What Is Andropause? It’s Symptoms In Men & Treatment …

Recommended by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018
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Andropause occurs due to the steady reduction in testosterone as men age. Men also experience imbalances in their levels of thyroid, estrogen, DHEA, and cortisol during this time in life. All men will experience andropauseno man escapes it.

Most men begin feeling the effects of andropause when theyre between 35 and 40 years of age. Fatigue, loss of muscle mass, low sex drive, depression and night sweats are all symptoms of the hormone imbalance that comes with andropause.

Fortunately, you can safely reverse these symptoms by restoring your hormones to healthy levels. To learn more about the symptoms of andropause, please click here.

Read on for more information on andropause, and about how Renew Man can help you to feel like yourself again.

Renew Man has a network of well-trained doctors across the country who are experts in the area of hormone replacement for men. Remember the energy, enthusiasm for life, and sex drive you had when you were 25 to 30 years of age? So long as you have good lifestyle habits (i.e. a healthy diet and sufficient physical activity), thats how you can expect to feel once your hormones are balanced to healthy levels.

And youre never too old for hormone replacement therapy. We work with men in their 80s who have found that they have a new lease on life post-treatment.

There are a few reasons:

Our clients talk openly about their needs because we make it comfortable for them to do so; but most of them will admit to having had a difficult time making that first call to us. Male pride is often a mans greatest strength, and his greatest weakness. Dont let your sense of pride get in the way of getting the help you need.

The pituitary is a gland in the brain, and it acts like a hormone thermostat. As blood flows through the pituitary, it measures your hormone levels. As your pituitary senses that your body needs more of any given hormone, it releases a stimulating hormone into the blood stream. That stimulating hormone travels to its respective gland, signaling that gland to produce more hormone. For example, to stimulate the thyroid gland to produce more thyroid hormone, the pituitary will release TSH (or thyroid stimulating hormone). As levels of that hormone increase to appropriate levels, the pituitary shuts the stimulating hormone down. As the body ages, the pituitary will produce less and less stimulant. At the same time, as the body ages, glands become less and less sensitive to stimulating hormones. The result: hormone levels decline.

An interesting footnote to the above: research suggests that men are experiencing the symptoms of andropause at much younger ages in recent years. The going theory is that this trend is the result of the environmental toxins were all exposed to today, and that this exposure is causing premature slowing of the pituitary in much of the population.

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