Thursday, March 15, 2012

Men & Menopause

Perfect Man does not happen. Everyone has their little secrets, quirks and complexes. It is believed that all systems - from childhood. But there is a category of complexes, which are carefully disguised as individual character traits, and characterized, mostly men.

The man simply must be courageous and strong, he should try to be a leader and never cry. Gender stereotypes permeated the entire male being, - since my childhood ... This belief is often corrupts men, turning them into slaves of their own brutality.

Menopause - a natural stage in the life of man, which normally occurs between the ages of 45 to 60 years. During this period violated the mechanisms of regulation of the hypothalamus, pituitary, testicles, providing its sexual function, decreased production of sex hormones, which in turn leads to a change in hormone balance, metabolism, restructuring of many organs and systems.

For most men, who in his youth observe proper work and rest, regularly engaged in physical exercise, eat rationally, do not abuse alcohol and smoking, nervous and endocrine systems are easier and faster to adapt to the coming of age adjustment, and it runs quietly. And those who have adaptive mechanisms are weakened by disease, injury and, more importantly, chaotic lifestyles, suffer menopause sometimes very hard. They most often develop cardiovascular disorders, neuroses. They do not come to a head hot flashes, sudden reddening of the face and neck, increased sweating, dizziness. In severe, pathological course of menopause is often the hands and feet numbness, tingling of the skin, a flicker of "flies" in front of his eyes. Periodically there is a long time, and sometimes for several days, takes the headache, mainly in the back of the head and neck. Some men, especially masculine and matured, becoming suspicious, irritable and very rapidly, sometimes not adequately respond to the most ordinary situations of life. Often they have lost interest in the work of the same hobbies and appears depressed, unmotivated anxiety.

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