Testosterone and sleep apnea

A 2010 study revealed that a decrease in T explained much of the loss in phase III and IV sleep, or "deep sleep" that is characteristic of aging males. [29] At age 50, men spend 5-7 percent of their sleep time in Phase III and IV and by age 60 it is nearly zero or nonexistent. Young men, on the other hand, spend 10-20 percent of thier total sleep time in these stages due to neuronal integrity and abundant testosterone levels..

Testosterone and sleep apnea

testosterone and sleep apnea

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