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Andropause - The Male Menopause


How Can I Find Out if I'm in Andropause?


In the prime of his life 95% of a man's testosterone is formed in his testes in response to signals from his brain. As he ages, these signals to make more testosterone weaken and hormone levels decrease.

Excessive stress, weight gain, and lack of exercise can lower testosterone levels even further, impacting stamina, drive, and the virility we associate with the male of the species.

The first thing a man entering andropause generally notices is a a subtle decrease in strength and energy as the hormone levels taper off.

He may begin to lose his enthusiasm for the challenge of work, competition, and sexual activity. As symptoms kick in, hormone testing can identify andropause as well as hidden imbalances and/or related deficiencies.

There are, fortunately, many solutions to andropause and we're happy to help you navigate them and find the solution that works best for you.

Follow the links below to contact us today and get you back to your best!

Signs and Symptoms:

  • Fatigue

  • Sleep Disturbances

  • Headaches

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Nervousness

  • Apathy

  • Decreased Libido

  • Decreased Stamina

  • Erectile Dysfunction

  • Prostate Problems

  • Decreased Urine Flow

  • Premature Aging

  • Thinning, Sagging Skin

  • Insulin Resistance

  • Hot Flashes

  • Night Sweats

  • Mood Swings

  • Stress

  • Abdominal Weight Gain

  • Decreased Strength

  • Decreased Mental Sharpness

  • Decreased Muscle Mass

  • Thinning Hair/Beard

  • Breast Enlargement

  • Irritability

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"Fifty was a turning point for me. Until then I had been pretty active but at that time I just seemed to grind to a halt. I felt tired at work and had lost my competitive edge. I wasn't a barrel of fun at home either - snoring on the couch every night. "

What is Andropause? The Male Menopause

Understanding low testosterone starts with understanding the role testosterone plays in your body.

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