Many people know that women suffer from menopausal symptoms, but in fact, male friends also develop menopausal symptoms, when they develop severe irritability, insomnia, and even high blood pressure, panic, chest pain in some men. Impotence and other phenomena, and these phenomena will seriously affect men’s normal life and work. Menopausal syndrome in men is mainly related to the decrease of androgen in men. When men develop the following symptoms, they should be on guard against the arrival of menopausal syndrome:
1. Skin flabby and itchy: menopausal men develop skin flabby and their muscles are not as strong and powerful as young people. This and middle-aged male diet more, less exercise, metabolic disorders related. Seafood is rich in iodine and unsaturated fatty acids, such as kelp and porphyra, to boost metabolism and protect the skin from itching symptoms that often occur in this age group.
2, endocrine disorder: when male climacteric arrives, what is most obvious is androgen can reduce a lot, cause the serious disorder of endocrinology, may have memory drop, fatigue, dizziness, wait for symptom to appear. You can rest, relax, and eat and exercise regularly. If there is still no relief, and appear bilateral goiter, exophthalmos, eye gaze and other symptoms, to doubt the possibility of hyperthyroidism.
Third, the symptoms of the urinary system: many menopausal men have frequent urination, dysuria, nocturnal urination frequency and other symptoms, which is related to the imbalance of androgen levels resulting in prostatic hyperplasia. Pay attention to the treatment of prostate hyperplasia, do light diet, quit smoking, quit drinking, eat less spicy food.
4. Poor quality of sexual life: lower androgen levels can lead to decreased sexual desire, decreased sexual activity, and low erectile hardness, etc. At this time can eat some can improve sexual function of food, such as lamb, shrimp, and so on, but also pay attention to sexual life not too much, lest feel tired.
Mental frailty: menopausal men tend to be sensitive, irritable, depressed, restless, or fearful, and lack confidence in doing things. The American Psychological Association recommends that menopausal men should not blame themselves, talk to family or trusted friends, and engage in activities that make you feel fulfilled. If you’re suddenly not interested in something you’re usually interested in, you should consider the possibility of depression.
Cardiovascular function instability: menopausal male vascular elasticity, atherosclerosis and other problems have emerged, prone to face flushing, sweating, palpitation, headache and other symptoms, but also prone to dyspnea, hand and foot numbness and other symptoms. Moderate intake of foods that improve cardiovascular function, such as mulberry, yam, longan, jujube, walnut, and so on. If you often appear shortness of breath, chest tightness and shortness of breath, you should be alert to arteriosclerosis, hypertension and other climacteric diseases high incidence.
7. Indigestion: men in this period tend to suffer from anorexia, abdominal distension, constipation, diarrhea and other symptoms. In peacetime, they should pay attention to a balanced diet, eat less food with high sugar, salt and oil content, and eat more fruits and vegetables.
Eight, lumbar leg joint pain: climacteric men will appear hunchback, joint pain, waist and leg weakness and so on. This can be supplemented by foods rich in protein and calcium. Excessive drinking, fatigue after joint pain aggravated, and at the same time have fever, fatigue, heart rate and other symptoms, gout may need to be vigilant.