Symptoms may include:
Abdominal weight gain
Decrease in libido and erectile function
As Andropausal hormone deletion progresses, the risk of Alzheimer’s, cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis and other chronic disease increases. While a decline in hormone production may be a natural consequence of aging, it is not mandatory! Replacing youthful hormone levels can protect against chronic disease, increase vitality and support graceful aging.
Hair Loss and Thinning Hair
Hair loss occurs when the hair follicle shrinks and weakens at the root of the hair shaft. this is caused by genetics as well as environmental factors, such as hormonal changes, stress, illness, auto-immune disease, certain drugs, and malnutrition.
A build up of hormones and a loss of nutrients can cause the follicles to harden and thin, which may lead to the thinning and shrinking of the hair shaft. Eventually, the hair can no longer grow out of the scalp, causing the scalp to become exposed.The hair loss then spreads, leading to male or female-pattern baldness.
When roots are still present, it is possible to prevent and reverse hair loss.