Upon reaching and passing the age of 40, men start noticing lack of erection hardness. This process is accompanied by bone loss, hair loss, problems with calculation and memory, as well as different sleeping disorders like insomnia. More and more often they feel somewhat ill and lose motivation. From time to time they sweat too much, feel that their muscles lose strength and many men experience panic attacks. For some men weight gain is typical, and their sexual power decreases when they cannot get an erection when they actually need it. A frequent symptom is sexual dysfunction, and many men suffer from depression.

Men who reach the midlife age usually have lack of erection hardness. It can vary depending upon the individual characteristics of the person.This condition can influence the self-assurance and peace of mind of the person. At times it is really devastating. Andropause, sometimes colloquially called “man-opause”, is a menopause-like condition in aging men.

There are physical causes for this condition and it happens when testosterone level diminishes little by little. This process starts at about 30 and then there is 10% decline every decade. Testosterone is a principal male hormone responsible for sexuality, sperm production, the growth of body hair, increased muscle and bone mass. It is also essential for health and well-being and its decrease cannot be unnoticed.