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Andropause Caused By Low Testosterone Levels
Male menopause, referred to as andropause, causes a testosterone deficiency. While menopause involves a plummet in hormone production during a relatively short period of time, men tend to experience hormone decline more gradually. This decline can begin after the age of 30 and can be so subtle that the changes in sexual function, mood, and energy level go unnoticed for years.
 
Importance of Testosterone
Testosterone develops the male sexual characteristics, maintains muscle mass, and balances red blood cell levels, bone growth and sexual function.  As men age, the testicles and adrenal glands slow down the production of testosterone, causing an increase of the Sex Hormone Binding Protein.

With SHBP decreased, the amount of testosterone circulating within the body sees a reduction, and with less testosterone, both primary and secondary sexual characteristics are inhibited, causing weight changes, mood swings, low energy and erectile dysfunction. 

Alongside the eminent event of aging, low testosterone levels can also be caused by the following:
• Injury to testicles
• Loss of testicles
• Genetic abnormalities (Klinefelter’s Syndrome)
• Alcohol
• Stress
• Abdominal obesity

Male menopause includes an array of mental and physical symptoms, including:
• Decrease in muscle mass with an increase in body fat
• Irregular sleeping patterns
• Depression
 
Of course, the most common symptom remains impotence, including erectile dysfunction, reduced sexual desire, fewer spontaneous erections and infertility. Paying attention to the body’s subtle signals remains crucial, especially since some men produce lower than normal testosterone levels without showcasing obvious symptoms.

A blood test provides the most efficient way to diagnose low testosterone levels.

What To Do

Along with natural testosterone replacement therapy, males may want to take supplements infused with Deer Antler. According to studies, Deer Antler contains several potent and regenerative testosterone ingredients.  

A deer antler’s growth serves as a natural supercharger for boosting low testosterone production, and when collated with Horny Goat Weed and Shizandra, can balance testosterone levels.

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