Andropause, also known as the “male menopause”, occurs as hormone levels, particularly testosterone, decline with age. This happens naturally in men from age 30 onwards with some men become symptomatic when their testosterone levels fall below a critical level. This level differs for each man, so it is important to pay close attention to changes in behaviour and physical symptoms.

What Are The Symptoms of Andropause?

Common symptoms of andropause can include:
Tiredness, fatigue, or “burnout syndrome’ (decreased drive and ambition)
Decreased strength and lean body mass
Poor sleep patterns
Diminished libido
Memory loss
Erectile dysfunction
Decreased morning erections and decreased erection strength