I live my life on the straight-and-narrow…because when it’s all over, I sure as heck don’t want to head down below.
I don’t know what’s waiting for folks down there, and I have no desire to find out. But from what I’ve heard, ending up in your local hospital is pretty close to a sneak preview of it.
The devil himself couldn’t have created a worse place!
Heck, it’s like everything in there was designed to torture you…from a bed that feels like it was made of nails… to more noise than a rock concert… and a smell so bad you want to gag.
And speaking of gagging, don’t even get me started on the food!
You want to spend as little time there as you possibly can, and new research shows one simple, safe, inexpensive and easy way for men to make sure the only time the enter a hospital is when they’re visiting somebody else.
Gentlemen, all you need to do is boost your testosterone levels.
Simply put, men who get what they need spend more time at home…out and about…and enjoying time with friends and family. They’re in places better than a hospital, which is pretty much ANY place short of prison.
Even getting your license renewed at the DMV is more fun!
If your hormone levels fall and you don’t do anything about it, you can expect to be in and out of the hospital so often that you’ll practically have a standing reservation.
According to the new study, in the 30 days after a hospital admission, 13 percent of men with low testosterone end up right back in. But get those levels treated with hormone therapy, my friend, and your risk drops to less than 10 percent.
The numbers are even better when it comes to emergency visits. Men treated for low testosterone with hormone therapy are about 40 percent less likely to re-enter the ER than men who let it go.
Low hormone levels aren’t just responsible for problems in the bedroom.
You need testosterone for mood, memory, muscle, and more — and your heart practically depends on this stuff. Just last month, a study found men with heart disease and untreated low testosterone are 80 PERCENT more likely to suffer from serious heart problems than men who get treated for it.
The same study found hormone therapy will cut your risk of heart attack, stroke, and even death.
Don’t wait until you’re sick, weak, and already in the hospital before you seek help.
Even if you THINK you feel fine, get yourself tested. If you’re a little older, odds are you’re at least a little on the low side — putting you at risk for heart problems.
A naturopathic medical doctor can test your levels, top you off naturally, and monitor your progress to make sure the treatment is working.