Scientists studied 1,768 men in Australia to determine the association between testosterone and lung function. According to the journal Clinical Endocrinology, they measured early that morning testosterone levels and did pulmonary function tests on the men, and found testosterone and its metabolite, dihydrotestosterone (DHT), were directly associated with better pulmonary function tests.
The authors concluded, “[Testosterone] may contribute to … better lung function in men.” I have seen many men improve their respiratory status when low testosterone levels are corrected.
Testosterone therapy can be a lifesaving treatment for a man. Maintaining optimal testosterone levels helps prevent heart disease, prostate problems, weak muscles, depression, and anxiety.
Now lung disorders can be added to that list. Bioidentical testosterone is a safe and effective therapy for both men and women.
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