Men’s Menopausal Stage
Andropause is related to the condition that is associated with men’s decrease on the testosterone levels. This is more common to men reaching the age of 40 to 55. Although it has not been widely recognized, there have been a lot of cases where men quiet experience the latter. Since Testosterone helps your body maintain healthy energy levels, your daily routine might get affected. A man who suffers from andropause is more likely to have cardiovascular diseases.
The hormonal shift of the men’s testosterone can cause physical and emotional cognitive changes, therefore, men might also experience having their “mood swings”. Although symptoms may vary from each different person, there are still common complications that can be associated with it.
- low sex drive
- hot flashes
- increased body fat
- lack of energy
- memory loss
- erectile dysfunction
- irritability and mood swings
- loss of strength or muscle mass
Coping up with Andropause
Physical and psychological changes might occur when experiencing andropause so try to reward oneself. It is very important to know the proper diet that the body needs so it can adjust to the type of energy levels that it may or may not use.
Do a regular habit of exercising and muscle conditioning to keep the cardiovascular system more active. This will also help in delaying the aging process and much more likely to avoid the early stages of andropause.
Take time to rest and relax the body and mind to be able to set the right mental conditioning that will particularly prepare a person on the right directives in organizing the profound changes in your psychological aspects.
It is still best to consult the doctor to be able to learn more about andropause. Its cause and symptoms, as well as its medication and health importance.