From sitting at desks all day, lifting kids, doing grocery shopping to running on treadmills, many people suffer from an ongoing aches and pains. But there is a very easy, and an inexpensive solution, that will certainly offer you daily relief.
As March has arrived ever so quickly; Prostate Cancer UK has taken the UK by storm this month in aid to raise awareness for Prostate Cancer. Keeping friendships alive and uniting men to become more aware of prostate cancer.
Today is International Men’s Day, an opportunity to celebrate good health in men the world over and offer advice on keeping our men in tip top condition. This year we’re focusing on erectile dysfunction (ED), an all too common problem that is, for obvious reasons, often ignored.
Recent research in men and women over 50 has found that half of men feel dissatisfied with their sex lives, compared to just a third of women. This may come as a surprise, and even more shocking is that the explanation lies in Testosterone Deficiency Syndrome.
The prostate is one of the most important parts of the male body; it controls erections, sperm production and plays a major part in the urinary system. Serious health problems with the prostate can be life-threatening so it's really important that men understand how their prostate works and do everything they can to keep it healthy and recognise symptoms of any major prostate illnesses.
Your erection can tell you a lot more about your health than you think.
Erectile dysfunction can be a significant sign that your health isn't in tip top condition, so if you feel that something is wrong downstairs it could mean something is not quite right elsewhere in your body.