Male Menopause Night Sweats – Dealing with the Symptoms of Andropause

by Nick Swanson

Male Menopause Night Sweats

Male menopause is not something that is discussed as openly as female menopause. Most people know women go through a change late in their middle-age years. They stop menstruating and they are no longer able to conceive children. Men experience a similar change, though they do not lose the ability to father children.

Many of the symptoms are the same though and men often experience mood swings and a loss of interest in sexual activity. There is even such as a thing as male menopause night sweats. Dealing with the symptoms of male menopause often leaves men feeling frustrated and confused, but if they know what to expect, it can make the experience much easier.

Often, the most serious part of male menopause is the symptoms. The condition itself is not serious. It is perfectly natural, but it can lead to some unpleasant side effects. Many men choose to just muddle through and deal with the phase. In some cases, this is not that difficult because there is not significant change. Male menopause is caused by a decrease in testosterone, so if a man does not experience a drastic decrease, he might not notice many differences. Men who have other health problems, take medication, or who are prone to depression experience a higher risk of severe male menopause.

The testosterone imbalance is fairly easy to deal with in most cases. Once the imbalance is determined through blood testing, a doctor can prescribe hormone therapy to treat male menopause. Hormone therapy is often the chosen treatment for women, too. Women’s menopause can create an imbalance in estrogen and progesterone levels, as well as their testosterone. Restoring balance is the key to feeling better, so natural hormone treatments are considered the safest, most effective method for treating menopause in both men and women.

The biggest challenge men must overcome is talking about their problems. Male menopause sometimes leads to erectile dysfunction. Many men are uncomfortable discussing this type of problem with their doctors and their partners, so their male menopause goes untreated. When men understand the problem with ED is triggered by an imbalance in hormones, they are often willing to deal with the problem. They realize what they are going through is completely normal and a simple balancing of hormones can alleviate their discomfort and their problems with ED. As more and more men learn about male menopause, there will be improvements in medical treatments and fewer middle-aged men will suffer.