Most testosterone booster supplements are designed to be taken during the day, some are taken with Breakfast, some are taken as part of a pre workout, and some are taken with your main meal.
There are also test boosters that can be taken just before going to sleep, these are called PM test boosters. They tend to avoid any stimulants, and include ingredients that can help improve sleep quality. In this article we will look at some of the benefits of taking a test booster designed for the evening.
Benefit #1. Increased Libido
There’s a good way to test whether your testosterone levels are low or not, and this test is not fancy. Basically are you waking up with an erection?
If not then you could potentially have low morning testosterone levels.
Sleep has often been associated with increased testosterone  and therefore ingredients such as Melatonin, Zinc, Magnesium etc … will improve sleep quality, which in turn increases testosterone, which in turn increases libido.
Benefit #2. Better Sleep
We kind of covered this in the previous point, higher testosterone can improve sleep, as can the ingredients provided in good PM Test Boosters.
Melatonin in particular is great for increasing sleep quality and helping to regulate sleep.
Incidentally did you know that Melatonin can help to cure jet lag? Better sleep can help prevent overeating, while bad sleep can lead to you seeking out high calorie foods , which can lead to weight gain. Being overweight can then lower testosterone!
Benefit #3. Improved Mood
If you are having trouble sleeping then it could be due to stress, lying awake at night tossing and turning can really wreck your body the following day.
Benefit #4. Improved Recovery From Exercise
Testosterone is one of the main hormones required for protein synthesis after exercise, sleep is one of the best times for your body to recover.
Making a supplement that helps you sleep and improves your testosterone a perfect choice!
Benefit #5. Lowered Body Fat
Okay so this benefit is not exclusive to PM test boosters, but it is a well known fact that increased testosterone can lead to lowered body fat.
If you add in the improved satiety and reduced appetite that good night can produce (via influencing the hormones Leptin and Ghrelin) and you should see some major fat loss – when combined with diet and exercise of course.
Most men over the age of 30 years tend to have very low testosterone, this can cause a multitude of negative effects. Loss of libido/fertility, loss of muscle mass, build up of body fat, depression, trouble sleeping, increased stress … the list goes on.
Taking a testosterone booster to improve your sleep may not sound like a solution to all your problems.
But a really good one, can give you a leg up. Look for PM Test Boosters that contain: Zinc, Magnesium, Vitamin B6 (known as ZMA), Ashwagandha root, Safed Musli Root (great aphrodisiac), L-Theanine & Melatonin – for improved sleep, reduced anxiety, and better mood.
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