Male menopause? Are you kidding? The article below may shed some new light on the topic ...
by Summer Banks, a prolific writer and certified medical assistant who has supervised customer support for multiple supplement companies..
Male menopause symptoms may begin in men around the same time as female symptoms. The peak age for testosterone production is 18. After that, there is a drop in testosterone levels. Many men think of the change in mood as growing up and accept the new feelings as being normal. By the time the body reaches the late 40s and early 50s, the next significant drop occurs and the effects can be too much for many men to accept.
Men who are approaching 50 may want to take note of these common menopause symptoms. It is important to note that a man's menopause may occur earlier or later in life, depending on the individual.
Decrease in Sex Drive
– Testosterone levels drop and with them the sex
drive also tends to wane.
The decrease in testosterone levels does
not mean the male has to
accept his new feelings in life. There are plenty of natural methods
for boosting male hormone levels to the point where most, or all,
symptoms completely disappear. The first line of defense against male
menopause symptoms is a change in daily diet and activity levels. Daily
exercise with weight training added three days a week is important for
boosting testosterone levels and increasing bone density. Foods
rich in Omega 3s and B vitamins are also a
Herbs can also be used to naturally boost male hormones and reduce
effect of male menopause symptoms. The list includes:
mineral supplements created just for men may include some or all of
these herbs, so check the daily vitamin label before adding any herbs
to your daily routine. One very complete supplement made
expressly for men is Xtend-Life's Total Balance for Men
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