Kegel exercise is the best way to keep your pelvic floor in strong, effective and in tip top condition. But like the other muscles in your body, you need the right nutrients for the muscles to work to the very best. Supplements will work alongside pelvic floor exercises to make your pelvic floor stronger and healthier from the inside out.
In 2017 MEDintim surveyed their customers to discover how satisfied they were with there erection device but also get some background as to the reasons they needed to use it and what could be the cause etc.
Men’s health week is a charity campaign that runs 12-18 June with the aim of increasing awareness and knowledge of the pressing health issues that men are facing today. 1 in 5 men die before the age of 65 and die on average 6 years before women worldwide.
Are you one of the 40% of men who has trouble getting or maintaining an erection? Yes, 40%! This problem is really common but it’s such a taboo to discuss it that many men suffer in silence. There are a lot of reasons why you could be suffering from erectile dysfunction. Fortunately there are also a lot of solutions you can try. If your confidence and relationships are being affected by ED you don’t need to put up with it! We’ve got some ideas you can try to get your mojo back…
Penis pain! I bet just reading that made you wince. But if you’ve been suffering from pelvic pain then you’re used to wincing! This Movember we're highlighting prostate health. A lot of men don't know about their prostates and so end up putting up with painful and embarrassing symptoms. If you have pain in your penis, pelvis, buttocks or lower back then you may be suffering from prostatitis. Read our guide to find out how to relieve this agonising condition.
If you’re like me; Mother’s Day is a piece of cake to find presents for; flowers, chocolates, bath gifts etc. But when it comes to Father’s Day, I am stumped – every year! There’s only a certain amount of socks you can give to the old man every year! So I’ve collated a few Father’s Day gift ideas that are perfect for your Pops – if you’re struggling to find one that is! Here are some of my personal favourites:
Kegels, pelvic floor muscles, prolapse – most of these terms are often associated with women after childbirth. But that couldn’t be more wrong! Each and every one of us has pelvic floor muscles that we must exercise, twice, every single day. Believe it or not, out there are Kegels for men; and it is called Private Gym.
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.