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Men's Health > Andropause

Not tonight darling, I'm too knackered after my day.

Andropause sounds like just another new age buzz word, doesn't it? After all, men can't really have "male menopause," because they don't menstruate, and middle aged men don't experience hot flashes or any of the other symptoms accompanying menopause.

That doesn't mean there aren't similarities

Sure, men can reproduce later in years than women (there are cases of men having children in their 80s!), but they still experience a decline in hormones. These are caused by stress, malnutrition and environmental factors which result in a drop in testosterone and failing libido.

You probably never even gave a moment's thought before about the health of your testosterone, but the average man has 30% less testosterone at age 50 than he had when he was 20.  This drop in testosterone has some serious ramifications to one's health. For instance, one of testosterone's functions is to increase bone density,  the less testosterone, the higher the chance for osteoporosis, and the accompanying risks of fractures, most notably hip fractures. As you age your metabolism slows down, and weight begins to add up in your middle and around your organs which is another result of low testosterone.

Doctors have studied this decline in testosterone since the 1940s, but haven't really known what to do about it. It has been on the back burner, as older men look for an easy fix for sexual dysfunction, one of the many symptoms of andropause. Rather than fixing the problem, prescriptions simply offer a temporary fix. Many men don't know that they can continue on with a healthy sex life, and improve their general well-being, by taking action to promote their body's maximum testosterone release.

While you were younger you could neglect your health to a certain extent, relying on your body's youth, now you have to work to feel your best. We all know that we should be exercising, getting a good night's sleep, and eating a well balanced diet and now it's time to put this in action.

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