Did you know hormone therapy is not just for women?
Women experience menopause. Men experience andropause.
Studies show that Mens testosterone declines around 1% a year around the age 30. Testosterone is very important as it assists the male body in construction of protein and is necessary for normal sexual drive, stamina, and erections. Testosterone aides numerous metabolic functions including bone development, liver function, prostate gland growth and production of blood cells in bone marrow. Men with low testosterone levels are at increased risk for muscle loss, bone loss, and heart disease.
Symptoms of Andropause:
Diminished or Decreased Libido (Sex Drive)
Gynocomastia (male breasts)
Irritable Male Syndrome
Weight Gain (Usually large abdomen with small/skinny limbs arms and legs compared with mid section)