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The Low T Gift Guide – Items to Possibly Lift Testosterone Levels

game_foodFor many men out there, battling low testosterone levels is a daily struggle to contend with. Looking for the gift that keeps on giving this Valentine’s? Try purchasing for your significant other a few gifts that can increase his testosterone significantly. While supplements and nutrition are both important aspects of maintaining good health, certain gifts have been proven to have a very positive impact on a man’s testosterone and libido. If you would like to help your boyfriend or husband get his hormones on the right track, here are a few fantastic gift ideas that will certainly make him happy.

Testosterone Booster #1 – Purchase a Big Screen TV

As far as men are concerned, any sport worth watching deserves a big screen TV. Giving a man a big screen television as a gift for Valentine’s encourages him to engage in the activities he enjoys such as watching sports or an occasional action movie. Watching sports in particular is good for men as it tends to increase a man’s testosterone levels over time, especially when in the presence of his friends. A big screen TV is the perfect gift for any man and will help promote relationship building with his guy friends; an important component to increasing testosterone.

Testosterone Booster #2 – Buy Some Season Tickets

Even better, buy a man some season tickets to his favorite local sporting event. Basketball, football, soccer, hockey: Watching sports is a fun and simple way for a man to fix many problems with low testosterone. Seeing the plays up close and personal is something nearly every man can enjoy. While watching a game on the TV is just as good, a lot of men love the thrill of experiencing a live sports game in a roaring stadium teeming with other adoring fans. Buy a man tickets to his favorite sporting event this year and chances are he will be thanking you for weeks.

Testosterone Booster #3 – Get a Gym Membership

Keeping in shape with plenty of exercise is crucial to getting a handle on low testosterone. Working out at a gym is the perfect place to get out of the house and blow off some steam. Working out around other men may also promote a sense of friendly competition which can certainly help improve Low T. While many men would love to go to a gym, few have the time or motivation to sign up for a full membership. Take the initiative and buy a gym membership for your significant other or loved one to help boost testosterone levels over time.

Testosterone Booster #4 – Buy Furnishings for the Man Cave

Let your boyfriend or husband know you understand the importance of his space. Show your support for his alone time for watching sports with friends by buying some furnishings to decorate his man cave. A basement or unused tool shed can easily be converted into a game room where the guys can hang out, have a beer, and root on the home team. By helping encourage these kinds of activities it becomes easier to resolve issues with low testosterone.

If you are looking for ways to help a loved one fight Low T, try a few of these gift ideas. The best part about these gifts is that they are just as fun for him as they are healthy, so it’s win-win for both of you. Don’t let depression or fatigue caused by low testosterone get you down or ruin your otherwise healthy love life. If you’re a man, ask for gifts like these. If you’re a woman, give your man one of these gifts and watch as low testosterone problems diminish.

If you are experiencing what you believe to be the symptoms of Low T you owe it to yourself to learn more and download “What Are the Symptoms of Low T“.




(Augie) Juan Augustine Galindo Jr. MPAS, PA-C

(Augie) Juan Augustine Galindo Jr. MPAS, PA-C started his career in healthcare as a fireman/paramedic in West Texas where he served on the Midland Fire Department from 1998-2004.   He became interested in testosterone treatment after seeing how hormone replacement doctors helped those suffering from low testosterone.   After graduating from the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center Physician Assistant Program, he moved to DFW where he currently lives with his wife and three children.

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