Andropause is the slow and gradual decrease of testosterone in men. This decrease begins around the age of 30 for most men. After the onset of this decline, in general it is known that the testosterone will continue to decline about 10% each decade.
For Men the symptoms of the loss of bioavailable testosterone may include:
Low libido, poor sexual performance, erectile dysfunction.
Depression, irritability and mood swings, lack of focus and concentration.
Sleep problems, hot flashes, overall fatigue.
Loss of strength and muscle mass.
General aches and pains, joint stiffness, slow recovery from injuries.
Increased body fat, weight gain, decreased exercise tolerance and endurance.
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