1. What’s Involved in Cholesterol Management?

    Most of us are aware that maintaining healthy cholesterol levels is important, but are you familiar with the reasons motivating this claim? In today’s post, we’ll explain what cholesterol is, why it’s important, and what you can do to manage your cholesterol levels. Men’s Vitality Center in Tucson offers cholesterol management, weight loss management, and more! Call our office or walk in f…Read More

  2. What’s Involved in Diabetes Management?

    Diabetes is a condition in which the body cannot produce adequate levels of insulin, or it cannot properly respond to the body’s production of insulin. Insulin is a vital component in the maintenance of healthy blood glucose levels, and chronically elevated or depressed blood glucose levels can cause health problems. Diabetes affects millions of people around the world, and although there is no …Read More

  3. Three Low Testosterone Symptoms You Should Never Ignore

    Testosterone is a hormone found in both men and women, but it is particularly important for men. Among other functions, testosterone helps you build muscle, maintains your weight and sex drive, and it is strongly linked to your mental health. Low testosterone levels can cause a variety of problems in men, and in today’s post, we’ll review three symptoms of low testosterone that you should neve…Read More

  4. How Obesity Harms Your Health

    Excess weight should always be taken seriously. Even carrying a few extra pounds around the midsection can shorten your lifespan and increase your risk of developing diabetes and other serious health problems. Clinical obesity is a chronic disease generally defined by a person’s body mass index, or BMI. Your BMI is a function of your height and weight, and people who weigh more than 20 percent o…Read More

  5. 3 Exercises to Increase Your Testosterone Levels

    We all know that exercise is beneficial to our health. Daily exercise has been proven to improve sleep quality, reduce stress, and burn excess weight. In addition to burning the fat that may be contributing to decreasing testosterone levels, many studies have shown a direct link between exercise and increased testosterone levels. Testosterone is a naturally occuring male hormone and plays a crucia…Read More

  6. Stress, Cortisol, and Low Testosterone

    Did you know that stress is more than just a feeling of pressure or anxiety? Stress can come in many different forms and can negatively affect your testosterone levels. In this piece, we’ll examine some of the different forms that stress can take, as well as the effects of stress on testosterone levels. Don’t hesitate to contact Men’s Vitality Center in Tucson today if you’re concerned abo…Read More

  7. Common FAQs Surrounding Testosterone Replacement Therapy, Part Two

    Men who suffer from low levels of testosterone may experience symptoms of decreased energy and a lower sex drive. Luckily, there are various testosterone replacement therapies (TRT) available to help remedy low levels of this male sex hormone. In part one of this series, we discussed the basics of testosterone and how it plays a vital component in the growth and maturity of men. In part two, we’…Read More

  8. Common FAQs Surrounding Testosterone Replacement Therapy, Part One

    If you’re a man suffering from low levels of testosterone, you may feel like there are no viable treatment options available to help you. Low testosterone levels can lead to a myriad of health issues including a decrease in energy and sex drive, abnormal weight gain, and feelings of depression. Luckily, men all over the world are learning about the powerful benefits of testosterone replacement t…Read More

  9. Common Signs You Have Low Testosterone Levels

    Testosterone is a hormone that can be found in both men and women, however men have much higher levels. The production of testosterone tends to increase in men during puberty and starts to decrease after the age of 30. Some studies suggest that for each year over the age of 30, men’s testosterone levels begin to slowly dip at a rate of roughly one percent per year. While a decrease in testostero…Read More

  10. An Introduction to Testosterone Replacement Therapy

    If you’re a man suffering from low levels of testosterone, it’s important to know that you’re not alone. The number of middle-aged men with prescriptions for testosterone continues to climb, and according to recent studies, one in four men over the age of 30 suffer from low levels of testosterone. Luckily, there are a variety of treatment options available to remedy low levels of testosteron…Read More