For Men Seeking to Improve Testosterone Levels
Testosterone Levels in Men Predict Mental Capacity
If you're a
guy who wants to remain mentally sharp
into your old age, then don't let your testosterone levels decline. Researchers at the National Institutes on Ageing in Baltimore, Maryland, suggest high serum free testosterone levels appear to correlate with greater mental capacity in older men.
Published in a report in the November issue of the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, these scientists analyzed data on 407 volunteers aged between 51 and 91.
This data was obtained over a 10-year period and the subjects performed neuropsychological tests of verbal and visual memory; mental status; visuomotor scanning and attention; verbal knowledge/language; visuospatial ability and for symptoms of depression. Serum testosterone and free testosterone levels were measured contemporaneously.
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The results were clear; the higher the free testosterone index, the better the cognitive function of the men. Also, men classified as hypogonadal (very low testosterone levels) had significantly lower scores on measures of memory and visuospatial performance and a faster rate of decline in visual memory.
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