Wednesday, December 09, 2009

Testosterone, the Cooperation Hormone?

Well, not quite. But new research shows that the expectation of becoming more aggressive with a testosterone boost is as strong, if not stronger, than the actual effects of testosterone.

I love simple experiments like the one detailed in that article.

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Adrian said...

cool info!!

bioidentical hormone doctor said...

It is proved in many experiments, studies and researches that Testosterone is the cooperative hormone.

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Raven said...

Dude, you are getting comment-spammed.

rantingnerd said...

You noticed that, did you?

rantingnerd said...

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rantingnerd said...

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Anonymous said...

Your blog keeps getting better and better! Your older articles are not as good as newer ones you have a lot more creativity and originality now keep it up!

OMDS said...

If you are overweight, have metabolic syndrome or other related issues, have your testosterone checked by your physician. I'm glad I did.

chimachine said...

Taking testosterone hormones for months can be risky. It creates physical brain changes in various centers of the brain. I received my chi machine within four days, and have been using it ever since!! The pain and stiffness decreased by 50%.

maggie.danhakl@healthline.com said...

Hi,

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