What are the Top 3 Questions People Ask About Androtrex®?
1. What is andropause? Information published by Cedars Sinai Medical Center describes Andropause as the decline of hormones, including testosterone, in aging men. The process can be the catalyst for other changes, such as loss of libido, sexual function, changes, physical changes, and depression.  According to the University of Texas Medical School at Houston, testosterone levels typically drop at or around age 40.  By age 50, loss of libido, erectile dysfunction, fatigue, and depression are extremely common.
2. What other factors affect testosterone production? Men with type 2 diabetes experience more symptoms of andropause, including depression, erectile dysfunction, and sleep problems.  Lifestyle choices such as smoking, drinking alcohol, and a lack of exercise can exacerbate symptoms of andropause.
3. Can women take Androtrex®? The ingredients in Androtrex® can be just as beneficial for women as they are for men.