Male hormone levels start of decline during a man's late 20's. Typically by age 35 low testosterone declines are noticeable and can have a negative impact on a man's personal and professional life.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) October 10, 2009
Famous for being the first male menopause therapy program in the U.S., reNEW MAN (renewman.com) continues to expand its male hormone education awareness through locally trained physicians. Dedicated to treating andropause, and other low testosterone symptoms, reNEW MAN is famous for its large network of trained physicians that can test, diagnose and treatment hormone deficiencies through safe, self-administered male hormone treatments.
The public understanding of 'male menopause,' also called, 'andropause' has been steady increasing. However, it is not yet a household term. Primarily caused by declining low testosterone (low T) levels, each man will experience symptoms of andropause, no one avoids the aging process. While the term male menopause might not be fully recognizable by many, the symptoms of the condition are all too familiar to men ages 35 and older:
- Decreased energy
- Loss of enthusiasm for life, work and family
- Increased irritability
- Hot flashes, including night sweats and trouble sleeping
- Decreased muscle tone
- Increased body fat (especially around the stomach)
- Decreased male libido
- Decreased ability to have an erection
While the presence of a menopause in women has widely been known for decades, it is only more recently attention has been paid to the existence of a menopause in men. Menopause in women is caused by a decrease is estrogen, the primary female hormone. In men, male menopause is caused by a decline in the primary male hormone, testosterone.
While some of the symptoms of female and male menopauses are similar, the key differentiator for men is that males begin experiencing menopause symptoms much earlier in life, typically during their mid-to-late thirties.
Jim Michels, founder of reNEW MAN explains "Male hormone levels start of decline during a man's late 20's. Typically by age 35 low testosterone declines are noticeable and can have a negative impact on a man's personal and professional life." He adds, "For men that recognize male menopause symptoms and want to safely replenish hormone levels back to normal levels experienced in their 20's, the reNEW MAN program is a safe, effective method to do so."
Why Men Pick the reNEW MAN Program:
Most clients of reNEW MAN summarize their reason for considering the program as 'I just want to feel like myself again.' Candidates for the reNEW MAN program tend to share some, or all of the following sentiments:
- Work: They want to regain passion and energy for their career.
- Family: They want to regain passion and energy for meaningful time with their families.
- Sex Life: They want to regain the passion and energy for a full mental and physical sexual relationship with their partner.
Popular Areas for Male Menopause Therapy and Low Testosterone Treatment:
Compared to just a decade ago, the number of men recognizing low testosterone symptoms and seeking male menopause therapy has skyrocketed. In particular, the following U.S. cities lead the country in popularity of male hormone therapy: Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, New York City, Philadelphia, Southeast Florida and Washington DC.
For additional information about male hormone treatment and the reNEW MAN national network of doctors, visit renewman.com or call 800-859-7511.
About re NEW MAN:
reNEW MAN specializes in the management of age-related male hormone replacement therapy and has done so for over 10 years. They provide information, clinical services and access to products that have been proven to reduce the symptoms of male menopause. reNEW MAN's experts work with their extensive network of doctors to provide safe, effective, and convenient care for their clients. For more information, visit renewman.com or call 800-859-7511.