Why is Testosterone so Important?


In this article, we discuss:

Everyone has heard of testosterone, we hear the word used all the time.

It’s used in ways to describe men and masculinity. It’s used to describe athletic and indeed sexual prowess.

Some of our favourite celebrities describe testosterone being tantamount to their well-being.

Everyone’s favourite boxer Rocky is quoted as saying:

"Testosterone to me is so important for a sense of well-being when you get older."

Sylvester Stallone

We also have professional athletes like 48 year old (a veteran and still boxing professionally, after turning professional in 1992) former WBO world Heavy Weight Boxing Champion Shannon “The Cannon” Briggs attributing testosterone to mental health:

"A doctor prescribed testosterone for depression and it truly helped me."

Shannon "The Cannon" Briggs

So, What Exactly is Testosterone?

Although it’s thought of as being predominantly a male hormone (and indeed it is and does belong to a class of male hormones called androgens), women also have testosterone. Albeit relatively small quantities that are released into a woman’s bloodstream by the ovaries and adrenal glands (read more by clicking here).

It’s a vital and powerful hormone that has the ability to influence:

In this blog, we’re going to look at just how important and essential testosterone is for the everyday man.

Normal Testosterone Levels

Male’s start producing testosterone on a much bigger scale as they hit puberty, through to adolescence and then peaking as they enter into adulthood. From here it will start to gradually drop each year.

Indeed, after the age of 30, most men will begin to experience a gradual decline in testosterone. More about that a little further on.

What most people are unaware of is that testosterone levels reach their peak around age 18 or 19 before declining throughout the remainder of adulthood.

Standing athlete

Testosterone Declines With Age

As discussed above, testosterone levels are at their absolute peak during adolescence and into early adulthood.

The first signs of an increase in testosterone become apparent during puberty. Physical signs will develop in males and are usually defined with:

  • Deepened voice
  • Shoulders begin to get broader
  • Facial hair and facial structure in general becomes more masculine

A statistic that shocks most people is that testosterone levels decline in males by roughly 1% per year after they’ve hit the relatively young age of 30! 

The chart below demonstrates the typical decline in men at various ages, as you can see – as age progresses, typically testosterone decreases – especially between the ages of 40 – 50.

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Low Testosterone Symptoms

Low levels of testosterone will essentially dampen some of the benefits explained above.

This drop in testosterone levels is sometimes termed hypogonadism, “male menopause” or andropause.

Some of the symptoms that may suggest you are suffering from low testosterone levels include:-

Physically, if you don’t suffer any of the above symptoms, in general will indicate a decent testosterone level, because of your ability to increase muscle mass, your libido and energy levels.

Testosterone is also key to making sure your bones grow and that they stay strong – they’re solid foundations for your vital organs.

Hopefully, if you didn’t realise the important and key roles testosterone plays within your body – now you do. 

You Don't Have to Suffer with Low Testosterone

Nobody wants to continue down a path that makes them feel down, tired, lethargic, having trouble in bed and generally feeling that their best days are behind them.

Our Length & Strength product is a supplement that can help to boost your testosterone level. 

Our formula is made up of 100% natural ingredients. Ingredients that have been used individually for centuries.

Our ingredients will help to elevate both your testosterone and wellbeing, fueling you to enhance your muscle mass, improve your strength, reduce body fat and to an increased libido.

It is not just your age that leads to reduced testosterone levels. In addition to age – the following can also have a negative effect on your testosterone levels:

  • Chronic stress – keep a positive mind people, it is KEY to your well being 
  • Sleep deprivation
  • Over training
  • Extreme weight loss
  • Long term illness

*Length & Strength is not to be used in place of seeking medical advice.


How Our Ingredients Help to Boost Testosterone

1. Organic Honey

Honey contains boron, a mineral that has been linked to high testosterone. Honey is also packed with nitric oxide, which plays a major role in opening up blood vessels that help create erections.

2. Tongkat Ali

According to an article published in the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, properly standardized Tongkat Ali (TA) stimulates the release of free testosterone, improves sex drive, reduces fatigue, and improves well-being.

3. Cynomorium

Sir David Attenborough is cited as suggesting Cynomorium can be used to aid erectile dysfunction and other sexual problems – quite the endorsement! Crusaders also used it to help them recover from their battle wounds.


Hopefully, we have been able to express the importance of testosterone and the positive effects it can have on every day life.

It is also worth stating that the best way to increase your testosterone naturally is by regular, long term resistance training combined with a healthy diet, good nights sleep and a high quality, natural supplement like Length & Strength.

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