Unlike women, men do not have a clear-cut signpost marking the transition into andropause, as testosterone levels can begin to drop every year starting at age 25. While the debate about “male menopause” rages on, the physical changes caused by reduced testosterone are very real.
The aging process and the inevitable hormonal changes can lead to hormone imbalance which often present in such symptoms as:
- LOSS OF STRENGTH, POWER, AND ENDURANCE
- DIFFICULTY WITH ERECTIONS
- UNEXPLAINED HAIR LOSS
- LOW SEX DRIVE
- DECREASED MOTIVATION
- INCREASED BODY FAT
- PROLONGED RECOVERY TIME
- SLEEP DISTURBANCE
Talk to your doctor about hormone replacement therapy for men that can help correct these imbalances. Vast improvements are typically noted as soon as two months of continuous therapy, but results can vary.