Category: Men’s Health

The Prostate: Small Gland, Big Impact.

by Dr. Emile Sabga, ND With Men’s Health Month underway, it’s important that we address a topic that many men wince at the thought of – prostate health. It’s an inevitable consideration that lives in the back of the minds of many aging men, and for most, that thought remains pushed to the back for as long as possible. The truth is, […]

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Andropause (Male Menopause)

Just like women, men also experience hormonal fluctuations as they age. In women, age related hormonal fluctuations is known as menopause. Further, while it is not commonly known, men can undergo a menopause like experience. This experience, or phenomenon, is known as andropause, or “male menopause”. Generally, in older men, testosterone levels slowly start declining. […]

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Men’s Fertility: An Unspoken Crisis

Let’s talk about the elephant in the room. More and more couples are struggling to get pregnant now more than any other time in history. Big scary statement, I know. Well, an even scarier statistic for all of my male readers is that there is almost a 50% chance that the reason that you and […]

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Men Need Self-Care Too!

  When we think of self-care, we commonly default to stereotypical images of luxurious relaxation. Full days at the spa, candlelit bubble baths, manicures & pedicures, or maybe even an irresponsible shopping spree – at least that’s what television and modern media have equated with the term. If this is what you pictured, I’m almost […]

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Thyroid: The Master Gland

Often when we think of thyroid related conditions, we associate them with women’s health issues. With a 2 to 8 times higher prevalence in women than in men, it may be easy for one to discount the likelihood of thyroid relation conditions in the context of men’s health. However, many common symptoms that men may […]

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The Men’s Health Mystery: A Pandemic Before the Pandemic

Long before the masks, the sanitizers, and the safety protocols, naturopathic doctors (and healthcare workers in general) have faced an entirely different medical phenomenon – a dismally low ratio of male to female patients. In fact, research has shown that more than 40% of men do not consult their medical professionals unless the situation is […]

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