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Does walking in the evening is lowering the testosterone in the body ?

walking in the evening is lowering the testosterone in the body I am Male aged 39,married ,and am taking treatment for Obsessive cumpulsive disorder,depression and diabetes.I used to walk 6 days in a week mostly in the morning and occasionally after in the evning for 40 minutes to 50 minutes.Recently I read an article about the excercise and sex in which it is stated that walking in the evening is lowering the testosterone in the body and may decrease the libido and good performance.I request Doctor's advice in this regard.
Asked On : Wed, 16 Dec 2009
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Obsessive-compulsive disorder, depression and diabetes are secret and dangerous enemies of sexual health. Get proper treatment and don’t depend on the treatment for whole life. Be careful about your food and lifestyle. Morning walk is very useful for health. Why you go for morning walk six days in week. Get up early in the morning and go regularly seven days of week. In the morning birds fly and sing songs. The scene of sun rising is very beautiful. You can enjoy breathing in the pure morning fresh air. These all things are natural aphrodisiacs. Testosterone levels are naturally higher in the morning and lower in the evening. During evening walk someone breathes in the air full with all pollutions. So the morning walk is recommended strongly.
Answered: Wed, 16 Dec 2009
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