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Will aerobic exercises lower androgen and free testosterone levels?

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Dr. Thomas Namey
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology

In brief: In extreme.

It is well described that exercising on to high an intensity will lower sex hormones in both men and women.
The reality of over training is diminished benefits from exercise, increased risk of injury, including stress fractures, and low sex hormones.

In brief: In extreme.

It is well described that exercising on to high an intensity will lower sex hormones in both men and women.
The reality of over training is diminished benefits from exercise, increased risk of injury, including stress fractures, and low sex hormones.
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