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Title: Are You Suffering From Male Menopause?

Author: Sherri Solomon

Article:
The Natural Solution for Improved Sexual Performance

Almost all men experience occasional difficulty achieving or aintaining an erection at some point in their lives. This can
put a serious cramp in their sex lives, not to mention the adverse impact on libido and self esteem. Between 12 and 30
million men in the United States are affected by sexual performance problems according to recent estimates. About 52% of
men between the ages of 30 and 70 currently have some degree of Erectile Dysfunction (ED). In the past libido and erection
problems were thought to be nonexistent or "all in a man's mind". Men were often given useless advice such as: "don't
worry" or "just relax". Society and the medical community have made great strides in recognizing the prevalence of ED and the
identification of ED in those experiencing it. Today we understand that physical factors are often the cause when
someone is experiencing persistent Erectile Dysfunction. In fact, the cause of ED is physical in nature, not psychological,
for approximately 90% of those experiencing it.

Between the ages of 30 and 55, men may experience a phenomenon similar to female menopause called andropause, or Male
Menopause. Unlike women, men do not have a clear signal to mark the transition into Male Menopause, such as the cessation of
menstruation. Despite the lack of similarity in recognizable onset between female and Male Menopause, Female Menopause and
Male Menopause are both characterized by a marked drop in hormone levels - estrogen in women and testosterone in men.

The onset of Male Menopause usually occurs gradually and many times may be accompanied by changes in attitude and mood, as
well as sex drive and physical agility. Other potential signs of Male Menopause include the following:

Loss of interest in sex;

Decreased sexual performance;

Weakened or absence of erections;

Lack of energy;

Weight gain; and

Decreased strength and/or endurance.

Are you experiencing any of the mentioned symptoms most notably a loss of libido? Are you having difficulty achieving or
maintaining an erection? Has your sexual relationship with your partner been suffering? Could you be suffering from Male
Menopause? Is There A Natural Solution?

New "Male Menopause" Products On The Horizon

Optimal Therapeutics is a nutraceutical company has focused on developing a cutting edge product formulated to address not only
the Erectile Dysfunction, but also the underlying hormonal imbalance of Male Menopause and its associated menopausal
symptoms. This notable product is called Viastat. Viastat has gained much attention throughout the nutraceutical industry
because of its ability to boost testosterone levels naturally. In addition, the Viastat formulation addresses penile blood
flow. Viastat's approach for treatment of Erectile Dysfunction is more complete than other formulations currently on the market
that only address the treatment of penile blood flow.

It is surprising that it has taken this long for a natural formulation to come to market for treatment of Male Menopause
when there have been numerous products to address female menopause on the market for some time. The impact of decreasing
testosterone levels can be a difficult thing to accept for most men despite it's being a normal part of the aging process. Male
Menopause begins at a time when life often offers some of its greatest rewards. Don't let Male Menopause hamper your ability
to enjoy a vibrant sex life and experience a healthy quality of life through your middle years. At last, Viastat provides a
natural way to address this issue and its associated symptoms.

About the author:
Sherri Solomon is an avid health and fitness enthusiast and published author. Many of her insightful lifestyle articles can
be found at the premier online health news magazine
http://www.consumerhealthdigest.com

 

 

 

 


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