1. 6 Signs You May Have Low Testosterone

    While the body generally decreases the production of testosterone over time, it is possible for it to decrease to a level that causes negative side effects in men. When this happens, testosterone replacement therapy can help. At Men’s Vitality Center in Tucson, we offer testosterone replacement therapy to men who are experiencing negative symptoms associated with low testosterone. Here are some …Read More

  2. Arthritis Self-Care

    If you have recently been diagnosed with arthritis, you may be worried about how this will affect you. While arthritis invariably changes your life, there are ways in which you can cope with it and live normally. At Men’s Vitality Center in Tucson, we can help you manage your arthritis pain. In the meantime, here are some self-care tips for coping with your arthritis: Eat healthily Studies show …Read More

  3. Low T and Sex Drive

    Testosterone serves many functions in a man’s body. One such function is contributing to your sex drive. While there are other hormones and factors that affect your libido, low testosterone can cause low sex drive and erectile dysfunction. Fortunately, at Men’s Vitality Center in Tucson, we have the solution. If you are experiencing sexual dysfunction, testosterone replacement therapy may help…Read More

  4. Foods For Men’s Health

    Men have unique health concerns that require special attention. At Men’s Vitality Center in Tucson, Arizona, we are experts in men’s health, and we are here to provide any medical information that you may need in order to make good health choices. One such choice you make on a daily basis is your diet. Here, we have outlined some of the best foods to eat for men’s health: Lean Red Meat Contr…Read More

  5. Top Causes Of Fatigue In Men

    Everyone feels tired from time to time when they haven’t gotten enough sleep, but if you are constantly feeling exhausted, you may have fatigue. Fatigue is when you are chronically experiencing low levels of energy. Fatigue can be caused by a variety of health conditions, so it is important to come into Men’s Vitality Center in Tucson to identify the source of your fatigue. Low testosterone Te…Read More

  6. Is Your Depression Caused By Low Testosterone?

    It is normal to experience occasionally sadness, irritability, or difficulty sleeping, but depression is different. Depression is a mental health disorder characterized by chronic feelings of sadness and worthlessness. Depression generally manifests differently in men and women. Men are more likely to experience symptoms such as extreme fatigue, insomnia, irritability, and loss of interest in work…Read More

  7. 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

  8. 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

  9. 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

  10. Factors That Increase Risk Of Diabetes

    As type 2 diabetes becomes a more prevalent diagnosis a better understanding of risk factors and unhealthy lifestyle choices must at the forefront of any diabetes management plan. Type 2 diabetes can be controlled if a physician is made aware, but often this comes later down the road. This form of diabetes does not affect every person, but there are certain factors that increase the risk of develo…Read More