It’s estimated that about 50 million American men experience baldness and about 50 percent of men will experience some degree of hair loss after age 50. If you’ve noticed that your hairline is starting to recede and you’re now in search of an effective, all-natural solution to your problem, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy could be
Despite the embarrassing nature of erectile dysfunction (ED), there are great reasons to still be optimistic about it. ED is a beatable condition, and your first step to overcoming it is to learn as much as you can about it, particularly its causes and the specific steps you can take. The more you know, the
As men age, it is natural to experience a gradual decrease in sex drive. It can vary from man to man, but most men will continue to maintain some level of sexual interest well into their 60s and 70s. There are a number of factors that can affect libido, and treatment is available for a
Have you decided that pills, creams, and surgery are not the route you want to take for your erection problems? Then you might want to explore the P-Shot, also referred to as the Priapus Shot. If the P-Shot is unfamiliar to you, and you want to find out what it exactly is, how it could
How does depression affect men’s sexual health? Depression and mental health issues have a connotation associated with them, so many people do not admit they are having problems or seek help. However, most depression can be easily treated. Depression affects both men and women, but data suggests depression affects women two times greater than men.
You may think you know everything about treating male impotence but most of you would be wrong. Male impotence otherwise called erectile dysfunction (ED) is a very concerning problem for men of all ages. Treating male impotence isn’t as complicated as you may think. Here is what you need to know about male impotence or
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a medical condition characterized by the inability to achieve and maintain an erection. ED is increasingly prevalent with age, affecting approximately 40 percent of men at 40 years of age and 70 percent at 70. Most cases of ED are merely situational, meaning they can just be caused by fatigue, too