Andropause is a term used to describe a set of physical changes and symptoms associated with the age related decline in the production of testosterone.
Significantly declining testosterone levels have been found in men as early as their third decade of life. Testosterone insufficiency can result in a debilitating array of symptoms which often goes undiagnosed by the average physician.
Numerous clinical studies have demonstrated strong associations between low testosterone levels and the following symptoms and conditions.
Symptoms and Conditions Associated with...
- Declining Testosterone Levels
- Decreased sex drive
- Lack of energy
- Mood changes – Irritability, anxiety, lack of motivation
- Erectile dysfunction
- Heart disease
- High Blood pressure
- Weight gain
- Loss of muscle mass
- Poor endurance
- Insulin resistance