Male Anti-Aging/Hormone Balance

Symptoms of menopause in women are well studied, but the male equivalent andropause ADM (androgen deficiency in male) is essentially ignored. Men suffer needlessly from testosterone deficiency either because hormone deficiency goes unrecognized or the male does not talk about it, especially as it relates to any perceived decline in sexual function.

Recent medical research shows that replenishing low testosterone deficiencies provided significant improvement in sexual function and libido, mood, increased energy and general well-being for men

 

What is Male Menopause (Andropause):

 As men age, their ability to produce important hormones such as testosterone declines with age. This age-related hormone decline is called Male Menopause, (“Andropause” or “manopause”), sometimes referred to as “androgen deficiency”, “hypogonadism”, “menopause and men”, or “men’s menopause”. This decline is a natural part of aging – no man escapes it. Proper hormone production in men and the balance of hormones like testosterone in men are crucial to a man’s happy and healthy quality of life. Reduced male hormone production can cause premature aging, chronic illness and dangerous prostate growth. You have the ability to deal with the symptoms your father did not.  CCS offers a safe and effective way to restore your hormones to healthy levels.

 

What are the symptoms of male menopause:

 If you are suffering from any of the following symptoms, take the first step to reclaiming your life :

 

  • Fatigue
  • Memory Loss
  • Muscle Loss
  • Erectile Dysfunction
  • Weight Gain
  • Low Sex Drive
  • Depression
  • Hair Loss
  • Sleep Disturbance

 

At What Age Do Most Men Start To Go Through Andropause:

 For some men andropause can start occurring at the young age of 30. But it’s normal for male menopause to occur any time.

 

Andropause Age Chart:

  • Age 30 + — 10 %
  • Age 35 + — 25%  
  • Age 40 + — 50 %
  • Age 45 + — 75 %
  • Age 50 & Older – 100%

 

Benefits of Supplemental Testosterone

 

Renewed Interest in Sex

In men, testosterone is the hormone that increases sex drive and libido. Increased sex drive through proper hormonal balance usually results in more frequent initiating of sex, prolonged sexual enjoyment and overall greater enjoyment of the sexual experience. As in men, women also experience enhanced sex drive; studies in women have shown it may increase the intensity of the orgasm.

 

 Increased Lean Muscle

 

Significant increases in the male body’s muscle tone, lean muscle mass, and a rapid recovery from exercise occur as a result of achieving normal testosterone hormone levels in males.