Men have a tendency to take care of their bodies on the outside. They go to the gym, lift weights and do various other exercises that will give them a great physique. But what do they do for their inner bodies? This may be one of the reasons that men come down with diseases that are often preventable with a little knowledge. As men, we need to do a little more research and have an understanding of what we can do to protect our inner bodies.
Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in men. At firdt the symptoms of the disease are asymptomatic; for this reason it is commonly referred to as the silent killer. Prostate cancer has very few early symptoms and those such as trouble urinating or painful ejaculation are also symptoms of much less serious disease such as enlarged prostate. (more…)
You are looking for hypertension help because you do not want to be on medication the rest of your life. Unfortunately, your doctor will not be any help. But where do you turn?
The internet is a great source for FREE information about high blood pressure and simple ways to cure and prevent it. (Make sure it is researched though!) Regrettably, most western patients do not believe in natural cures. Western doctors and medicine has brainwashed into believing that natural health is taboo. (more…)
Studies published by the medical and health community are unanimous. As much as forty percent of men in North America experience some form of sexual health dysfunction. Because many men refuse to face the truth, several experts believe the true figure to be much higher. (more…)
With hair loss in men, hair at the temples recedes and the crown can also begin to thin.
Eventually a horse shoe pattern around the sides of the head appears.
The main signs of hair loss in men:
- Receding hairline
- Moderate to extensive hair loss, particularly on the crown of the head.
About ninety-five percent of hair loss in men is attributable to Androgenic Alopecia also know as male pattern baldness. (more…)
Vasectomy is a surgical procedure that provides a permanent form of birth control for men. There are two tubes in the penis, known as vasa deferentia, which carry sperm from testicles to the seminal fluid. Under Vasectomy, these two tubes are severed and sealed. Once the surgical procedure is through, your semen will become sperm-free. It means now when you ejaculate during sexual intercourse with a woman, she will not get pregnant. The biggest problem with this method of birth control is that you cannot get it reversed. Therefore, you must understand it pros and cons before going for the same. (more…)