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  • 5). Low Testosterone And Headaches/ Migraines?  By : Pieternel Van Giersbergen
    As a registered nurse I attend many classes, and recently had a small revelation about the relationship between age and the incidence of migraines headaches. Our teacher said that migraines headaches hardly ever appear after the age of 55, and that migraines headaches are related to hormones and hormone change. I found this remarkable, since in my many years in the ER I had in fact seen lots of younger men and women with migraines headacnes, but never older men or women.
    Article Related to: testosterone, progesterone, migraines, headaches, stress

  • 15). Testosterone And Manhood.  By : Pieternel Van Giersbergen
    When I was asked to write about testosterone and manhood, I started to think of the different ages and the influence of testosterone. Testosterone is the hormone responsible for the development of manhood after the child reaches puberty. This influx of hormones has a great psychological influence, essentially turning boys in men. Muscle mass and strength increases, the sex drive develops, the voice deepens, and the man is endowed with the capacity to reproduce.
    Article Related to: testosterone, progesterone, migraines, headaches, stress

  • 21). Andropause and Testosterone  By : Cathy Taylor
    Does male Andropause cause testosterone levels decrease with age? Research tells us that men tend to develop male Andropause more gradually than their female counterpart. Male Andropause can begin as early as the mid-twenties as men begin to lose male hormones including testosterone, thyroid, human growth hormone and DHEA. The aging process begins in earnest because of the loss of hormones.
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