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    Testosterone In Sports

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    concentrated for the most part on stimulants to speed themselves up. In 1935, the male hormone testosterone was initially incorporated. Amid World War II, German fighters were apparently offered testosterone to build their execution and forcefulness on the war zone. In the 1940s testosterone started to be broadly utilized as a part of focused games, however the perils of stacking up on testosterone were not yet clear. In the 1952 Olympics, the Russian weightlifting and wrestling groups ruled those

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    Testosterone Gels

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    Testosterone is a hormone that plays a vital role in men's health. Over time, or through various conditions, the testicular ability to produce testosterone levels declines, or fails, leaving men with lower than optimal testosterone levels. Testosterone gels for men, natural testosterone boosters, injections and patches are available to treat low levels. What Are Testosterone Gels? Testosterone gel is considered a controlled substance and is a topical treatment available by prescription used to

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    Testosterone And Steroids

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    Testosterone is a hormone in both men and women, but in greater extent in the men, testosterone is a chemical compound (C19H28O2) and is responsible for the characteristic of men such as, sexual characteristics/sexual organs, deepening of the voice, and facial and body hair. (Neil Schlager, Jayne Weisblatt, and David E. Newton 2006) Testosterone/Steroids has bodybuilding and masculinizing effect as well as treating a variety of medical conditions, like asthma, the steroid is used in a puffer, they

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    Serum testosterone levels exhibit a circadian variation with peak values in the morning. So, this circadian variation in testosterone levels and the fact that normal ranges for serum testosterone are usually established using morning blood samples, testosterone measurement for the diagnosis of androgen deficiency should be performed in the morning. It has been argued that morning testosterone measurements are not needed in older men in whom the circadian rhythm is blunted. However, a substantial

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    old and young use Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) to increase the testosterone level in different purposes. Different types of TRT exist, such as skin patch, gels, mouth patch, injection, and supplements. Although TRT first developed as a treatment for hypogonadism, people started using TRT to increase their muscle mass, strength, and performance in sports [1]. US Anti-Doping Agent (USADA) banned using synthetic testosterone and any substances that increase testosterone level of athletes.

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    Testosterone in Rodents Essay

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    notoriety of testosterone. Long considered a masculine hormone, testosterone is inextricably coupled in the minds of the public as the hormone that makes men tick. To its effects are attributed all things manly, from muscle and hair growth to aggression to an unwillingness to ask for directions. But what are the true effects of testosterone on the body, and are they different in humans as compared to other

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    Robert Sapolsky’s collection of essays “The Trouble with Testosterone” is a thorough examination of the evolutionary roots of human behavior, by discussing the biology behind it. The book contains eighteen essays that explore this issue. The Stanford neuroscientist is a great writer: he concisely explains his views in each essay and makes it funny and easy for a layman to understand and absorb. He unpacks complex scientific ideas and explains them. The essay that I found most interesting was the

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    Effects of Testosterone on Men and Women Many people often associate testosterone with males, but both genders produce the hormone. Ladies produce it in their adrenal glands and ovaries, while male produce it in their testicles. Apparently, the body of men convert some amount of testosterone to estradiol, which is a female hormone, and the body of women have receptors for the hormone, which reacts the same way as the one in the males’ body. That is the reason why those ladies who want to change

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    Testosterone is a male hormone produced in the testes under the control of the hypothalamus. The hormone is responsible for the development of male physical features and belongs to a group of hormones called androgens which are basically steroid hormones derived from cholesterol. It is required by males for the development sex organs. The production of the hormone peaks at puberty where is secretion triggers increase of penile and testes sizes. It also actuates the deepening of the voice, as well

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    Testosterone Max Essay

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    Testosterone MAX Elite Series Review What is Crazy Mass Testosterone MAX Elite Series? Crazy Mass stands for a line of products which have the ability to boost strength and size by using different key ingredients. Crazy Mass Testosterone MAX Elite Series contains testosterone, also known as the Anabolic Godfather of supplements and bodybuilders across the world use it to boost their strength, size and performance. This product focuses not only on offering strength, lean muscle, energy and

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