Wellness for Men

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Sick Season: Is This a Cold, Allergies or the Flu?

With the widespread lift of pandemic restrictions, immune systems are slowly readjusting to being exposed to germs. This struggle for immune systems to catch up during this reintroduction has led to an immune overload, causing

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Low Sex Drive in Men Linked to Early Death

A Recent Study Shows That Low Male Sex Drive is Associated with Increased Risk of Early Death In a recent study, scientists found that men with a low sex drive were almost twice (1.82 times)

Blotchy, Red Skin? Get Solutions for Psoriasis

Psoriasis Two to three percent of the world’s population suffers from psoriasis. That may not seem like a significant number, but it equals roughly 125 million people globally. Perhaps you’re one of those people, or

The Facts and Benefits of DHEA

The human body changes a lot as it ages, and a lot of those changes are linked to your testosterone and estrogen levels. You may experience changes to cognitive function, mood, sexual function, bone density,

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Got Cravings? How to Break the Cycle You’ve tried everything: mindful eating, eating by the clock, fasting, and even locking the cabinets. However, everywhere you turn, you’re craving something—often sugar, salt, or foods high in

Your Guide to Living With Functional Anxiety

Anxiety and depression rates increased by 25% globally during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic. Stress, fear, and loneliness were some of the root causes of mental health illness spikes. Unfortunately, many people were unable

This Is How to Stop the “Dieting Cycle”

Dieting rates have increased by three percent within a decade, while obesity rates rose from 34 to 42 percent. Among those who participate in diets, over 50% have chronic illnesses related to their participation, including diabetes and heart disease. 

Testosterone Pellet Therapy: The Guide for Men

If you think that only senior citizens need to worry about low testosterone levels, think again. Researchers have found that by the age of 45, 40% of men have hypogonadal symptoms. The good news is that there