Take That singer, Robbie Williams has revealed that he injects himself with the sex hormone testosterone twice a week.
According to an article in The Sun taken from an interview in Esquire Magazine, 37 year old Robbie initially went to see a physician to get hold of some HGH (Human Growth Hormone) in order to keep the ageing process at bay and help his low energy levels.
The taking of HGH is proving to be popular amongst middle age men in America and puts a barrier against the toll old father time takes on those on the wrong side of 35.
"To cut a long story short I went to get some HGH. It's what all the old fellas are on out there in LA that's making them look 40 instead of 60. "It's improving their health, their memory, their hair, skin. "Could give you cancer. I weighed that up. Thought I'd have it anyway. Went to see a Hollywood doctor. Had my blood tests. Went back. He said, 'You don't need HGH. You've got the testosterone of a 100-year-old man.'Â "And then everything made sense. It was kind of an epiphany that day."
'And then everything made sense. It was kind of an epiphany that day.'
"It has changed my life. I feel I'm getting a second wind"
Regular Testosterone injections do come with risks, men have an increased risk of developing prostate cancer, male breasts and associated male breast cancer.
Testosterone injections should not be taken if you have either of the above cancers.
There are natural and dietary methods of boosting testosterone levels which a simple Google search can come up with some of the natural testosterone boosting alternatives you may be looking for.
But these may also be detrimental to your health so always ask your doctor before embarking on any testosterone boosting regime both synthetic and natural.