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How to Cure and Prevent Diseases of Aging

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   AGELESS MAN 2020   

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Warning: This book explains the principles of the androgenic disease of andropause and is based on clinical biochemistry, dynamic biochemistry and molecular chemistry, which are not the subject of this book.

Sooner or later, starting from forty, each man knows various disorders: general tiredness, overweight, cardiovascular troubles, sexual problems, memory losses, irritability, and tendency to depress. Often, they put these disturbances on stress and overwork.

These disorders are actually due to a natural phenomenon easy to diagnose: the progressive reduction in the production of male hormones. It is the andropause disease. To neglect this phenomenon leads to early aging and the development of psychological problems, which can affect personal life.

However, for many years, the treatment of male aging exists. Thanks to suitable hormonal proportioning, it is possible to slow down aging and even to prevent it. But for lack of information or because they do not dare speak of their problems, men seldom resort to medicine.

Georges Debled MD., Associate Professor of Urology and specialist in andrology, joins together in these bright and precise book results of most recent medical research and its forty years experience on treatment and prevention of aging diseases. He presented this topic in Dallas in 1992. Unfortunately, generally, andropause disease is only recognized, occasionally and tardily by doctors, at its end-stage called Low Testosterone in old age.

But andropause disease has a commencement around forty, and sometimes before. That condition produces a pathologic fall in the production of dihydrotestosterone, the potent sexual hormone produced from the transformation of testosterone, and, consequently, sexual aging. With time, lack of androgens induces diabetes, high cholesterol, arterial rigidity and hypertension, cardiovascular diseases, osteoarthritis, hearing and eye troubles, nervous breakdown, Parkinson's and Alzheimer's diseases. Ageless Man explains the mechanisms of sexual aging, prostate problems, and conditions of aging since their early stages; and how to prevent them. Prevention of diseases of aging should be a priority for everyone who wants to live healthy longevity beyond eighty.

Ageless Man is already born. Do you want to be him?

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