What are the performances of male menopause?

Speaking of menopause, almost no one knows about women, but there are not so many people paying attention to men. Most people think that only women have menopause, but in fact men also have menopause.

Today, I will tell you what the men’s menopause is all about.

Male menopause
Male menopause

What is male menopause?

Male menopause refers to a specific period of men’s transition from middle-aged to old-age. In 1939, the Istanbul psychologist Heller first proposed that it is a transitional period from male to female in the male hormone level, biochemical environment and mental state.

What are the performances of male menopause?

It is currently believed that most male menopause starts from 40 to 55 years old, and can be as early as 35 years old or delayed to 65 years old. However, not all men will have clinical symptoms after entering menopause. According to statistics, 30% to 40% of middle-aged men may have different degrees of menopausal symptoms and signs. If the process is too intense and exhibits a certain degree of physical and mental abnormalities and/or signs, it is called male climacteric syndrome.


Physiological symptoms:

Physical and energy decline, loss of appetite, constipation or diarrhea, bone and joint pain, decreased muscle mass and muscle strength, frequent fatigue, backache, and abdominal obesity.


Mental and psychological symptoms:

Insufficient energy, memory loss, irritability, irritability, lack of self-confidence, suspected suspicion or apathy, neurological disorders, headaches, insomnia, etc.


Nervous system symptoms:

May have a feeling of poor breathing, local numbness, tingling, cold limbs, indefinite pain or skin sensation; autonomic dysfunction is mainly cardiovascular symptoms, such as facial flushing, sweating, palpitations, Blood pressure fluctuations, dizziness, tinnitus; neurasthenic manifestations, such as insomnia, less dreams, easy to wake up, forgetfulness, slow response.


Sexual dysfunction:

Decreased androgen levels, decreased libido, decreased sexual activity, erectile dysfunction, decreased libido, etc.

How to adjust male menopause?


Psychological adjustment:

Properly control your emotions, cultivate a variety of interests and hobbies to cultivate sentiment.


Pay attention to proper diet and balanced nutrition:

To achieve a reasonable mix of coarse and fine, sputum and vegetarian and main and non-staple food, eat more fresh vegetables and fruits, eat less sugar and fat foods, limit the intake of animal fat and fat.


Adhere to proper exercise every day:

Do more outdoor activities and participate in some physical exercises such as jogging, playing, dancing and so on.


Develop good habits:

Eat regularly, drink moderately, and ensure adequate sleep time.


Timely psychological evacuation:

You can find family and friends to vent, and let out the psychological depression.


medical treatement:

Severe cases need to go to a regular hospital for treatment in a timely manner.

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