Andropause (Male Menopause)

Man has sad, woman consoling him in bedroom

You’re experiencing low sex drive, you’re energy level isn’t up to par and your strength isn’t what it was. They’re conditions that occur in any aging male, but they’re also related to a drop in hormone production. And that’s what andropause is, an emotional and physical change that many men go through.

It’s been known for a long time that hormones produced in the testes reduce as men get older. But lately more attention is being paid to what can be done about this condition clinically. Where men used to shrug it off as an expected part of the aging process, physicians are now discovering medical solutions to address these symptoms. If you’d like to know the more technical names for the condition they are male climacteric andropause, late onset hypogonadism, or androgen decline in the aging male (ADAM).

There are a few more things to be aware of. Andropause doesn’t happen to everyone, but if it does, it’s not a sudden condition; it creeps up on you gradually. So, although it’s sometimes referred to as male menopause, it’s different from what women experience, which is an abrupt change in hormone levels accompanying the end of the reproductive cycle.


You should know that andropause is fairly common, and chances of getting it increase the older you get.

  • At 40-49 years of age, about 2% to 5% of men have it.
  • From 50-59 It jumps to anywhere from 6% to 40% of the population.
  • If you’re 60-69 years-of-age your likelihood is somewhere in the 20-45% range.
  • From 70-79 it affects about 34% to 70%.
  • And when you’re over 80 about 91% of men have it.

The numbers aren’t a strict science. But the treatment is, and that means that if you are concerned, at any age, you should see a doctor to find out what can be done.


As we’ve said, andropause is not a sudden condition; it creeps up on you gradually. You might detect the onset of andropause if any or all of these occur:

  • Diminished sexual desire and erectile quality. In particular, a decrease in nocturnal erections is a significant sign of decreased androgens with a decrease in intellectual activity, fatigue, depression, anger, and poor spatial orientation.
  • Mood changes. This sometimes comes with a loss of intellectual activity, fatigue, depression, anger, and poor spatial orientation.
  • Lean body mass reduces along with muscle mass and strength.
  • A loss of body hair.
  • Bone density decreases resulting in osteoporosis. Osteoporosis can lead to the occurrence of bone fractures and breaks.
  • An increase in fat around internal organs.

Understand that these are symptom guidelines. Andropause affects different men in different ways and to different degrees. There are men who may get one or two of these symptoms, and may just notice the other symptoms occurring minimally or not at all.

Natural Treatment the best way to reverse the symptoms of Andropause

Although diet and exercise are crucial to maintain a healthy weight and physique, we recommend the Manna Andropause supplement to help increase testosterone the natural way. This product was formulated with the best phyto-testosterones (plant derived testosterones) to help improve vascular health, increase prostatic health and ultimately increase the testosterone levels to counteract the symptoms related with “male menopause”.


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  1. says

    I am currently suffering from andropause and let me let you…it can be the worse thing in the world on certain days.

    Stick to natural remedies like exercise and a sensible diet and try to avoid any kind of HRT, because I’ve seen a dear friend rapidly deteriorate after using Androgel.