Men have imbalances too
Would you be surprised if I told you that I read that the average 100-year-old Okinawan male had a much higher level of testosterone than the average 30-year-old male in America and I am sure the same goes for the UK?
When we talk about male hormone imbalance, the most common hormone that may be imbalanced is testosterone and because hormone imbalance in men is hardly spoken about, the symptoms associated can often be disregarded.
The most common symptoms amongst men that may have low testosterone may include :
Deterioration in muscle strength, acne, lack of energy, disturbed sleep, memory loss, weight gain, frequent urination, anxiety & depression, irritability, and low sex drive and impotence.
And like most changes that negatively impact the body, if symptoms are ignored they can lead to health disorders such as:
· Erectile dysfunction
· Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH)
· Male pattern baldness
· Low libido