Mood Swings & Mental Exhaustion - Caused by Male Menopause

Other common symptoms of male menopause are mood swings and mental exhaustion. Sluggish feelings and an unpredictable temperament result from the gradual decrease of testosterone that typically occurs with age. However, since these changes are primarily of a chemical nature, they are often treatable.

Testosterone is the key steroid hormone responsible for both the primary and secondary sexual characteristics of males. In also determines the potency of a sex drive. Not only is it responsible for increasing muscle and bone mass and growth of body hair, it also powers the erection of a penis.

Since the cause behind male menopause is the slow diminishment of testosterone and the increase of SHBG (Sex Hormone Binding Protein) that results in a lower availability of functional testosterone, methods of treatment are easily recognized. Obviously, as men age, testicles and adrenal glands simply do not produce enough of the male hormone, so the solution is often quite simply to replenish it. Once testosterone is replaced in abundance, feelings of exhaustion and moodiness will fade away, replaced by positive energy and virility.

Remember, changes in mood and mental fatigue are perfectly normal for the aging male adult. Restoring yourself to a healthy state of mind is not at all impossible. The Mental Burnout & Exhaustion Remedy contains all-natural herbs, such as Vinpocetin, Ashwagandha, Sacha Inchi and Phosphatidylserine that elevate the body's dopamine, serotonin and acetylcholine for improved mood and mental cognition.

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Mental Burnout & Exhaustion Remedy

If you suffer from mood swings, low sex drive and depression, Mental Burnout & Exhaustion Remedy may provide your body with the essential nutrients you need to kick start neurotransmitter production. Read more
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