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Low T Can Lead To a High Risk of D....as in Death!
Testosterone is the male hormone produced in the testicles and is responsible for your libido or sex drive. The blood level of testosterone can also be a marker for heart disease in men. Low testosterone levels predict worse outcomes in men who already have heart disease.
What isn't clear is whether low testosterone causes or worsens heart disease-and whether testosterone replacement therapy would help prevent heart disease. Testosterone replacement therapy may not reduce the risk of heart disease, however, studies demonstrate that you will feel better if your testosterone level returns to a normal level.
There are a lot of actions that you can take to lower your risk of heart disease: Lose weight, lower your blood pressure, exercise regularly, stop smoking, and lower your cholesterol level. The goal of testosterone replacement should be to approximate, not exceed, normal testosterone levels.
Bottom line: Get your testosterone level checked regularly. If it is low get a cardiac risk profile and start exercising!
Excerpt from journal Heart, October 20, 2010

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