Why Low Testosterone is Ruining Society

 

  

Testosterone is the most important hormone in a man's body. It's responsible for muscle mass, bone density and strength, fat distribution and red blood cell production.

Testosterone is also the hormone that makes men... well... men. It's responsible for the deep voice, facial hair, even libido and sexual performance.

Low testosterone can make you feel tired all day long, cause a loss of drive and ambition, decrease your sex drive, cause depression and reduce mental sharpness. In short: losing testosterone will make you feel like crap.

So why is having high testosterone important for a man? Because without it he'd be less likely to meet his potential as an athlete or businessperson, as well as less likely to succeed at life in general

The prevalence of low testosterone (known as hypogonadism) has been increasing in men over the past few decades. This is largely due to our increasingly sedentary lifestyles, poor diets, estrogen found in our plastics, and much more. 

If you suffer from any of the following symptoms, it may be time to get your testosterone levels checked:

  • Decreased sex drive
  • Loss of muscle mass
  • Erectile dysfunction (ED) or low libido
  • Fatigue and lack of energy
  • Poor sleep quality
  • Irritability or depression

 

 

So what happens when you have less testosterone? Well it makes you more docile, less aggressive and less dominant. These are traits that make it easier for the government to control you. When you have higher levels of testosterone, you are more likely to challenge authority or question authority.

You're also less likely to fall into line with whatever the current trend is in society (e.g., feminism). The government wants people who are easy to control — people with low testosterone levels who will do what they're told without questioning it too much or asking too many questions about it (or even worse — challenging authority). 

This creates an environment where people are not able to make their own choices, but instead rely on the decisions of others. This leads to stagnation, a lack of innovation, and it leaves us vulnerable to tyrants who want power for their own ends

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