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Have you lost your edge? If you’re tired all the time your motivation suffers, your family life suffers, and your sex life suffers.
Many men experience a below-normal sex drive during andropause. What is below normal? If where it is now isn’t working for you, it’s below normal.
Trying to lose weight during andropause feels like pushing a heavy rock up a steep hill. The more out of balance your hormones become, the steeper the hill.
Your body needs testosterone to build muscle. If you’re losing muscle mass, or finding it difficult to build new muscle, you may have low testosterone.
Many men develop a profound appreciation for sleep during andropause. That’s because sleep can be in short supply when hormones are out of balance.
Are you grouchy? Easily frustrated or quick to get angry? More importantly, are your loved ones complaining about it? Welcome to Irritable Male Syndrome.
There’s a reason you’re feeling down and unmotivated. Low serotonin equals depression. And low testosterone equals low serotonin.
Brain fog. Poor concentration. Diminished mental acuity. If you aren’t feeling as sharp as you used to, andropause may be to blame.
E.D. affects roughly 30 million men in the United States. Yes, it’s that common. It’s just no one likes to talk about it. There are, however, many solutions.
That’s right—men have hot flashes, too. We’ve found they trouble about 20% of our clients prior to restoring testosterone.
Prevention is the name of the game when it comes to prostate conditions. That means balanced hormones, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
Even though hair loss has been studied extensively, surprisingly little is known about it. We let 16 years of experience and common sense inform our approach.
Waking up not being able to breath is unpleasant. But it doesn’t end there. Sleep apnea causes oxygen deprivation, and aggravates other andropause symptoms.
A reduction in bone density is more common than you might think in andropausal men. Through balanced hormones, it’s also preventable.