ER and Sports Medicine Doctor Gives Tips on Boosting T

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Improving Your Golf Game

Dr. Ara Suppiah, a sports-medicine specialist who is a consultant for several players on the PGA Tour, was recently featured in a Golf Digest article entitled “Fitness Friday: Is your low testosterone level affecting your driving distance?

Several of the patients at Titan T-Center & Weight Loss enjoy playing golf, and most of them are seeking to improve their game.  While we aren’t sure if raising your testosterone level directly improves your driving distance, it is conceivable that a golfer with low testosterone could be underperforming.

As the Golf Digest article suggests, getting your free testosterone levels is a good place to start, but only after a discussion with your doctor.  At Titan T-Center & Weight Loss, we advise against the screening of all men for low testosterone without symptoms.

Eat & Sleep Well for a Natural Testosterone Boost

If you do have symptoms and indeed test low for testosterone, there are many lifestyle changes to help boost levels naturally.   Several of the items listed in Dr. Suppiah’s 3 month plan three-month game plan for increasing your T count, found at the link above, are likely to increase a man’s T level, especially sleeping well and eating properly.  While others may not necessarily increase your T level, such as natural sunlight exposure, in moderation these are generally safe ways to increase your health.

Contact Your League City, TX and Bay Area Testosterone Therapy Experts

If you have more questions about testosterone therapy or think you may be suffering from Low T, feel free to take our Low T Quiz, book an appointment at our office, or reach out to us at our contact page. We can’t wait to hear from you, and remember to check this blog periodically – we’ll be keeping it up to date with more info on living well for men!

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