What Is Andropause (Male Menopause)?
Andropause, often called the male menopause, is the result of a steady decline in testosterone and other related hormones, including thyroid, DHEA and cortisol. Unlike menopause, which typically occurs in women during their mid-forties to mid-fifties, men’s transition is much more gradual, occurring over decades.
The decline in male hormones begins in the late 20’s, and the symptoms of andropause can usually be felt by age 35 to 40. No man escapes it. Declining hormone levels in middle-aged men have also been linked to a greater risk of heart disease and prostate cancer.
The good news is that a personally prescribed program of natural bio-identical hormones, combined with diet and nutrition, can safely boost declining testosterone levels and eliminate many symptoms of andropause in as little as 3 to 5 weeks. The science behind our proprietary HormoneSync Programs has helped millions of men safely regain their vitality.
If you are age 35 or older and have some or all of these symptoms, you may be experiencing andropause:
- Depression, or loss of enthusiasm for daily life
- Decreased energy and desire for physical activity
- Lack of focus and motivation
- Reduced sex drive
- Mild to moderate erectile dysfunction
- Muscle loss
- Increase in body fat, particularly around the mid-section
- Night sweats
- Trouble sleeping
- Bone loss