A decrease in libido (or low sex drive) can affect men at any age, as it’s typically a sign of another underlining condition. For example, changes to your health that require medication usage may cause you to experience a lower sex drive.
Eating well and exercise can support men’s gut health, but stress, medications, and other health issues can affect digestion, causing other conditions to occur.
Understanding the type of nutrients your body needs, and working with a men’s nutritional expert, will ensure you get the right fuel to achieve optimal health and prevent common health issues that affect men in their 40s, 50s, and 60s.
Why is it harder for men to lose weight in their 40s and 50s? There are multiple reasons for why this occurs as you age.
Carbohydrates are one of the three macronutrients that we need to survive. But should men cut carbs to lose weight in the New Year? Learn how to pick and choose your carbs, so you get more nutrients and less sugar.
Not getting enough sleep? Poor sleeping habits can lead to hormone imbalances and other health issues. Discover which vitamins and natural remedies may help.
As men age, they become prone to developing certain health issues, including cardiovascular disease and Low T. Discover the types of health screenings available to men and which screenings are recommended by age group.
Men’s preventative care is all about early detection. That means even before you develop symptoms of an illness or condition, your doctor may be able to detect its presence early on, meaning treatment will be less invasive and more successful at addressing the underlying issue.
If you’re living with diabetes, you may take every precaution to help manage this chronic condition. Yet, you may be unfamiliar with how diabetes can affect other important aspects of life, including your sexual health and wellness.