Exercise May Be Linked to Sperm Quality

Most people know that diet and exercise are important for our health, and every month more studies are published showing how our lifestyle choices significantly impact our body systems. A new study published in Human Reproduction found that men who engaged in the most physical activity had the highest sperm motility, which is defined as …

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Not All Vasectomies are the Same

I have been performing the no-needle, no-scalpel vasectomy for over 10 years at this point.  In my opinion, it’s the only type of vasectomy that should be considered. This method is faster, there’s much less discomfort, and has a very easy recovery as compared to the conventional vasectomy. It’s also the least invasive technique and …

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Low Testosterone & Fitness Goals

Exercising regularly plays a major role in both physical and mental health. Unfortunately, many people who go to the gym tend to neglect cardio-endurance exercise and only focus on resistance training, or vice-versa. At Maze, we like to help our patients achieve the best possible results with the overarching goal being total wellbeing. With this …

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Can Yoga Help With ED?

For men who are trying to improve their ability to get and maintain an erection, there are great at-home options for improving penile health. It is widely understood that exercise of any kind will improve just about all functions in the body, resulting in faster metabolism, stronger muscles, healthier vascular tissue, etc. Erectile function can …

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Foods to treat Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction (ED) has many causes, but research has shown that obesity, hypertension (HTN), diabetes, stress, and anxiety have all been linked to ED. Our diets are filled with processed foods that are high in sodium and sugar and lack many vital nutrients. The food we ingest and our lifestyle choices affect ED and our …

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