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Men and women can be easily distinguished by their physical characteristics. Higher bone mass, muscle growth, and facial hair are more present in men than in women after puberty. Testosterone is the hormone responsible for the development of physical characteristics in males. Produced in the testes and ovaries, the primary responsibility of testosterone is to develop the male reproductive system, both external and internal, during fetal development. Though females can produce testosterone at a low level, it is easily converted to oestradiol, a sex hormone for females.

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What is Testosterone?

Testosterone plays a vital role in men’s health. For a male, having too much or less testosterone is possible, and both have effects on the body. That is why it is encouraged to get your testosterone levels checked for proper treatment. Maintaining a normal amount of this hormone is significant. For adults, a normal level of testosterone in the body facilitates greater production of sperm, decreasing their chances of infertility. It is also responsible for the enhanced sex drive of not just men but also women. On the other hand, a drop in testosterone levels may result in lower sex drive and infertility.
It is also important to the body as it helps in producing blood cells essential for body tissues. Lack of blood cells may result in insufficiency in oxygen supply, which in turn, can cause breathing problems, increased heart rate, and bluish skin.
For adolescents, testosterone is responsible for the physical changes in your body, such as the enlargement of your testes and penis, and the growth of your pubic hair. During puberty, a man also develops muscles and higher bone mass. It is also worth mentioning the existence of peptides, a string of amino acids produced by the body. Testosterone and peptides work hand in hand for efficient muscle building.
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What do Peptides do for men?

Peptides help by increasing the production of testosterone in our body while it reduces the risk of muscle weakening brought by cortisol. Testosterone builds muscles by increasing neurotransmitters while Peptides help the muscles recover. There are also peptide drugs that are clinically approved and readily available for purchase.
While this may sound hoax, but testosterone is also responsible for the changes in behaviors of men and it depends on the level of testosterone they have in their body. A man may develop aggressiveness and dominance due to this hormone. Increased competitiveness and high self-esteem is also noticeable. When engaged in a situation, the level of Testosterone of a man increases just like when they are engaging in sexual activity. On the other hand, low production of testosterone does not just result to sexual inactivity and erectile dysfunction, but also low self esteem and confidence. They also lose the ability to concentrate and motivate on things, and disturbance in sleep resulting to lack of energy.
Understanding how hormones work will explain mostly the changes that happen to our body. The statements above are just some of the innumerable functions of Testosterone. It is also important that it is maintained at a normal rate as it may cause irregularities that may hinder our body to function well.

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