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Andropause and loss of libido – are you affected?

by Sonia Chartier, on 18 October 2016, Men's Health
andropause and loss of libido

Andropause just might be more than a drop in testosterone production. It’s not officially recognized in the medical field, probably because the link between hormone levels and all the associated symptoms isn’t always clear.

One thing is for sure: libido declines with age, sometimes even vanishing entirely.

And you want it back, right?

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His prostate + Her menopause = Sleep problems?

by Sonia Chartier, on 19 February 2015, Men's Health, Menopause, Stress and sleep, Women's Health
sleep-problem

Why would so many women benefit from getting their men Prostate 1 to reduce the symptoms of prostate enlargement?

Not just because they care for their men’s health and want them to be happier and healthier, but also because a healthier prostate gland for the husband means fewer night time trips to the loo and therefore less interruption of their own night’s sleep!

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Prostate Problems – The Great Male Taboo

by Sonia Chartier, on 25 May 2014, Men's Health
Prostate Problems - The Great Male Taboo

The issue of prostate trouble continues to be a taboo subject for a large number of men. Often, men confuse a healthy prostate gland with virility.

What man would dare admit to having a weakness in this area? Prostate trouble has even been called an “old man’s illness.” A man’s reluctance to have a doctor examine his prostate as a preventive measure—in a process that involves the doctor inserting a finger into the patient’s rectum—is also the reason that so many men act as though nothing were wrong. That’s why only about 40% of men who may be considered at risk seek treatment—with a majority preferring to remain silent.

When left untreated, prostate ailments make it increasingly impossible for the bladder to empty itself completely. Residual urine begins to accumulate, and bacteria, which thrive in this warm environment, quickly begin to multiply.

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