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On the other hands, too low level of testosterone in men is much more concerning problem that too high level. Initially, for children who start to experience the puberty, low level of this typical sexual hormone can cause different problems. For instance, a failure to grow the pubic hair can happen. In other cases, boys may experience a growth spurt at the same time with puberty. Especially, those boys who have too little male hormone are more likely to notice disproportionate growth, which means arms and legs will grow out of proportion in comparison with the rest of their body but decrease in the strength and endurance, actually. Moreover, if a man reaches adulthood, a low testosterone level may raise the occurrence of hair loss and wrinkle skin. Besides, this issue can result in poor sexual performance along with mood disturbances as well.
The research team also speculated that spicy foods could have a reinforcing effect, in which they boost testosterone, and thus, more testosterone increases a person’s liking of spicy food — they said, however, this effect had only been seen so far in rats. It’s likely that’s not the case, however. The researchers noted that there could have been two other reasons for the findings: the men with higher testosterone could have been attracted to the hot sauce, with its aggressive red color (studies have found links between these) or maybe they just grew up eating spicy food. But all these show is that spicy food doesn’t cause testosterone levels to jump, even if there’s a correlation.