915. Testosterone, Progesterone and Stress


We all know what stress is. There isn’t anyone that doesn’t experience stress. The problem is when our stress is prolonged, it becomes dangerous to our bodies.

When we are stressed, our adrenals produce cortisol. Cortisol is fine in the short-term, but it’s the constant drip, drip, drip over a long period of time that is very damaging. Too much cortisol affects all parts of our bodies.

Join Dr. Martin as he teaches on the connection between stress and low levels of testosterone in men and progesterone in women.

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