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Obesity contributes more to poor sleep than low testosterone in hypogonadal men
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SAN FRANCISCO — In this video interview, Gary Wittert, MD, from the University of Adelaide in Australia, provides highlights from his presentation on the relationship between testosterone and sleep here at ENDO 2013.
In middle-aged men with low testosterone, he said, weight loss may be key to both raising their testosterone levels as well as improving their quality of sleep because the root of the problem may in fact be obesity as opposed to low testosterone.
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