Experts Available to Discuss Irritable Male Syndrome
Posted Oct 01 2008 8:20pm
In a recent survey of 6,000 men, 40 percent of the participants claimed they were often or always irritable, according to an article by Newsweek. Psychotherapist Jed Diamond conducted the survey and believes the findings show an increase in men who suffer from irritable male syndrome. Many of the participants who claimed to be irritable were also experiencing a loss of testosterone. Researchers claim the syndrome can occur as a result of internal or external factors, such as losing a job, ending a personal relationship or experiencing a physical illness.
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