For a long time, the term menopause was used exclusively to describe changes in a woman's hormone balance. The menopause belonged exclusively to the female body, just like pregnancy. In the meantime, doctors know that men also experience menopause between the ages of 40 and 50. Read here what the typical symptoms of a so-called andropause are and how they can be treated.
The existence of menopause in men, also known as climacterium virile or andropause, is still disputed among experts and is often attributed to general signs of ageing. The fact is that the production of the male sex hormone testosterone and its precursor dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) gradually declines in men from the age of 30 and that the falling hormone levels can have a considerable impact on the performance of body and mind.
Typical symptoms of the male menopause
In contrast to the female menopause, there are major individual differences in men. In addition to increased complaints of the musculoskeletal system, an increased susceptibility to infections and metabolic diseases such as diabetes mellitus, high blood pressure, obesity, etc., typical menopausal complaints such as sweating, sleep disturbances, listlessness and potency complaints are now added.
Beginning at the age of 50, many notice, in addition to their degenerative age-related complaints, an unusually strong decline in physical and mental strength, increased irritability and imbalance up to complete exhaustion and depressive states. Not infrequently, the complaints are also accompanied by potency disorders and a decline in sexual needs.
How should you (man) treat andropause?
At first glance, the solution seems simple. Since menopausal symptoms are caused by a deficiency of testosterone or DHEA, the substitution of the sex hormone should eliminate the problem.
In fact, there is a whole range of preparations containing testosterone on the market. However, their use can lead to serious side effects if not handled properly and belongs in the hands of endocrinologists. Furthermore, it has not yet been clarified whether artificial hormone substitution does not also promote the development and/or growth of tumours.
Sustainable treatment of menopause in men
For this reason, a sustainable treatment concept for age and menopausal symptoms should aim at both a healthy lifestyle, avoiding extraordinary physical and psychological stress, and promote a balanced diet.
In addition, the regeneration and regulation of organ systems should also be supported directly. The focus here is on organ systems that are particularly affected by ageing processes, especially the hormone system.
In recent years, we have been able to show in the context of our biotechnological research that certain biomolecules, which could be specifically isolated from young cells, rejuvenate older organ tissues. This form of anti-ageing (rejuvenation) was particularly efficient when organ tissue of the same origin was used. Based on these findings, we consider the regular intake of the following organ preparations to be useful for ageing and menopausal complaints.
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With ManVital as drinking ampoules (cell peptides) enable your organism to quickly compensate for deficiencies and support organ functions. They are already absorbed by the oral mucosa. Since the signalling molecules are not synthetically produced but are of biological origin, they have a high bioavailability.
With is as capsule stimulate organ functions and compensate for deficiencies in the long term. The capsules are particularly suitable for long-term use. Support the organs permanently and naturally for more well-being.
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These nutrients are contained in ManVital:
B group vitaminsVitamins of the B group support the metabolism, participate in blood formation and are also important for the immune system. Our body cannot produce these vitamins itself. They must therefore be added to the diet or supplemented with food.
Vitamin B1 (thiamine): supports energy balance and is important for carbohydrate metabolism.
Vitamin B3 (niacin): supports the functions of the nervous system
Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid): The body needs pantothenic acid to release energy in food.
Vitamin B6Vitamin B6 also influences the functions of the nervous system.
Vitamin C: as an antioxidant protects the cells
Zinc: Zinc helps to protect cells from oxidative stress