Yes, men do begin to go through a type of hormone depletion predominantly at age 40-50, only I think it is called angio-pause because men do not obviously "menstruate". They have higher amounts of testosterone (as opposed to higher progesterone in women) and all other hormone levels become depleted and unbalanced as humans age causing them various physio/emotional upsets such as : lethargy, fatigued, irritability, and decreased sex drive (low libido) --just as women do. Women suffer from hot flashes. Sometimes hormone depletion's can in turn disrupt the thyroid causing excess weight gain. People suffering from hormone imbalance need to get their blood tested to insure a health professional balance hormone levels --usually a physician that specializes in holistic medicine for natural hormone replacement.
I am not a professional on this subject, nor do I trust most who claim they are. Anyone who is interested in a particular subject matter can read unbiased and scholarly information and do their own research to find out the best answers to their particular health problems, etc. Unfortunately and oftentimes, there is more "misinformation" to sift through since money motivates the resulting greed rather than love of the knowledge or profession.