Follow Up to Testosterone Boosters: Do They Really Work?

As a follow up to the previous post I made about testosterone boosters, there is a website that can help you decide for yourself which products are the top testosterone supplements, and which of those supplements are right for you.

Before beginning any testosterone supplement, it is a good idea to learn as much as possible about the product and its effects on the body. You might even ask your doctor his opinion about the products to make sure they are safe.

For instance, did you know that when taking a testosterone supplement, the dose needs to be cycled in order for it to be effective? Cycling means that you take a specified dose for a specified amount of time (usually about 6 weeks for testosterone), and then you abstain from taking the supplement for the same amount of time. This process of cycling prevents the body from becoming used to the supplement, rendering it ineffective, or worse yet, tricking your body into stopping its own testosterone production.

You can read more about cycling and other testosterone supplement information online.