If you suffer from BPH, or Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, you know the discomfort of having to run to the loo all the time.
A swollen prostate squeezes your urethra, making it hard to urinate.
You may be taking a drug called 5α-reductase inhibitors to alleviate the swelling.
It's been known for years that this type of drug can kill your libido and even cause erectile dysfunction.
B... ››› more
If you struggle to sleep, you'll know what it's like to count down the hours until you can finally go home again - to sleep!
Night after night, you collapse in bed and hope for a better night's sleep - and day after day, you feel tired and worn out...
But that's not the worst of it.
Scientists have found that sleep problems can lead to heart problems and increase your risk for stroke.... ››› more
Anaemia refers to a condition in which there is not enough red cells in your blood. Red blood cells play an important role in the body - they carry oxygen to the body's cells.
There are two types of anaemia - one is caused by a lack of iron, and the other by inflammation. While a lack of iron is easier to diagnose, anaemia from inflammation is more commonly missed.
And this could be f... ››› more
You're no doubt familiar with the little blue pill pharmaceutical companies manufacture to help men maintain an erection...
It's been a cash cow for years for the industry.
And, wanting to build on this 'winning' idea, a pharmaceutical company manufactured a little 'pink' pill recently for women.
It promised to boost women's desire and 'turn a desert into a great big happy oasis'.
Bu... ››› more
When you hit your 40s, your body absorbs less protein and in turn, makes less muscle. You have to work harder at looking firm than you did in your younger days.
But, don't despair - a new study has shown that two natural nutrients could put a halt to muscle loss - even if you don't live at the gym 24/7! More muscle, less food!
If your muscle is turning to flab, you'll be happy to kno... ››› more
You may be trying to eat healthy and look after yourself, and if you are, you're likely to be including foods from all food groups into your diet.
The thing is, thanks to the high cost of living these days, you're probably doing a better job at getting enough carbs and fats than you are at getting enough protein.
If you're not getting enough of the right type of protein, it could be why you'... ››› more
A new study shows that you can look and feel younger by as much as 4 years if you use this little "feminine" trick.
Imagine, naturally boosting your:
* ability to sleep better
* reducing balding spots
* looking slimmer
* and feeling more manly and active!
Find out how below... Feeling slightly more "feminine" means feeling younger!
The study, published in Endocrine Today, in... ››› more
If you have trouble sleeping and haven't been to your doctor to get a script, you've no doubt scanned the shelves of a discount pharmacy and opted for a box of over-the-counter sleeping aids.
It's understandable - there are few things less pleasant than having to get up in the morning after yet another night of tossing and turning... You feel miserable, tired, you can't think straight and every... ››› more
Ill health in any form has an affect on our quality of life. How can you be in a good mood when you haven't had a good night's rest since you can remember...
Or, how can you be excited about exercising when your muscles and joints are sore and tender...
And, the sniffles from your allergies, the headaches, constipation, brain fog... You just don't feel great...
If you go to your doctor, h... ››› more
If you suffer from insomnia, you've probably heard of a million ways and potions to help you get some real shut-eye.
The truth is, just as with the rest of your health, unless you address the imbalances in your system, everything you try will only result in cosmetic improvements.
Thankfully, it's very easy to bring your circadian cycle back into balance - but it requires dedication. And, ... ››› more
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