1. Men’s Health FAQs — Part II

    If you’re like most men, then you probably have a difficult time finding reliable answers to your questions about your health. In a previous post, we answered a few of the most common questions we receive about men’s health. We answered questions pertaining to health screenings and testosterone replacement therapy, so be sure to catch up on that information if you haven’t yet read it. In tod…Read More

  2. Men’s Health FAQs

    It’s difficult to find reliable information when it comes to your health. From popular television shows to fad diets in your favorite magazines, it can be hard to know where to turn for health information you can trust. In today’s post, we’ll answer some of the most common questions we receive about men’s health. Whether you need testosterone replacement therapy or a general care provider,…Read More

  3. Low Testosterone Facts and Figures

    The symptoms of low testosterone negatively affect thousands of men in the United States every year. At Men’s Vitality Center in Tucson, we are committed to helping you understand as much as possible about low testosterone and how the symptoms can be alleviated. In today’s post, we will begin to explain some of the most recent facts and figures about low testosterone. Men’s Vitality Center i…Read More

  4. Tips for a Good Night’s Sleep

    If you’re like most men in America, then you probably lead a busy and hectic life. Maybe you work a full-time job and have a family, or perhaps you’re always studying and doing homework as you make your way through a degree. Whatever your situation is, there’s no denying the fact that Americans are sleeping less and less each year. A good night’s sleep is important not just for your concen…Read More

  5. Don’t Ignore the Symptoms of Low Testosterone

    If you’re like most men in the United States, then you probably have a vague understanding of low testosterone and the symptoms commonly experienced by men with this condition. In today’s post, we’ll provide you with an in-depth explanation of the most common low testosterone symptoms. While many of these symptoms can be explained by other conditions, it’s important to schedule an appointm…Read More

  6. The Benefits of Testosterone Replacement Therapy

    You’ve probably heard about the symptoms of low testosterone on television and in popular magazines, but are you aware of the benefits of testosterone replacement therapy? Read on to learn more, and get in touch with Men’s Vitality Center in Tucson today to schedule an appointment! Let’s start by explaining how low testosterone is diagnosed. You’ll probably come to your doctor with one, or…Read More

  7. Common Questions About Low Testosterone

    If you’ve ever spent any amount of time searching the internet or popular magazines for information about testosterone or testosterone replacement therapy, you’re surely aware of how difficult it is to find reliable information. The source you’re currently looking at probably contradicts one of the sources you previously looked at, and you may not be sure where to turn for reliable informati…Read More

  8. Low Testosterone and Your Sleep

    A good night of sleep is something that everyone needs in order to feel and perform his or her best. If you’re experiencing a decline in the quality of your sleep that causes you to feel fatigued and sluggish throughout the day, low testosterone levels may be to blame. If you’re concerned about the quality of your sleep or your testosterone levels, contact Men’s Vitality Center in Tucson at …Read More

  9. 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

  10. 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