1. Tips for Weight Loss Success

    If you’ve ever tried to lose weight, you’re surely aware of how difficult it can be to stay on track. Treats at the office, a busy schedule, and high-stress situations can all provide the ideal conditions for your progress to become derailed. At Men’s Vitality Center in Tucson, we’re dedicated to helping men in Arizona lose weight and live healthier lives. We offer a number of men’s heal…Read More

  2. How Obesity Harms Your Health, Part III

    Obesity is a growing epidemic in the United States, and the blame can be placed on a number of things prevalent in our society. Among other factors, high-calorie and low-nutrition foods are readily available, our lifestyles are increasingly sedentary, and our fast-paced lives are contributing to heightened stress levels. All of these elements are contributing to a growing prevalence of obesity, an…Read More

  3. How Obesity Harms Your Health, Part II

    Even an extra bit of excess weight around the midsection has been shown to harm your overall health, and the health risks of obesity are significant. We explained three harmful effects of obesity in a previous post, and in today’s post, we’ll explain three more harmful effects of obesity on your health. Men’s Vitality Center in Tucson offers a variety of men’s health services, including di…Read More

  4. 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

  5. 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

  6. Managing Low Testosterone

    Testosterone is arguably the most important hormone in the male body. Healthy levels of testosterone maintain your sex drive, keep your mood up, regulate your sleep, and so much more! Testosterone levels decrease as men age, but some men experience a faster decline in their testosterone levels than others, and this can lead to life-interrupting symptoms. If you’ve been diagnosed with low levels …Read More

  7. Two Tips for Resolution Success

    The new year is almost upon us, and if you’re like most Americans, you’ve probably thought about the lifestyle changes you would like to make in 2018. Maybe you want to spend more time with your family, lose weight, or cut junk food out of your diet. Many Americans struggle to keep their resolutions, especially when it concerns their health and lifestyle choices. In this blog post, we’ll giv…Read More

  8. The Importance of Physical Exams

    Scheduling regular physicals with your men’s health provider is an easy task to put off. You can set the intention to do it tomorrow, the next day, or even next week, but next week often turns into next month, and before you know it, it’s been a few years since your last physical. You might not even remember when your last physical was! In this blog, we’ll explain a few key points about phys…Read More

  9. Four Low Testosterone Symptoms You Should Never Ignore

    As 2017 comes to a close, you’re probably setting your sights on 2018 and beginning to think about starting a new health regimen. Our expert staff at Men’s Vitality Center in Tucson is here to support you with any men’s health goals you might have. While you work on your New Year’s resolutions, be sure to keep an eye out for these four symptoms that you should never ignore. Ignoring proble…Read More

  10. 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