Do hormone imbalances affect men, too?

In men, the amount of testosterone usually does not allow Estradiol to have any significant physiological effects on the body. If the amount of Estradiol compared to testosterone increases, physiological changes can take place such as broadening of the the mid section, enlarged breasts, decreased sex drive, and many other symptoms associated with low testosterone.

At all ages, men tend to have higher DHEA levels than women do. Studies have also shown that DHEA creates an increase in sexual aggressiveness, which is a sign that DHEA is indeed converted into testosterone.

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