Testosterone Helps You Sleep Better
Get Better Sleep
Men with poor sleeping habits and a sedentary lifestyle are more likely to suffer from hypogonadism aka Man-opause at an earlier age than men who are active and get enough deep, regenerative sleep each night. During your deep slow-wave sleep cycles your body boosts your natural secretion of human growth hormone (HGH) to repair itself. If your testosterone is low, it may be preventing you from getting
enough of this quality sleep each night. There is also evidence that suggests the reverse concept that poor sleeping habits can lead to low testosterone. Either way you look at it, this is an important health issue that needs to be addressed before it turns into an even bigger health complication. Speak with your hormone specialist to see if testosterone replacement therapy could be the answer to help
your body get back on track to being healthy again.
Human Growth Hormone (HGH)
Don’t feel rested when you wake up? There are reports in peer-reviewed medical journals that show growth hormone therapy (Sermorelin) has a proven effect on the brain to promote slow wave sleep aka deep sleep. Slow wave sleep is considered important because it is when the brain secretes the majority of your growth hormone, recovers from daily activities and consolidates new
memories. Most important of all, getting more slow wave sleep (deep sleep) will allow you to wake up feeling refreshed and rested each day.