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Andropause. Male Menopause

Published on 8/1/2016
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Andropause. Male Menopause

Most of us have a very good idea of what menopause is, and who it affects. Andropause? Not many. Ask around and you'll draw many blank and puzzled looks.

Men also go through similar mid life crisis' that women go through and it's called andropause. It's a direct consequence of aging and occurs when a man’s ability to produce the 3 main male hormones (testosterone, DHEA and the human growth hormone) declines.

Fight andropause ("manopause," male menopause) and feel young again
Andropause is significant because the 3 aforementioned male hormones are responsible for maintenance of all the attributes that define you as a man: Your deep voice, muscle mass, sexual health, sperm production... Everything unique to you as a man. Any reduction in the levels of these hormones will definitely have a negative effect on you.

These hormones begin to decline as early as your mid-20's and gradually plummet at the rate of about 10% every decade. By the time you hit your mid-40's, you're generating less than 75% of the testosterone and HGH that you did in your 20's.

Andropause Symptoms

These hormonal changes will have a big effect on your overall physical and mental health and well-being. If you find yourself experiencing any, or a number, of the following conditions:

  • Decreased strength, muscle tone, and endurance
  • Decline in sexual health - erection quality and sexual performance
  • Sleeping difficulties
  • Weight gain, especially around your abdominal area
  • Gradual loss of height
  • Frequently irritated or in bad moods
  • Aching joints and muscles

...then there's cause for concern.

Can Andropause Be Reversed?

In the past these conditions were generally accepted as an inevitable part of growing old and that nothing could be done about them. Well, not any more. You can DO SOMETHING. Many of these manifestations of aging can be alleviated, slowed and, in some cases, reversed.

Andropause Treatment

Hormone replacement therapy is one of the (conventional) medical treatment options available to you. It involves increasing testosterone and HGH levels in your body with the help of injections of synthetic versions of the hormones. This is usually out of reach for many men as the cost is prohibitive - around US$ 600 per month (US$ 7,200 per year).


Natural Hormone Therapy

There's a more affordable, convenient and much safer treatment for andropause via supplementation with Provacyl that will kick start your body into naturally producing larger amounts of all the key male hormones (testosterone, HGH and DHEA) again.

As a man going through andropause, this is one of the best ways to revitalize your life. It culminates in improved strength, muscle tone, sexual health and mental clarity. You deserve to start enjoying life again. Provacyl will help you get back to your best.


Disclaimer: The content of this article is based on the opinion of the author and is not intended as medical advice or to take the place of a one-on-one relationship with a qualified physician or health care practitioner. Please seek the advice of your physician or health care provider if you have an issue of medical concern.
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