Yes, the medical fraternity across the world is increasingly acknowledging that testosterone may avert heart attack or at least reduce the chances of a fatal heart attack. Chronic Heart Failure of CHF is among the most common types of cardiac ailments that represent a serious impairment of cardiac function that eventually leads to a fatal or near-fatal heart attack. Now, medical researchers across the globe agree that in many patients of CHF, Testosterone Replacement Therapy can give the desired results, i.e. prevent a serious heart attack.
This theory had engaged a lot of flak in the past since it was seen that among male patients, Testosterone was one of the major reasons that led to poor cardiovascular health since it raises the overall blood pressure, increasing chances of developing cardiovascular problems. However, it has been noted that men who are suffering from extremely low levels of testosterone tend to struggle with some typical psychological conditions that includes depression and anxiety along with a propensity to develop sleep disturbances.
All these emotional problems eventually fast-track the progression towards developing cardiovascular problems since the relationship between the heart and emotional health is a well-established fact. There is lots of published evidence that supports the beneficial effects of endogenous testosterone on the overall functioning of the heart apart from preventing Chronic Heart Failure. Now, it is being increasingly supported that testosterone has a supportive effect on the heart, partly protective and partly curative. Testosterone levels tend to peak among male’s during their 20s. This is regarded as the reproductive prime of any male. This is also the phase when a man has robust physical capacity including a greater ability to develop muscle mass along with loads of physical energy, high libido levels and appreciable stamina levels.
This is also the time when young males tend to develop a natural resistance towards being anxious or becoming nervous, making them even more impervious to the chances of developing heart attacks symptoms. However, from the age of 35 years onwards, the testosterone levels tend to diminish increasingly, resulting in an overall decrease in the physical stamina and libido of the male apart from making him more emotionally susceptible and lowering the metabolic rate. This also underlines the fact that the increasing age of a male, his likeliness of developing heart disease and the decline in testosterone tends to progress consecutively.