Men also experience issues related to hormone imbalance. The natural decline of testosterone contributes to problems with sexual dysfunction as well as muscle weakness, depression, bone loss and other symptoms associated with andropause (also called 'male menopause').
This condition signifies the midlife retreat of the hormones known as androgens: DHEA and testosterone. In contrast to the 'roller coaster' effect so common to women in menopause, the symptoms of andropause appear gradually and can be much less obvious.
Some of the first signs that a man may be experiencing this change:
- A subtle downward shift in strength and energy
- Loss of enthusiasm for the challenge of work, co... Read More