Andropause And The Effects In Aging Male

Andropause And The Effects In Aging Male

Andropause, often called “male menopause,” is a condition marked and exacerbated by a slow but steady decline in endogenous testosterone production. Low testosterone levels give rise to several health conditions, including: 

  • fatigue
  • reduced muscle bulk/strength
  • low mood/depression
  • fewer spontaneous erections
  • loss of libido
  • decreased ability to concentrate
  • increased body fat

The difference between andropause and menopause is that the former is characterized by gradual declines in hormone levels, while in women, hormone levels drop suddenly.

Healthy men will usually experience a 1% drop in testosterone every year starting around age 40. This significant decline in testosterone levels is further closely linked with medical conditions such as obesity, metabolic syndrome, diabetes or hypertension.

The Effects Of Andropause

Testosterone deficiency syndrome (TDS)
is characterized by numerous symptoms, including low libido, increased fat mass, fatigue, erectile dysfunction or osteoporosis, and up to 80% of men will experience some kind of ageing males’ symptoms. This is caused by the age-depending decline in serum testosterone levels with concentrations being about 40–50% lower in men older than 60 years compared with young men. This is according to Researchers George and Henkel explain in their January 2014 paper published in Andrologia.

The conventional way of treating TDS is the testosterone replacement therapy (TRT), for which preparations are on the market. Or take LJ100® is an effective “natural alternative” to testosterone replacement therapy or TRT and has been shown to restore serum testosterone levels, thus significantly improving sexual health. This includes significant positive effects on bone health and physical condition of patients. In addition, a significant antihyperglycemic effect and cytotoxicity against PCas cells has been shown.

Late-onset hypogonadism (LOH)
is defined by reduced serum testosterone levels (either total testosterone or free testosterone). For many older men, this status can cause detrimental physiological issues, as well as depression.

One study published in the First International Journal of Andrologia (2011) investigated the effects of LJ100® in this population (13). In the study, 76 men with LOH were given 200 mg of LJ100® for one month. LJ100® significantly improved AMS scores. AMS scores improved from 10.5% at the study’s onset to 70.1% at its conclusion. Serum testosterone rose from 5.66 nm to 8.31 nm (46.82% increase). The percentage of men with testosterone levels in normal ranges at the study’s beginning was 35.5%; this increased to 90.8% after one month of daily LJ100® supplementation. Thus, LJ100® appears to be useful as a supplement in overcoming the symptoms of LOH and for the management of hypogonadism.

Other Benefits Of LJ100® In Aging Male 

Improve Androgen Deficiency. In a 2002 study presented at the First Asian Andrology Forum in Shanghai, China, 30 male patients took 100 mg of LJ100® for three weeks; Partial Androgen Deficiency In Aging Men (PADAM) scores improved by 82%, suggesting significant improvement in physical, vasomotor, psychological and sexual wellbeing. DHEA increased from 26% to 47%, SHBG decreased from 36% to 66% of subjects. Consequently, free testosterone levels increased from 39% to 73% in the LJ100® group (1).

Improve sexual, physical, psychology and vasomotor. In another study published in the International Journal of Andrology (2005), 20 male volunteers of various health conditions from the ages of 38 to 58 were randomly given either 200, 400, 600 mg of LJ100® or placebo for two months. The LJ100® group showed improvement in Sexual Health Inventory for Men, improvement in sexual desires and performance. Aging Males’ Score also showed improvement in sexual, physical, psychology and vasomotor domain. Testosterone and DHEA levels showed high normal levels when compared to baseline. In addition, LJ100® group were found to have high normal level of IGF-1 compared to placebo (17).

Whether you are in the middle age or senior group, you can benefit from tongkat ali in many ways. Start adding LJ100® to your dietary supplement and avoid testosterone decline related health conditions early on.

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