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How Your Brain Affects T Levels

Your mind is more powerful than you think. It may sound far-fetched, but your testosterone is affected by many psychological factors -- including how you feel about yourself.

According to a study at Harvard University, 42 men imagined winning a speed-based contest against an opponent. Researchers found that the more the men believed in their success, the higher their T levels rose. (1)

For a short-term boost -- whether before a competition, working out, or even playing with the grandkids -- try positive self-talk. You can imagine winning the contest, or just telling yourself, "I am great at this activity." Anticipating your success can boost your testosterone and lead to a short-term athletic and mental advantage. (2)

For a long-term boost, continue a healthy diet low in sugar, get moderate exercise, and take Andro400 daily. Studies show the natural herb in Andro400 increases testosterone in the long run, so the next time you need energy and focus, you will have all your bases covered! (3)

For more information on the vital health benefits of increasing your testosterone, please visit: www.andro400.com/low_testosterone.

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References

1. Schultheiss, Oliver C., Kenneth L. Campbell, and David C. McClelland. "Implicit power motivation moderates men's testosterone responses to imagined and real dominance success." hormones and Behavior 36.3 (1999): 234-241.

2. Schultheiss, Oliver C., Michelle M. Wirth, and Steven J. Stanton. "Effects of affiliation and power motivation arousal on salivary progesterone and testosterone." Hormones and behavior 46.5 (2004): 592-599.

3. (L) A., George, and Henkel R. "Phytoandrogenic Properties of Eurycoma Longifolia as Natural Alternative to Testosterone Replacement Therapy." National Center for Biotechnology Information. U.S. National Library of Medicine, 6 Jan. 2014.

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