LONDON, October 19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
According to research conducted on behalf of Propura, nearly 60% of 35-44 year olds are already taking some form of supplement. Studies also revealed that testosterone, which helps keep men energetic, healthy and sexually active, starts to plummet as early as age 30.
Sales in PrimeMale have increased 200% in the last two months, with the majority of customers falling into the 30+ age group.
Propura spokesman David Wright, said: "The type and range of supplements available has grown enormously in recent years and many are aimed at an aging population who want to maintain youthful vigour. Maintaining energy levels and mood is very important to the older generation, as well as encouraging a healthy libido.
"The rise in sales of PrimeMale reflects the increasing awareness about the effects of low testosterone. Many men are surprised that testosterone levels drop as early as in your 30s. Supplements like PrimeMale are allowing men to quickly turn back the clock on their testosterone levels which leads to other health benefits, too.
"As well as increasing testosterone levels and helping men feel younger, PrimeMale also helps men over 30 control blood sugar levels and regulate blood pressure. Other benefits include a better control of mood, making men less prone to depression. Our research shows that almost 76% of 35 - 44 year olds would consider taking supplements - this is the highest in any age range and we expect sales to increase further."
Propura is led by an experienced PhD research chemist and it creates some of today's most advanced science-driven formulations based on clinical studies, published in prestigious medical journals. The company works with 100 per cent natural vitamins, minerals, herbs, amino acids, and other natural ingredients that work together synergistically to achieve astonishing results.
PrimeMale™ is a breakthrough testosterone booster - the only one to contain a combination of 12 critical nutrients vital to men feel healthy, fit and energetic.
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