Yes, andropause, or male menopause, is that dreaded word mentioned as just another part of the aging process. Symptoms are caused by declining hormone levels and are often so gradual that you become accustomed to the daily downward spiral, such as fatigue and low or non-existant sex drive.
Andropause, like menopause in women, is caused by a decline in a broad spectrum of hormones, primarily testosterone, Human Growth Hormone and DHEA/Pregnanolone. Replacing these hormones to younger, healthier levels can and will reverse the signs of aging.
Facts about HGH Hormone and Andropause:
Hormones start to decline in the mid to late twenties and that is when the aging process sets in. We maintain fairly healthy HGH hormone levels until age 35 to 40 and that is about how long we could be expected to live until about 100 years ago. The effects of declining HGH hormones have only been a problem since we started living longer. Declining hormones, coupled with poor lifestyle, diet, exercise and stress are largely responsible for health problems and frailties of later years. The good news is these signs of aging can be easily reversed.
Age 35 is a good time to begin, and you are never too old. We have men in their 80’s who have found a new life.
The whole idea of men going through menopause, or andropause and needing HGH hormone replacement therapy is "de-masculinizing". Virility is a man's second nature and when hormonal changes occur, usually starting to be felt around age 35, men see marked continual decline in abilities they once perceived to be as easy as breathing. Men find erections are not as frequent as they once were, sex is not as exciting because ejaculation is not as powerful and the stamina and endurance they once experienced in both work and play has dropped as well.
It seems that men, after forty-five, often have a hard time rising to the occasion and challenge of daily stresses. This is what is known as andropause or male menopause. So why do most men not know anything about HGH and andropause? It has only been recently that andropause has received attention and recognition, but why the holdup? There are many reasons behind the stifling of its discovery, along with many frames of mind that are still hindering its cure.
Why does Andropause go unnoticed so often?
Because female menopause is so sudden and violent, ways to maneuver around its life altering effects and health diminishing aftermath have been under microscopic observation for decades. Doctors and scientists are well aware of the ramifications due to the absence of estrogen and progesterone. In the mean time men have kept their focus from themselves and their own hormonal induced weaknesses.
The truth is, men are blasted with a reality check during their mid-forties. Their HGH hormone levels have dropped sufficiently that the erection that once greeted them in the morning ceases while their muscle definition fades and they notice they are getting a bit flabby around the middle. "It's all part of aging," they are told and they settle grudgingly into old age.
That is the past. The present and future is bright. There is a solution, there is a cure, and that is to replace lost hormones.What to expect from HGH Hormone Replacement Therapy