Improve Your Hormones With Red Light Therapy For Testosterone

Improve Your Hormones With Red Light Therapy For Testosterone

You've probably seen those funny memes, heard some buzz, or maybe your friend mentioned it – "Red light on your balls for more testosterone," or as Tucker Carlson calls it, "testicle tanning." And, you're curious as to what this Red Light Therapy for Testosterone is, right?

So, here's the deal – red light therapy is something you might've heard about from your girl, your wife, or big names like Tony Robbins and Ben Greenfield. It's getting very popular, even among top athletes in the UFC, NFL, PGA, and Olympic teams. They're all using these light therapy gadgets to boost their game, recover, and stay healthy. And guess where it all started? NASA was on this back in the '80s when they sent astronauts into space. Since then, there've been over 450 studies on this red-light stuff.

"The higher irradiance of this device sets it apart, delivering effective anti-aging benefits, pain relief, and enhanced energy levels. Whether for muscle recovery post-workout or to boost overall performance, this red light therapy has become an integral part of my wellness routine. Its dual chips ensure a comprehensive wavelength range, making it versatile and efficient. I've noticed improvements in my skin's appearance and overall vitality since incorporating this device. If you're looking for a reliable and powerful red light therapy option, I highly recommend giving this one a try." - M.F

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If you're a guy feeling drained, struggling with low energy, brain fog, or just want to take your health to the next level, keep reading. We'll break down the science on how red-light therapy can help you reach your health goals.

The Need for Testosterone 

Improving Fertility

One in six people worldwide deal with infertility, says the World Health Organization. Now, here's the surprise – half of the time, it's the guys who are facing this challenge. They're dealing with low testosterone and other stuff that messes with their sperm count and movement.

But guess what? Red light therapy can swoop in with its magic and help out. It's not just good for your body, but it's a mood booster too. This treatment uses special light, the kind you can't even see, to make your cells work better and potentially fix the issue.

And you know what's cool? They're using LEDs to do this. It's safe and you don't need a doctor's appointment. You can even do it at home with the right gear. So, if you're looking to improve your chances, red light therapy might be the way to go.

Increasing Cellular Energy Production

Peep this – red light therapy could be the key to fixing low testosterone and fertility issues right down at the cellular level.

So, here's the deal: red and near-infrared light, they fire up your cell engines, the mitochondria. And these little powerhouses don't play favorites; they boost all your cells, including those Leydig cells in dudes.

Now, these Leydig cells are the testosterone factories. When their mitochondria start pumping out more of that adenosine triphosphate, it's like a turbo boost for testosterone production. It's like they're making T at levels that match your age or even better.

But here's the kicker – to keep your testosterone game strong, you need healthy cells. When your cells are in good shape, they can handle all the nasty stuff like chemicals and stress without breaking a sweat. Otherwise, they'd go into survival mode and ditch the testosterone production.

Sperm Boost with Red Light Magic

Red light therapy for testosterones can be like a turbocharge for your swimmers. It cranks up ATP production, and that means more sperm, making you more fertile. It's like a natural boost, no pills or shots needed.

But there's more to it. Red light therapy for testosterones also keeps those sperm soldiers strong even after they've done their job. Studies on animals show that after some serious light therapy, sperm are in top shape for fertilization. And the best part is, this could be a game-changer for humans too.

One thing it does is amp up the sperm's ability to swim, called motility. That's because the powerhouse of the cell, the mitochondria, is in the tail of the sperm, and they love light.

Do you have low testosterone?

Our modern lifestyle, the pandemic craziness, and all that artificial living – they're the main troublemakers here. Even though we aren't 100% sure about the exact cause, a few big factors are in the mix.


First up, we got obesity – it's a known player in the low testosterone game. When you're packing extra pounds, your body starts turning some of that precious testosterone into estrogen, and that's not a win.

Vitamin Deficiency

Then there's the vitamin D situation. Not getting enough of that sunshine vitamin messes with your testosterone levels and can set you up for some long-term health issues.

And here's a wild one – those sneaky endocrine disruptors. Every year, they're throwing in about 3,000 new chemicals and materials into our everyday stuff, like plastics and whatnot. They mess with your natural hormones, including testosterone, and there isn’t much protecting them.

Sleep Cycle

But that's not all, there's stress, not getting enough sleep, health problems like diabetes or being overweight, meds that mess with your hormones, genetics, testicle injuries, and even brain stuff with tumors in certain brain areas.

