Skip to Content
-->

What do you guys think of this study "Single dose testosterone administration impairs cognitive reflection in men" ?

3 replies [Last post]
Offline
Joined: 01/18/2012
__________________

The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away. - William Shakespeare & Pablo Picasso

I go in and I'm crisp, clean and my vocals are fucking coming out like music. - Anonymous MW student

Have you read the "Best Of MW's Forum" threads on Verbal Seduction, Physical Escalation & Sexual Mastery? Begin your education: Best of Manwhore.org/forum:

The ONLY Real "Drills-Based" Seduction Training:

Tap Or Click For More Information

Offline
Joined: 06/23/2016
Hmm

From what i know TRT is not for men under 35 yr old.Joe rogan has some guests on this subject on his podcast.

Offline
Joined: 06/23/2016
Hmm

From what i know TRT is not for men under 35 yr old.Joe rogan has some guests on this subject on his podcast.

Slick88's picture
Offline
Joined: 11/21/2017
It makes sense and i

It makes sense and i certainly think there is some value in the study, but i think many studies involving TRT treatment are very flawed and this has caused a huge misconception in the industry about that treatment. There is a lot of bad info out there about it incerasing stroke, heart attack, you must be 40+ to use it, etc etc. The reality is that it has a bad rep as a lot of men who seek TRT are inherently lazy and unwilling to take their life into their own hands. Typically they have low libido, low energy, iriability, etc, but its actually because of their own choices. They have poor diet, no exercise, dont control stress, excessive drinking...  then they wonder why they have all of the previous symptos listed. When they seek treatment and end up having a heart attack (as they were already well on their way to do prior to TRT treatment) a lot of medical journals blame the TRT and dont take into account the person. 

I think it can be an extremely effective treatment option for men of any age, IF, you are doing everything else properly (and have for a long period of time) but still have very low test levels (280-400). I am only going on this rant because I’ve actually been looking into it a lot as my natural t levels have been very low for a number of years and unless something drastically changes, i could see myself going that route in the next few years