Male Menopause Treatment – Hormone Therapy Can Reduce Symptoms and Slow Aging

by Laura Ramirez on July 27, 2011

Male menopause treatment is essential for contemporary men who want to stay on top of their game in both their personal and professional lives. Although the term “male menopause” may cause many men (and even doctors) to wince, it is a documented transition that is just beginning to receive attention from the medical community.ᅠ

Of course the real name for this transition is andropause and since it is a real life change in terms of hormone production and how a man feels about himself, it should be given serious consideration. Left untreated, it can wreak havoc to a man’s health, vigor, sexuality, sense of power in the world and outlook on life. It can also accelerate age-related decline.

There are many things that can bring on andropause in men, but some medical organizations do not recognize it or menopause as a medical condition.ᅠ

In women it causes more problems because it is a sudden end to their ovulation cycle and a drastic drop in hormones at that time.ᅠ Andropause symptoms include a slowly declining level of testosterone in men over the years.ᅠ This is something that is a normal process, but it can affect some men very very differently.ᅠ Many do not even notice that there are changes, and if they do account them to growing older and the natural aging process, and go on with their daily lives.ᅠ For others these changes can have grave psychological affects on them and cause all kinds of depression and loss of sleep.ᅠ Hot flashes and sleep loss are other adropause symptoms that are common amongst men….

Let’s take a look at some of the symptoms: flushing and sweating (my husband has this so bad, he literally soaks his clothes and I have to peel them off of him, then the sweating is followed by chills), generalized body aches and pains, low libido, mood swings that can lead to aggression and hostility, loss of muscle mass and tone, fatigue, depression (no wonder when you are suffering all these symptoms), anxiety, dry skin and eyes, tinnitus, digestive issues, blood sugar imbalance, memory loss and the list goes on and on.ᅠ

The bottom line is that balance hormones (in men, we’re talking testosterone and estrogen) are responsible for health, vitality and a general sense of well-being. When hormone levels decline due to andropause, supplementing them back into the system can prevent the inevitable long list of symptoms.

male menopause treatment

Male menopause treatment

So what does male menopause treatment entail? First, testosterone and other hormone levels must be checked. If your levels are low or off balance (either too little testosterone or too much estrogen), you can take bio identical hormones in the form of creams, gels, patches or even transplanted pellets in order to get hormone levels back into balance. As your hormones achieve their former balance, symptoms will subside and bone loss and other effects due to aging caused by depleted hormones can even be reversed. Recently, a number of our web visitors and subscribers have written in to recommend Provacyl, which increase your HGH (human growth hormone) levels and relieves the symptoms of andropause. Men have told me that it brings back their libido, helps them lose fat and gain muscle and also creates a feeling of well-being. Based on these reports, I now have my husband taking it.

Let’s start a discussion here. Stop suffering silently. What are the symptoms that you are experiencing and how are you treating them?

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