What is Andropause? – Renew Youth

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August 21st, 2013

Andropause is the technical term for the hormone imbalance all men will experience as they age. Commonly called male menopause, andropause typically begins to affect men between the ages of 35 and 40. In some cases, however, the testosterone deficiencies associated with andropause may occur in much younger men.

Whatever your age, as a man you need testosterone to maintain energy and focus, to build lean muscle, to boost your sex drive, and to regulate your moods. In other words, the onset of andropause (and the drop in testosterone that goes with it) can have a big impact on the quality of your personal and professional life. In fact, upon entering andropause, many men say they just dont feel like themselves anymore.

Andropause occurs as men get older, primarily because our glands slow down and stop producing adequate levels of hormone. The result is hormone imbalance. In particular, testosterone, thyroid and DHEA levels decline. Meanwhile, estrogen levels often increasenot a good thing for a man.

The following are some of the more common symptoms of andropause:

While testosterone decline is something that will happen to every man as he gets older, that doesnt mean we have to accept it. So long as its done correctly, hormone levels can be safely and effectively restored via hormone therapy. Men of any age can benefit, and results can generally be seen in 4 to 6 weeks. Its important to note, however, that for hormone therapy to be effective, it must go hand-in-hand with a healthy diet, regular exercise, and stress management.

Call Renew Man to find out how we can help you to get our life back. All of our doctors are experts when it comes to treating hormone imbalance in men, and Renew Man is set up to make things easy and convenient for you. Let us impress you with our knowledge, and give us a call. You can reach us at 800-859-7511.

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