Men’s Health

What Supplements Should Men Over 30 Take?

If you’re a man over the age of 30, you’ve probably started noticing that you don’t always feel as young as you used to. There will be some days when you wake up feeling energized and others when you feel like you’re ten times older than you are. If you feel like your bones are starting to “creak,” it’s time to take some supplements that are perfect for men over 30. Bone and Joint Support It’s not your imagination. Men over 30 do experience some loss of bone and joint integrity. This can be caused by years of poor dietary

What Supplements Should Men Over 40 Take?

Once you get into your 40s, your body undergoes some changes that you need to keep up with. These wellness challenges include additional stress, reduced energy levels, sex drive changes, heart health changes, urinary tract challenges, prostate health risks, aging skin and fatigue. Remember that these things can come on gradually, but they can be stopped or hindered with the correct supplementation. Here are some recommended supplements for each condition. Stress Ashwagandha is an adaptogenic herb that has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for centuries. Adaptogenic herbs are ones that specifically help to fight the effects of stress. Ashwagandha has

Destigmatizing Sexually Transmitted Diseases & Mental Illness

Fiery sex is no joke. That burning sensation might be a sign that you might have a sexually transmitted infection (STI) like gonorrhea or chlamydia, but don’t worry – there’s a condom, cream, pill, or shot for that. Even though STI’s pose a serious and very real public health problem, the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that over 448 million new cases of curable STIs, such as syphilis, chlamydia, gonorrhea and trichomoniasis, occur worldwide, we need to keep perspective that many are STIs are both preventable and easily treated. I say this because while the physical side effects of STIs

Know and Control Some of the Risk Factors of Prostate Cancer

Almost one man in every nine will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in his lifetime. Those are distressing statistics about one of the most common forms of cancer that strikes men. Prostrate cancer has definite risk factors. In order to help prevent prostate cancer, keep in mind these known risk factors. Age The older a man gets, the higher the risk that he might get prostate cancer. Of course, you can’t control aging. But you can get prostate cancer screening on a routine basis as you age. That way if you do get prostate cancer, you can get treatment right away. Exposure to Agent Orange Veterans who were exposed to Agent