How Low Blood Pressure Can Affect Your Testosterone Production

how low blood pressure affects testosterone

It’s fairly common knowledge about the connection between high blood pressure and low testosterone, but did you know that if your blood pressure is too low, it can also lead to low testosterone?

Not long ago I had a temporary health issue that required a medication that greatly reduces blood pressure… I noticed I felt off… I felt tired, and without as much motivation as normal, but didn’t realize how the low blood pressure affected my testosterone levels until I came off the medication.

I began to feel stronger, more like myself… and I began to wonder, if low blood pressure could have affected my testosterone production. Studies and info were few and far between, but I did find a few articles written by medical doctors, who pointed out a connection.

Some interesting insights from these articles highlighting the low blood pressure, low testosterone connection:

“Low testosterone can cause low blood pressure by affecting the body’s ability to produce nitric oxide, a chemical that helps dilate blood vessels and increase blood flow. Low blood pressure can also cause low testosterone by reducing blood flow to the testicles.”

from Low Testosterone and Low Blood Pressure: How Nao Medical Can Help

“Testosterone deficiency can be caused by problems in one of three parts of the body: the testes, the hypothalamus, and the pituitary gland. Any problems in these areas can disrupt the production or release of testosterone.

And, in some cases, there can indeed be an overlap between problems in low blood pressure and testosterone levels.

from Does Low Testosterone Affect Blood Pressure?

What To Do With This Info

If you are prescribed a medication that lowers your blood pressure, monitor your blood pressure levels. If they are consistently far below normal levels (lower range is 90/60), talk to your doctor about possibly adjusting your medication, or reducing the dosage if your situation is under control. If you are able to overcome your health condition and get it under control with natural solutions (weight loss, diet, exercise), check about possibly being able to discontinue your medication…

Remember, check first always with your doctor before doing anything on your own. And if you have a serious health condition that requires the dosage that will lower your blood pressure, survival comes first before anything else! Testosterone is a luxury, real men do what they gotta do!

For natural ways to boost your testosterone production, see here…

Have a good one!

-David Carreras aka Mr. Manpower
Mr. Manpower’s Guide to
Overall Manhood Enhancement

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