[checklist icon=”fa-child” iconcolor=”” circle=”” circlecolor=”” size=”19px” class=”” id=””][li_item icon=””]Intense physical such as frequent sexual intercourse, long distance running, and other strenuous activities use greater amounts of testosterone and can deplete androgen levels in men. Intense emotional stress blocks the release of LH and testosterone secretion as LH is the main endogenous stimulator of this production. Positive emotions such as happiness and sexual pleasure may temporarily increase testosterone in young individuals. Foods high in protein or saturated fat, increase testosterone production, but sweets and high cereal fiber diet can reduce testosterone levels.[/li_item][/checklist]

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