5 Habits That Raise Estrogen In Men!

These are the 5 habits that increase estrogen levels in men. Learn how to avoid them and increase testosterone levels naturally instead. There are some test boosting foods that you should eat to balance your hormones. If you’re trying to lose weight or burn belly fat, but you’re struggling to do so, watch this video because you just might be making one of these 5 mistakes that are preventing you from performing at your best.

#1 Inactivity – 1:37
#2 Not getting enough sleep – 4:18
#3 Alcohol consumption – 6:31
#4 Bad diet habits – 8:09
#5 Constantly stressing yourself out – 11:16

If you’re a man you already know that your testosterone levels are pretty important. So it might be a little scary to learn that testosterone levels are going down at a fast pace for American men. According to the “Massachusetts Male Aging Study” between the year 1987 and 2004 testosterone levels have dropped by about 17 percent, and they’re dropping by about 1.2 percent per year. The observations in this study are also consistent with other long term trends including a decrease in overall sperm quality. Now testosterone and estrogen are supposed to be maintained in the correct balance. But when estrogen levels rise, testosterone levels tend to drop, and same thing vice versa. Having lower testosterone and higher estrogen can lead to a loss of muscle mass, increased body fat especially around your belly and your chest, and it can also lead to hair loss, depression, and even sexual dysfunction. So since these are things that most men want to avoid I want to go over the 5 really bad habits that cause estrogen levels to rise and testosterone levels to drop in men. If you want to increase your testosterone levels naturally you’re definitely going to want to follow along because towards the end I’ll explain how eating what you might think is a healthy diet can actually be lowering your testosterone levels even if your diet is high in healthy fats. The good news is that these 5 habits that I want to go over today are all within your control. Meaning you can change them starting today just by making the decision to do so. So I hope this video inspires you to take action because there are very effective ways to help balance out your hormones naturally. Let’s start with the obvious by identifying one of the worst habits that leads to higher estrogen levels in men and that’s inactivity. So many American men live sedentary lives in which they have jobs that don’t require much physical labor and then when they’re done with work their lack of activity continues at home. Some pretty large and conclusive studies show that people who exercise regularly have higher testosterone levels. Not only does exercise itself help you maintain a better balance between estrogen and testosterone, but it also helps you stay leaner.


Massachusetts Male Aging Study –
Impotence and its medical and psychosocial correlates:

A population-level decline in serum testosterone levels in American men

Secular decline in male reproductive function:

Men That Exercise Have Higher Testosterone Levels:

Exercise May Have More Impact on T-Levels Than Diet

Weight Training Is One Of The Best Natural Ways to Increase T-Levels:

Intense Interval Training Better for Test than Steady State Cardio:

Maximal Effort More Beneficial For Testosterone Levels:

1 Week Of Sleep Deprivation Can Decrease Test By 10 to 15%

Just 1 Night Of Sleep Deprivation Increases Ghrelin Levels

Lack of Sleep and Insulin:

Alcohol’s Effect On Testosterone Levels In Men:

Dietary Fat Is Important For Testosterone Production:

High Dietary Fat Intake vs Moderate dietary fat intake:

Lower carb diets can reduce testosterone levels by increasing cortisol levels

Glucose and the Regulation of Gonadotropin-Releasing hormone

Acute suppression of circulating testosterone levels by cortisol in men

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