You may have heard the saying that age is just a number, and while that may be true physically for an exceptional few, it isn’t true if you are like the majority of men around the world. You may stay in shape, exercise frequently, and eat right most of the time, and still, you feel your body changing. In fact, as you near the age of 50, your body chemistry alters slightly, your muscle tolerance shifts, and bedroom experiences change, too. That doesn’t mean you need to work harder, but it does mean you should understand what to expect in your mental and physical health as you age. Here are some of the surprising changes men can expect after fifty.(more…)
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There are hundreds of nerve endings in the head of the male sexual organ. And these nerve endings are primarily the reason for pleasurable sensations during sexual activity.
Some level of sensitivity does no harm. In fact, it is necessary for arousal and erection. However, when this sensitivity begins to cause discomfort and distress, it could be a problem.
For most people, penile sensitivity is self-diagnosable and also resolves on its own, as it begins. However, for some, there could be other extended reasons too.
In this article, we will discuss the symptoms, causes, and possible treatment options for penile sensitivity.(more…)
Testosterone pertains to a sex hormone that plays an essential role in developing male reproductive tissues and organs, like the prostate and the testes. Also, this hormone helps promote increased bone and muscle mass, as well as body hair growth.
But what happens when you have low levels of testosterone? And how can you resolve this problem?
This article will help you gain a deeper understanding of the best ways to boost your testosterone levels with 5 tips for boosting your testosterone.(more…)
What Exactly is Testosterone?
Testosterone is a hormone produced by our bodies (yes men and women both have testosterone) that is responsible for most bodily functions including growth and sex drive. However, it’s mainly produced in men’s testicles. Testosterone is the hormone responsible for giving men a more “manly” appearance, and for their sexual development. Testosterone stimulates sperm production and increases a man’s libido or sex drive. It also helps in building muscles and bone mass.
As men age, their body’s ability to produce testosterone gradually decreases. According to the American Urological Association, 2 out of 10 men over the age of 60 have low testosterone levels. On the other hand, 3 out of 10 men get lower testosterone levels once they reach the age of 70-80. But what is the median T-level, what levels are defined as high and low?(more…)