What happens when the male menopause?

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Usually men manifestations of menopause is not very visible, and gradually merge with the signs of old age. On display are complaining expressed only 20% of males.

  • "Tides", accompanied by a feeling of heat, sweating.
  • Tachycardia (rapid heart rate), changes in blood pressure, feeling short of breath, dizziness.
  • Aching pain in the left side of the chest, particularly in stressful situations.
  • There is a feeling of inner restlessness, irritability, nervousness, worsening memory and ability to concentrate the mind. A person becomes violent, angry, after angry outbursts usually comes apathy.

Most men have a critical age occurs between 50 and 60 years. This is the period when man begins to suffer a sense of inferiority due to the weakening of penile erection. Constant focus on this fact only makes matters worse, and the moral discomfort can turn into a disease, sometimes with serious consequences psychoneurotic.

Sexual dysfunction observed in 80 percent of men in the form of reduced desire and potency. In addition, the fading andproduction spermatozoa. Therefore older men 65-70 years (with a few exceptions) the ability to conceive is missing.

Especially pronounced decline in testosterone appears to change the structure and the violation of the prostate (prostate). Therefore, a major concern of menopause in men is an increase. The first signs of BPH may occur as early as30-40-year-old age. At 50 adenoma detected in approximately 50% of men, 60 years — 60% in 70 years — 70%.

Endocrine disorders are expressed in the sagging skin, the muscles, the appearance of the female type of obesity in the buttocks, thighs, chest, violation of the thyroid gland.

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