Natural solutions for low testosterone in women

Natural solutions for low testosterone in women ,  is it a thing? Certain mineral deficiencies may cause dry, patchy skin and hair loss, and testing   for  those is rather difficult since they are disproportionately stored in the bones. In other words, tests may or may not point to a valid deficiency.

To make the matter worse, those symptoms may be caused by low testosterone. Other symptoms of this condition would include a few or many of the following:

Fatigue, inability to feel truly rested or feeling “wired”
Melasma (dark spots on the skin of the face)
Decreased libido (interest in sex)
Dryness, which causes painful intercourse
Mood Swings, Depression and Low Mood
Weight gain and loss of muscle mass
Inability to cope with pressure
Anxiety, even panic attacks
Difficulty concentrating
Hair loss or dandruf

Recommendations and solutions

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So what can we do about it? Before seeking hormone replacement therapies and chemicals, please research some foods and habits (such as lifting weights) that can help increase testosterone naturally.

Foods: Tuna, oysters, beans (all kinds), oatmeal and honey, which is particularly important as it is rich in nitric oxide – essential ingredient for skin health. Almonds, Brazil nuts, walnuts, and peanuts also increase the production of testosterone.


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Romanian tribulus, epicedium (goat weed), ginseng.
Topical application: Walnut or almond oil can be applied topically to the skin instead of a lotion.

Their alpha lipoid acids will enter the bloodstream just as readily as through digestion, so slather on. These oils make fantastic facial moisturizers too.

Like anything else, please make a commitment to yourself to incorporate these in your dailiness. Keep a journal and take charge of your routine. To your health!

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