Deficiencies can also lead to other health issues such as heart disease and stroke, just like in men. Most people link cardiovascular disease mainly to males, but more and more women are dying from this than ever before. There are many reasons women have heart issues, but one we know is excess fat stores that develop in postmenopausal in women because of lowering testosterone levels. Having normal testosterone levels in women can keep this from occurring and getting ranges in the correct place is not difficult to do. Lifestyle changes should be considered important enough to commit, but testosterone replacement therapy which can be prescribed by our doctors at “TRT Medical Center ®” ( (800) 305-5204 ) can also help the body maintain its health well into a woman’s 40’s, 50’s, 60’s and beyond!
Hey Ali, what did you do during the period where you were 17-18 to optimize your hormone production? I’m seventeen and I feel like a late bloomer. I’m pretty thin, at 138 lbs, I’m a 5’8 African American, and my shoulders are about 41 inches around. I want to optimize my hormones in order to hit the maximum height for my genetic potential, grower bigger everywhere, develop a more masculine face ( chisleled jawline, wide jaw, course features, etc). Do you have your personal journal in the form of an article anywhere on the site (Kind of new to the site)? Also, I start a strength program. I’m lifting with my schools football team for 30 mins before soccer practice, but soon I will have a gym membership and do starting strength or Greyskull LP.