I think that that is true. Sleep, diet, stess at work they all effect the level of test in your body. Also, levels are dependent on the time of day labs are done, and the amount of time since your last workout will also be a factor. I read a study somewhere that did a study of new fathers and showed that their level of test was lower after the child was born then before, they made the assumption that lack of sleep because of having a screaming new baby in the house at night had something to do with it.Originally Posted by MakaveliThaDon
I also read a few studies about visceral (sp??) body fat has alot to do with the ratio of test to estrogen in the blood stream.