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Hormone and Heart - The 2 Main Health Concerns for Men over 40s

Staying healthy continuously will be a challenge, especially for men over 40. For men, midlife is a time of getting mindful of one's health, and proactively taking effective changes in their lifestyles to lessen the risk of contracting to have aging-related diseases. After 40, low testosterone hormone levels and heart diseases are the two most concerning healthy conditions for men.

Testosterone Hormone & Men

Commonly referred to as the "male hormone’, Testosterone is the main hormone present in men. Starting from puberty, Testosterone impacts a variety of different physical and behavioural characteristics in men, including increasing energy levels, controlling the sex drive and influencing competitiveness.

Normal levels of testosterone in men range from 300 to 950 ng/dl, with male testosterone levels peaking in the late teens or early ’20s. After the age of 30, the average man can expect to see the hormone levels decline by 1% each year with some may see a faster decline and start to notice symptoms of low testosterone by the age of 40.

Most men with low testosterone will initially start to notice a general decline in their Physical energy, Stamina, Strength, Concentration and motivation. While other indicators of low testosterone in men can include:

  • Weight gain

  • Reduced libido

  • Erectile dysfunction

  • Osteoporosis

  • Insomnia

  • Development of cardiovascular diseases

The study shows a strong relationship between Testosterones and Heart health. An optimal active testosterone level minimizes several important risk factors for heart attack, including Reducing cholesterol and triglycerides, Reducing blood glucose levels, Decreasing visceral fat mass, and Normalizing blood clotting.

Healthy Heart & Men

Heart disease is a real and prevalent risk, especially for men over 40. The minute one crosses the threshold into the 40s, the risk of developing heart disease becomes entirely too real. In fact, men aged 40 to 59 represent 6% of the people who have heart disease, - a big jump from less than 1% compared to their 20s and 30s.

Cardiovascular disease risk factors that were present (or not) in that early 40s age group were “highly predictive” of what kind of health one had at ages 65, 75 and 85. Those with no major risk factors lived longer, lived more years without heart disease or other chronic illnesses, and eventually saved money on health care in their later years.



Testofen®, made from the extraction of a special Trigonella foenum-graecum (fenugreek) seed, helps to reduce the symptoms of Low T by increasing the level of the body’s active testosterone.

Testofen® is not a hormone, and it works naturally by releasing the body's protein-bounded testosterone (non-active) so that more active testosterone can start to work effectively in the body. Only active testosterone can provide beneficial effects to your body and let you feel more alert and energized, without the undesirable side effects.

In just 8 weeks, taking Testofen® together with a regular resistance exercise was reported to help increase active testosterone levels, which provide direct benefits of increasing muscle mass, power & strength, strengthening lean muscles and improving men’s vitality.

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