Suffering from a low intimacy drive? It may sound trite, but it bears repeating: you’re not alone! Low sex drive isn’t universally problematic, as it may mean simply that you are asexual or that your body is naturally hard-wired that way. What’s right and normal is different for everyone. But if a lack of sexual…

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While a healthy, balanced diet is the best way to meet your nutrition goals, getting all the vitamins and minerals you need from food can be tough. And as men age, they face other challenges such as a decrease in testosterone, an increase in body fat, and worries about prostate health. But the right dietary…

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As men get older, it’s natural for testosterone levels to decrease. While this is a normal part of aging, it’s not always a pleasant one. Extra fat around your mid-section, restless nights, low energy and a low sex drive could all be caused by decreased testosterone levels or a hormonal imbalance. Testosterone is needed for:…

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Aging, health conditions, and side effects from medication can all lower a man’s libido and put a damper on overall sexual function. But, men, you and your partner have options. And you may not need to plan for intimacy or pop a little blue pill! Male Hormone Pellet Therapy As men age, testosterone levels lower.…

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Losing weight is tough. Exercising and eating right can be hard to do when you’re balancing a busy schedule. So, get your boo on board and face the battle of the bulge together! Not only can maintaining a healthy weight improve your overall wellness, but it could boost your love life, too. Extra weight can…

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You’ve packed on some extra pounds and while you know your lady loves you just the same, you’re worried the weight gain might put a damper on things in the bedroom. It’s true that physical and psychological changes resulting from weight gain can impact sexual performance. Extreme weight gain can cause some men to experience…

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Our brains have chemicals called neurotransmitters that send messages to other parts of our bodies and, work along with our hormones, regulate many bodily functions including mood and emotions. The neurotransmitters serotonin and gamma-Aminobutyric acid (GABA) regulate mood and keep us calm, while dopamine, epinephrine, and norepinephrine excite and give us energy. The balance of…

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Are you always running to the bathroom, or do you leak urine when you run, cough or sneeze? Bladder leaks affect 1 in 3 women over the age of 18. In the United States alone, approximately 18-20 million women have some form of bladder leaking at some time in their life. There are two main…

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Vaginal health isn’t a topic that needs to be relegated to whispers in backrooms or only discussed when there is a problem with dryness, itching, soreness, smelliness…you get the point! Our vaginas define our femininity and deserve thoughtful consideration. It’s time to embrace and lovingly care for your vagina. Like Cameron Diaz said, “You’re supposed…

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How familiar does this sound? Laughing with friends: leak. Out to lunch: fifth trip to the bathroom. Coughing from a cold: leak. Stopping off somewhere new: first task scouting out the bathroom situation. If your little leaks and frequent bathroom trips are getting in the way of your life, it is time to take back…

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