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HEALTHY ANDROPAUSE, the Healthy, Safe, Effective Alternative to Andropause Therapy - The most comprehensive natural supplement to support a healthy Andropause and normal testosterone levels

The impact of decreasing androgens is known as andropause, also called “male menopause” or PADAM – Partial Androgen Deficiency in the Ageing Male. It is a normal part of ageing, although, for some men it is accompanied by a gradual and undesired decline in their sexuality, mood and overall energy. Sometimes it can even expose men to more serious health risks. As with women, andropause in males begins at a time when life often offers some of its greatest rewards. This site has been designed to arm you with actionable information about andropause – what causes it and what you can do about it. And if you are going through andropause, we hope this information will help you maintain a healthy and active quality of life throughout your middle years.

What is Andropause?

By the time men are between the ages of 40 and 55, they can experience a phenomenon similar to the female menopause, called andropause. Unlike women, men do not have a clear-cut signpost such as the cessation of menstruation to mark this transition. Both, however, are distinguished by a drop in hormone levels. Estrogen in the female, testosterone in the male. The bodily changes occur very gradually in men and may be accompanied by changes in attitudes and moods, fatigue, a loss of energy, sex drive and physical agility.

What’s more, studies show that this decline in testosterone can actually put one at risk for other health problems like heart disease and weak bones. Since all this happens at a time of life when many men begin to question their values, accomplishments and direction in life, it’s often difficult to realize that the changes occurring are related to more than just external conditions.

Unlike menopause, which generally occurs in women during their mid-forties to mid-fifties, men’s “transition” may be much more gradual and expand over many decades. Attitude, psychological stress, alcohol, injuries or surgery, medications, obesity and infections can contribute to its onset.

Although with age, a decline in testosterone levels will occur in virtually all men, there is no way of predicting who will experience andropausal symptoms of sufficient severity to seek medical help. Neither is it predictable at what age symptoms will occur in a particular individual. Each man’s symptoms may be also different.

Why is it important to treat andropause?

Apart from the impact that andropause may have on your quality of life, there are other longer-term and silent effects of andropause that are harder to track: increased cardiovascular risk and osteoporosis.

Do you have andropause?

Andropause is a hormone-related condition of low-testosterone. It usually occurs in males aged 40 and onwards. If you have few of these symptoms you probably have andropause.

  • Nervousness
  • Irritability
  • Fatigue
  • Depression
  • Decreased or absent libido
  • Decrease or absent potency
  • Memory and concentration decreased
  • Fear
  • Numbness and Tingling
  • Tachycardia, palpitations & dyspnea
  • Unnecessary worry
  • Loss of Interest

How Healthy Andropause can help you?

HEALTHY ANDROPAUSE contains the following ingredients that have been used for centuries to treat a variety of hormone disorders:

Eurycoma Longifolia, commonly known as Tongkat Ali in Malaysia and Pasak Bumi in Indonesia, is a shrub-tree found growing wild along the hilly slopes of the rainforest of Malaysia and other parts of Southeast Asia. Tongkat Ali (Ali’s walking stick) has been commonly prescribed in Malay and Asli’s herbal medicine as a febrifuge and a remedy for intermittent fever (malaria), ulcer, and as a aphrodisiac for men. In Indonesia, the plant is called “Pasak Bumi” and the roots are used for traditional treatment of dysentery and tertian malaria. In Vietnam, the plant is called “Cay Ba Binh”, the tree that cures a hundred diseases. Longjack is in the Superior Class of herbs having powerful and numerous benefits in the system.

Primary Benefits:

  • Improve testosterone production
  • Improve physical and mental performance
  • Enhance energy level, endurance, and stamina
  • Reduce mental fatigue and exhaustion
  • Tone skin and muscle
  • Improve immune system

Tribulus Terrestris is an herb also known as the puncture vine, and has been used for centuries in Europe as a treatment for impotence and as a stimulant to help enhance sexual drive and performance. On the athletic front, this potent herb has been studied and observed to enhance LH (luteinizing hormone) production and raise testosterone levels. The increased testosterone levels by Tribulus Terrestris will have a positive effect on strength and stamina. Atheletes are using Tribulus Terrestris to help ensure their own natural levels of testosterone are at a normal level at all times. Tribulus Terrestris does not work the way prohormones such as Androstenedione and DHEA. It is a natural stimulant of LH. In fact, a person that has used a prohormone, should use Tribulus Terrestris on the “off cycle” to help their own testosterone levels return to normal, which is what the prohormone will suppress. On the “off cycle”, many men feel weak, tired, and moody because their own natural testosterone levels have been suppressed. Tribulus Terrestris will help alleviate these symptoms.

Clinical studies in Bulgaria showed Tribulus Terrestris improved reproductive functions, including increased sperm production and testosterone levels in men. Among women, Tribulus Terrestris increased the concentration of hormones including estradiol, with testosterone being very slightly influenced, thereby improving reproductive function, libido, and ovulation.

