By the age of 40 most men have lost half the amount of testosterone than they had when they were 18, this drop in hormone level is called andropause.
While the decline is more gradual than in menopausal women, it is still present and shouldn’t be overlooked.
Optimizing your testosterone level has been shown to not only improve energy level, insomnia, mental clarity, mood, motivation, muscle mass, sexual function but also has been linked to decreased risks of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and Alzheimer’s disease.
There are options when it comes to your hormone balance. You can achieve great results with lifestyle, diet, nutrients, herbs, and/or hormone replacement therapy.
DHEA and testosterone are the most common hormones prescribed for male hormone optimization.
Forms of hormone replacement include: