The years after andropause (male menopause) are a major transition for the male brain. The fuels that are running a man’s brain circuits change more toward oxytocin and estrogen and away from vasopressin and testosterone. Men are also winding down careers and looking for new and interesting projects to keep them busy and “in the game,” or at least on the sidelines. Up until maturity, many men feel burdened by family commitments and even by intimate relationships. But after andropause, they may, like [my client] Tom, have the time and temperament to appreciate family and friends more. … Back to Article
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