It is now commonly known that most men experience what can be referred to as andropause, or male menopause. This decline in hormone levels affects men as early as their mid-30s. Generally, by the age of 50, most men have experienced some symptoms which are primarily caused by the loss of testosterone. Even though the majority of men suffer the symptoms of hormonal decline, studies show about 90% of men have not been tested or treated for these symptoms.
Many people think of testosterone as a “sex hormone,” but it actually affects the entire male body. This is why the symptoms of male menopause range from decreased libido and ED to loss of muscle mass and weight gain, particularly in the male midsection.
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