Of all the intricate and interconnecting components that comprise the biology of the human body, perhaps none suffers a worse rap than hormones.
Especially among women, hormones get blamed for myriad issues, problems and conditions—both real and presumed.
For every brother, son or husband who has watched helplessly as a sister, mother or wife deals with monthly “hormone issues,” there probably is a female who might be thinking, “Not so fast there. Men's health involves hormone issues, too, you know.”
And it's true. In some ways, hormones are non-gender specific. But there also is a group of hormones affecting men's health known as “the male hormones” (with testosterone arguably being the most well known of all).