Do you find you, or someone you care about, is becoming more irritable and angry? IMS can occur at any time in a man’s life, though it is most common between the ages of 14 and 25 when testosterone is on the rise and between 40 and 55 when it is declining. The most common causes include hormonal fluctuations, biochemical changes, increasing stress, and changes in the male role or self-image. Common symptoms include, hypersensitivity, anxiety, frustration, and anger. It can start out mild, but can become increasingly serious if not treated. Are you concerned? Take the quiz and learn more.
Irritable Male Syndrome
February 13, 2012 By