1. The reason why men's hearts change
Women have menopause, and women's hormones will change. But when men reach a certain age, why are they prone to mood swings, irritability and loneliness? This shows that men also have menopause, and they may become victims of male irritability syndrome, and more and more men suffer from this disease.
With the changing role of men in society, more people will suffer from this disease. Because more and more women enter the workplace, more men do not know what role they should play. As a result, men's economic status has been gradually replaced, which will naturally affect their emotions. In terms of social relations, women do not want to be with men who are not successful or have no ability to succeed, so they marry later. In addition, they are not willing to marry men who are less capable than them. Therefore, more men feel that they are unattractive and can't even win a woman's heart.
2. Male irritability syndrome
The study found that when the testosterone level of rams decreased, they became more irritable. The same can happen to men.
The medical term male irritability syndrome was first put forward by a Scottish researcher. He found that when the testosterone level of rams dropped sharply, they would become manic and angry, withdrawn and unreasonable. Later, he believed that this syndrome might also affect humans. He analyzed the data collected from more than 6000 men and found that about half of them said they felt depressed, depressed or negative all the time or most of the time.
The survey results show that 40% of the respondents are often or always in a state of irritability and irritability. Most people who admit that they have negative emotions also have hormonal fluctuations: testosterone decreases, accompanied by changes in brain chemistry, increased stress and loss of male sexual characteristics. Men aged 15 to 28 and 40 to 55 are more likely to suffer from male irritability syndrome.