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The aim of this study was to clarify the actual status of male climacteric symptoms in rotating night shift workers and how to cope with the symptoms. We planned a self-administered questionnaire survey in male rotating night shift workers. Male climacteric symptoms were evaluated by using the Aging Males' Symptoms (AMS) scale. Of 1891 questionnaires that were sent, 1561 were collected. There were significant differences in total AMS scores among the age groups. In all age groups, there were high proportions of men with increased need for sleep and often feeling tired (64.9%) and decrease in muscular strength (60.7%). There were significant differences in AMS scores for somatic symptoms between men in their 20 s and those in their 40 s or 50 s and between men in their 30 s and those in their 50 s and in AMS scores for sexual symptoms between men in their 20 s and those in their 30 s, 40 s, 50 s or 60 s, between men in their 30 s and those in their 40 s, 50 s or 60 s and between men in their 40 s and those in their 50 s or 60 s. Significant age-dependent differences are found in somatic symptoms and sexual symptoms in rotating night shift workers.

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Sachiko Kubo, Toshiyuki Yasui, Yukie Matsuura, Masahito Tomotake. Differences in male climacteric symptoms with aging among rotating night shift workers. The aging male : the official journal of the International Society for the Study of the Aging Male. 2020 Dec;23(5):995-1003


PMID: 31397630

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