You see, the general belief has been that testosterone levels decline as men age.
However, recent clinical studies have debunked that theory.
Low testosterone is actually becoming more common among all ages of men.
In 2011, scientists released findings from a study that showed any decline in testosterone levels as men age is the result of other factors, and not a natural part of aging.
Scientists found that testosterone levels didn’t drop with increasing age in older men who were in excellent health.
A 2012 study discovered similar results.
Researchers analyzed testosterone levels in more than 1,500 men with an average age of 54 years. They found that their levels did not drop significantly.
Some studies, however, have shown some natural decline in testosterone with age.
But the declines were very small, only 1-2% per year.
What do these shocking findings mean for you?
Whether you’re young or “old,” nobody is out of the woods from developing low testosterone levels!