MANopause was a term coined by a 2014 Time magazine article of the same name. While menopause affects women and is a natural decline of the female hormone estrogen, MANopause (also known as andropause) affects men, and is a progressive reduction of the male hormone testosterone. Testosterone is vital for building and maintaining bone mass, muscle mass, strength, and the production of red blood cells and sperm.
Tips for preventing Low T
A few simple lifestyle changes may help maintain your overall health, and healthy testosterone levels, including:
- Get between 7-8 hours of sleep per night
- Maintain a healthy weight
- Exercise regularly (at least 30 minutes per day)
- Practice daily stress management to minimize stress
- Review medications with your doctor to make sure they aren’t causing a drop in testosterone
What are the signs and symptoms of MANopause, or Low T?
Low testosterone levels may cause a number of symptoms, including:
- Decreased libido
- Difficulty getting or maintaining an erection
- Decreased energy
- Irritability and mood swings
- Loss of muscle mass or strength
- Increased body fat around the abdomen and chest
- Hot flashes
- Dry, thinning skin
- Excessive sweating
- Reduced concentration
Low T treatment options
At SynergenX, we treat Low T with hormone replacement therapy (HRT). We tailor your treatment and dose to your individual needs, and continually adjust your dose as your T levels rise and fall. This strategy helps most men achieve a marked, positive change and a reinvigorated life and sense of self.
“Love this place—all the staff are very friendly. Come see John, he will put you on the right track to feeling your best.” – Jimmy S., A Low T patient in Northeast San Antonio.
Potential side effects of HRT
Before beginning any hormone therapy, talk to your doctor about potential side effects, which may include:
- Leg cramps
Contact the healthcare professionals at SynergenX Health at 888-219-7259 for exceptional low T treatment. We’re committed to doing what’s best for you and your specific health needs. With men’s Low T clinics in Houston, San Antonio, Dallas and Chicago, it’s easy to find a way to start feeling, and looking GREAT again!