If you are experiencing signs and symptoms that might be the result of a low testosterone level, do your body a favor and consult your doctor. Testosterone levels vary among men but generally older men have lower testosterone levels than younger men do. Testosterone levels gradually decline throughout adulthood — about 1 percent a year after age 30 on average. With daily use, your testosterone levels will start to improve.
That isn’t to say that boosting your testosterone level will be a magical cure for all your health issues or make you superman. But, in some men low testosterone can cause serious issues at work and at home.
Again, this is completely dependent upon what ingredients are included in the testosterone booster. And even then, it’s difficult to say with absolute certainty how long an ingredient should be taken in order to witness optimal results. Most studies regarding sports supplementation are anywhere from 4-16 weeks usually, with week part of that range being quite a stretch. A great example of this is demonstrated in our D-Aspartic Acid example from a previous FAQ.