagree with the conclusion of the article that just appeared in the Los Angeles Times about the study on this subject.
Below the excerpt I will give you a link to one of the supplements that definitely boost my libido when I tried it recently so maybe you’ll want to try it for yourself
For men on testosterone therapy, some good news and bad
New research offers both reassurance and disappointing news to men who take testosterone supplements to improve their energy levels, libido and general health: The popular therapy does not appear to hasten progression of cardiovascular disease; neither, however, does it appear to improve sexual function or overall health-related quality of life.
The new trial results counter the findings of a welter of recent studies that has linked testosterone supplementation to an increased risk of heart attacks and strokes.
At the same time, they suggest that the roughly 3% of American men over 40 taking prescription testosterone supplements may be getting little benefit for the $1.6 billion spent annually on those treatments. Over the study’s three-year span, men taking testosterone reported no greater sense of well-being, nor better erectile or ejaculatory function, sexual desire or partner intimacy, than did those getting a placebo.
Reported Tuesday in JAMA, the clinical trial looked for changes in two measures of cardiovascular disease risk – coronary artery calcium levels and narrowing of the carotid artery that supplies oxygenated blood to the brain. Over three years, researchers at three centers in the U.S. made those measurements in men 60 years or older taking testosterone and a similar group of men who received packets of placebo gel.
All the men had low- or low-normal testosterone levels. For those taking the real thing, the study investigators sought to establish and maintain levels of circulating testosterone to those typical of young men…