How do you boost your Testosterone?

Improve what you eat

If you want to keep your testosterone game strong and drop some pounds, you have to get enough protein in your system. But here's the twist – don't go overboard with dieting or overeating because that can mess up your testosterone levels.

Now, let's talk about fats – the good kind. They're like the backup singers for your testosterone. Some studies say that if you go low-fat all the time, your testosterone levels might take a hit.

So, what's the problem? You need a balanced diet with real, good-for-you foods. Get your protein, fats, and carbs in a good mix. That way, your hormones stay on point, and you're looking out for your overall health


Your sleep game is no joke when it comes to your testosterone levels. A study with over 2,000 young bucks found that messed-up sleep could mess with your testosterone too.

Now, here's the deal, the right amount of sleep isn’t the same for everybody, but there's a study that says if you're only getting 5 hours a night, you could see a 10% to 15% drop in your testosterone (Leproult, 2011).

Another study with the older dudes found that getting up to about 9.9 hours of sleep actually boosted their testosterone (Anastasia Pana, 2021). Go over that, though, and your T-levels might drop. So, the bottom line is, most research says shoot for at least 7 hours of beauty sleep every night.


If you want to dodge those lifestyle diseases, working out is the way to go. And guess what? It's also a one-way ticket to increasing your testosterone.

In a 2015 study regarding obesity, they found that getting off the couch and moving around did more for boosting testosterone tha just watching what you eat (D M Kelly, 2015).

Now, here's the deal – the effect on your testosterone depends on the type of exercise and how hard you go. When you're pumping iron, like hitting the weights, it gives your T-levels a quick boost.

Can you really use Red Light Therapy to boost Testosterone?

Researchers have peeped how red light gets sucked up by these tiny powerhouses in our cells called mitochondria. When that happens, our cells get a burst of energy, and it's like they're in turbo mode. They can grab oxygen like a champ, so they work better and heal faster.

Red-light therapy flips the switch on this protein called TGF-beta 1, a real deal player in all kinds of cell stuff, like growing and fixing themselves up (Good, 2022).

Now, the big studies on all the ways red light therapy can help are just getting started. So, stay tuned, because there's more to come.

Which VitaliZEN's Red Light Device is best for your Testosterone levels?


VitaliZEN Cosmos: Portable Red Light Therapy for Testosterone


VitaliZEN Cosmos 60-Watt (Portable)

Experience on-the-go wellness with the VitaliZEN Cosmos 60-Watt. This portable device packs a punch, offering convenience without compromising on effectiveness. Ideal for those with active lifestyles, it's designed to seamlessly integrate into daily routines, ensuring wellness can be achieved anytime, anywhere.


VitaliZEN Apollo: Red Light Therapy for Testosterone


The VitaliZEN Apollo 600-Watt

Embark on a wellness journey with the VitaliZEN Apollo (600-Watt) – a compact powerhouse designed for your well-being. This little wonder packs 600 watts of rejuvenating energy, offering a targeted and efficient approach. It's not just a device; it's your companion for a streamlined and effective wellness solution. Elevate your well-being with the VitaliZEN Apollo – simplicity meets effectiveness. 


VitaliZEN MAX: Full Body Red Light Therapy for Testosterone


VitaliZEN Max 1200-Watt

For the ultimate and all-encompassing wellness journey, the VitaliZEN Max 1200-Watt is the pinnacle. This device is designed to provide a complete full-body solution, enveloping users in a holistic experience. It's the perfect choice for those desiring a comprehensive and immersive wellness solution.


VitaliZEN Panacea: Red Light Therapy Belt for Testosterone


VitaliZEN Panacea Belt

This portable marvel is tailor-made for those who prioritize health without compromising on convenience. Designed to seamlessly blend into your daily routine, this belt ensures that wellness is at your fingertips anytime, anywhere. Ideal for active lifestyles, VitaliZEN Panacea Belt lets you prioritize your health without missing a beat in your daily activities. Elevate your well-being effortlessly with this on-the-go essential!


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D M Kelly, T. H. (2015). Testosterone and obesity. National Library of Medicine, 581-606.

Good, B. (2022, October 21). Inflammation Is Behind Everything From Erectile Dysfunction to Heart Disease. Here’s How to Reduce It Fast. Retrieved from

Leproult, R. (2011). Effect of 1 Week of Sleep Restriction on Testosterone Levels in Young Healthy Men. JAMA, 2173-2174.



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