Is Male Menopause Real?

Male Menopause, also known as Andropause, occurs when men experience an inordinate drop in testosterone levels. While the term—and even study of the condition—are new, more and more medical experts agree: males who reach a certain age start to experience the ineffectual symptoms of Male Menopause. Researchers have said Male Menopause occurs after the age of 45 and can be linked to Premature Ejaculation issues, mood swings, and low sex drive.  
Most men refuse to discuss their sexual inabilities. It’s natural. It’s common. It’s also hazardous to a man’s future sexual relationship with a partner.
What Are The Symptoms
The symptoms of Male Menopause include penile shrinkage, difficulty maintaining erections, and premature ejaculation. Andropause, unlike its female counterpart menopause, does not affect all men; only 40% of men in their 40s, 50s, and 60s experience some degree of lethargy, depression, irritability, mood swings, and difficulty in attaining and sustaining erections. Male Menopause, in some rare cases, can too affect men in their early 20s.
Male Menopause achieves something of a snowball effect: a man can experience anxieties and doubts, which can lead to impotence and increased sexual frustration.
How It Happened?
A recent study surveyed 1700 middle-aged men and found that 51% of normal, healthy males age 40 to 70 experienced some degree of sexual problems, which included persistent problem attaining and maintaining an erection or premature ejaculation issues.
Research showed that more than 30% of seniors with low testosterone and premature ejaculation suffered from Andropause because of their hormonal regulation problems caused by Hypothalamic Anterior Pituitary-Testicular axis.
In Addition to Aging, Male Menopause & Low Testosterone Can Also Be Caused by:             
  • Prescription and non-prescription medications
  • Smoking
  • Hypertension
  • Poor blood circulation 
  • Stress
  • Poor diet and lack of exercise
  • Excessive masturbation
  • Psychological problems
  • Hormone deficiencies
  • Excessive alcohol consumption
Other symptoms, which sometimes are linked to old age, can attribute to the negative effects of Male Menopause, such as back pain and joint pain in the ankles, knees, shoulders, and wrists.
How To Recover?
Doctors recommend a variety of options for combating Male Menopause, with solutions tailored to fighting Impotence (unsustainable erections), not premature ejaculation. A general decline in male potency at midlife can be expected. Taking prescription drugs or natural remedy are the realistic choices, but prescription drugs do come with known side effects. Instead natural remedies, such as Cuscuta herbal formula or herbal tincture, reduce symptoms of Andropause without the added side effect.

What to do

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andrew yeh posted on Mon, 06/03/2013 - 09:46
No wonder, this condition is new. I never heard this as a kid in a family of doctors and all such studies. I think I am going to go further into this. I want to learn what all this has to do with because it sounds really interesting. I have definitely observed a mood change in people that are all a certain age. Less of a drive. It makes sense that they would have low testosterone levels.
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