What does it do?

  • Increases the natural level of testosterone.
  • Increases strength and stamina
  • Alleviates tired, weak moody feelings on the “off cycle” of a prohormone
  • Stimulates sexual drive and performance
  • Increases sperm production
  • Improves reproductive function, libido, and ovulation

Horny Goat Weed (epimedium): Epimedium is a pungent ornamental herb found in Asia and the Mediterranean. The Chinese call epimedium Yin Yang Huo, which loosely means “licentious goat plant.” Legend has it that the name horny goat weed came from a herder who noticed his goats becoming more sexually active after eating the plant. Supplement companies have adopted the provocative name by which it is known in the U.S.

Horny goat weed was named epimedium because it is similar to a plant found in the ancient Asian kingdom of Media, now a part of Iran. Epimedium is a genus of many related plant species and some are used for medicinal purposes, including Epimedium sagittatum, Epimedium brevicornum, and Epimedium koreanum. Although epimedium has a history of traditional use for disorders of the kidneys, joints, and liver, its principle use in the United States is as an aphrodisiac and to combat fatigue.

Muira puama (Ptychopetalum olacoides) is a Brazilian shrub with a long history in South American folk medicine as an aphrodisiac and sexual tonic for promoting virility and treating impotence.

Human studies have substantiated the use of muira puama for improving libido and treating erectile dysfunction. In one study conducted at the Institute of Sexology in Paris, France under the supervision of Dr. Jacques Waynberg, 262 male patients experiencing lack of sexual desire and the inability to attain or maintain an erection were treated with 1 to 2.5 grams of muira puama extract a day...

Maca- In Peruvian herbal medicine today, maca is reported to be used as an immunostimulant; for anemia, tuberculosis, menstrual disorders, menopause symptoms, stomach cancer, sterility (and other reproductive and sexual disorders); and to enhance memory. Maca has been growing in world popularity over the last several years due to several large U.S. marketing campaigns touting its energizing, fertility enhancement, hormonal balancing, aphrodisiac, and, especially, enhanced sexual performance properties. Other (anecdotal) herbal medicine uses in the U.S. and abroad include increasing energy, stamina, and endurance in athletes, promoting mental clarity, treating male impotence, and helping with menstrual irregularities, female hormonal imbalances, menopause, and chronic fatigue syndrome.

Bioperene - In studies, Bioperene (Black pepper – piper nigrun fruit extract) increases absorption of other nutrients from 30 to 250% via a process called thermogenesis. Recent studies have shown that it can greatly increase the bioavailabbility of other compounds – such as vitamins, minerals, and herbal substances.

DHEA has a significant impact on lean body mass. DHEA is a catalyst for heathier, leaner eating habits, while blocking cortisols catabolic efffects on muscle mass. DHEA may have a profound influence on positive body composition favoring lean muscle tissue accrual.

  • DHEA has important metabolic effects.
  • DHEA may help decrease cholesterol levels.
  • DHEA regulates all other hormones.
  • DHEA is a precursor of estrogen and testosterone.
  • DHEA assists homeostasis after stress reaction.
  • DHEA has major antioxidant properties.
  • DHEA may help to maintain youth and health.
  • DHEA helps to stabalize weight.

Ginseng - In the spirit of this wide- ranging action, ginseng has been shown in human studies to:

  • Have a long-term anti-stress effect
  • Improve physical and mental performance, memory, and reaction time
  • Enhance mood
  • Treat Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  • Relieve hangover symptoms and improve alcohol clearance
  • Improve congestive heart failure, blood circulation to the heart, and lower cholesterol
  • Treat anxiety when due to stress
  • Stabilize diabetes
  • Lessen symptoms of menopause, including vaginal atrophy

Nettle (Urtica dioica) has been used since the Bronze Age, initially the fibers from the stalks were used to make a cloth similar to linen. In fact, the name nettle comes from words meaning "textile plant". It is called "stinging nettle" because it can cause an itchy painful irritation upon contact with the skin. Nettle is a perennial that grow up to 5 feet with lance-shaped leaves and green flowers. It is an alkalizing herb that is rich in minerals, especially iron and is also a source of carotenoids and vitamin C. Nettles have been used in Europe for many years for treating a host of disorders.

It is best to take capsules made from freeze-dried nettles.

Our Freeze Dried Nettles 400 mg are available in 60 vegetarian capsules.

Research Indicates

  • May support healthy histamine response
  • May support healthy immune function
  • May support healthy prostate function
  • May support healthy inflammatory response
  • May help the body remove excess fluid

Research on  L-Arginine Indicates

  • May support healthy cholesterol balance
  • May support healthy immune function
  • Aids in liver detoxification by neutralizing ammonia
  • May support healthy wound healing
  • Necessary nutrient for proper blood flow to the heart
  • Promotes the production of hormones that stimulate growth and development
  • Important component of collagen
  • Important for muscle growth and tissue repair

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