Do men go through Menopause? Yes, we do. It's called Andropause. It affects most men as they age. After age 50, Testosterone levels begin to drop. But the symptoms vary from man to man. And according to Healthline.com Andropause can cause physical, sexual, and psychological problems.
- low energy
- depression or sadness
- decreased motivation
- lowered self-confidence
- difficulty concentrating
- insomnia or difficulty sleeping
- increased body fat
- reduced muscle mass and feelings of physical weakness
- gynecomastia, or development of breasts
- decreased bone density
- erectile dysfunction
- reduced libido
- Many men also suffer from tender or swollen breasts (yes, guys, we do have breast tissue!)
loss of body hair
and...drum roll, please...hot flashes that make a guy want to jump into a cold pool.
Or wish for winter to return.
Obviously, we certainly notice weak - or the complete absence of - boners. Hell, that's the first thing we'll notice.
Before you go insisting on boner pills, see if there is anything else your doctor can recommend. Oftentimes, a change in diet, or increasing exercise will help. And, so will added sleep
because it is while we sleep that the man-berries are hard at work producing the elixir and sending it forth to work its magic.
But, remember...avoid breaking that boner: if you must have something on below the waist, always provide a means for your cock to escape.