1. Men and Migraine

    Migraine is a health condition that affects millions of people around the world. The main symptom is a severe headache, but people also experience blurred vision, light and sound sensitivity, nausea, and vomiting. The severity and frequency of migraine headaches vary, but they generally last between 4 and 72 hours. The cause of migraine is unknown, but there are certain triggers that may cause mig…Read More

  2. Warning Signs Of Men’s Health Problems

    Men have a bad habit of putting off preventative medical visits until the problems become too severe. This means that most men will only visit their physician when they feel terrible, or are on the verge of needing emergency care. This is not to say that some men do not visit the doctor on a regular basis even when they feel healthy, but just that many men skip preventative visits. Every man shoul…Read More

  3. Things You May Not Know About High Blood Pressure

    High blood pressure is an incredibly common diagnosis among Americans. High blood pressure is also a disorder that is not easily diagnosed as there are very few outward signs of the inward problem. Unhealthy blood pressure levels will negatively impact the overall health and well-being of the cardiovascular system. Unfortunately, this is a problem that cannot be cured, only treated. Understanding …Read More

  4. Complications Associated With High Blood Pressure

    Blood pressure is an incredibly important aspect of overall health. Blood pressure is recorded as two separate, but very important numbers; systolic and diastolic. Systolic is the top number, while the diastolic number is the bottom. Healthy blood pressure numbers give a medical professional a good view of the overall health of the heart’s arteries. High numbers correspond to increased pressure …Read More

  5. Learning To Control High Blood Pressure

    High blood pressure is one of the most common problems that physicians deal with on a daily basis. High blood pressure can affect men and women of any age. An important thing to remember is that high blood pressure often goes unchecked because there are very few outward symptoms of this inward problem. There are many different ways in which an individual can control their high blood pressure, and …Read More

  6. How Men’s Health Problems Differ From Women

    Gender stereotypes are very real but not for the reasons that you would assume. While men may be the “bigger and stronger” sex, they are also the weaker sex when it comes to health. There are also very common health problems that affect men at a much higher rate than their female counterparts. There are also health problems that only affect men. With this being said, when was the last time tha…Read More