In daily life, the aunt of a middle-aged woman no longer comes as agreed, always sweats and loses her temper nervously. We often say that she is menopause. In fact, menopause is not the exclusive right of women. After the age of 40 to 50, many men have also experienced symptoms of menopause - fatigue, sweating, bad temper, decreased libido
Male menopause is medically known as androgen deficiency syndrome in middle-aged and elderly men, and male testosterone decreases. Generally speaking, the vast majority of male menopause begins at the age of 40-50. The symptoms of male menopause are mainly manifested in the following aspects:
Symptoms of male menopause
1. Poor physical strength, old insomnia
With the growth of age, the physical strength of men in menopause decreases, the intelligence and space technology activities that are prone to fatigue and weakness are prone to decline, insomnia is prone to occur, and the muscles and muscle volume that are prone to sleep disorders are reduced, and the waist is soft.
2. Tempered, easy to be pessimistic
Menopausal men are prone to depression with decreased memory, thinking ability and attention, apathy, depression, pessimism and disappointment, loss of enthusiasm for life, mental tension, irritability, suspicion, etc.
3. Sweating heavily, often palpitating
It is very easy to have symptoms such as facial redness, sweating, palpitation and headache.
4. Sexual decline
The time and hardness of erection decreased, and the frequency of sexual life decreased.
5. Indigestion and abdominal distension
Male climacteric patients have the same symptoms as female climacteric patients, such as anorexia, dyspepsia, abdominal distension after eating, bitter pantothenic acid, constipation or diarrhea. It should be noted that for a specific patient, the above symptoms may not all occur, but some symptoms and some symptoms may occur.
Men who have a healthy lifestyle, balanced diet and nutrition, moderate exercise, good social relations, and harmonious family relations, have delayed menopause.
How should men recuperate during menopause?
1. Emotional abreaction
When there are bad feelings about work and life problems, don't be unhappy in your heart, and find ways to vent. One is self-persuasion and self-emancipation, such as changing the perspective to think about problems, and the other is to use others to liberate emotions, chat with family and friends or consult professional psychologists. Revealing bad emotions can help maintain the mental health of men during menopause.