Paternal age has increased dramatically in the US in the past 40 years, and the trend seems to be continuing…Continue Reading
Can Men Experience Low Libido?
For many, low testosterone (aka “low T”) can be regulated with testosterone therapy, as well as other types of treatment options.Continue Reading
Enhance Your Valentine’s Day With Some New Toys
Who said toys are just for kids? Explore new erotic devices this Valentine’s day. We’ve got some of our favorites you do not want to miss!Continue Reading
Here are some important factors to consider when setting lifestyle goals for yourself in the New Year. Take the leap.Continue Reading
Hottest Gift of the Year? It’s Not What You Think
What happens when daydreams turn from peppermint mocha everything to cuffing and cozying and curling up with your favorite long-term hottie?Continue Reading
Toys For Men & Their Partners
Remember those childhood lessons on sharing? They apply to sex and sex toys, too. These new playground rules can be pretty fun!Continue Reading
Why Do We Isolate? Who Can We Talk to?
Taking that first step of reaching out for help can be terrifying. Facing the fact that they need to get help often comes when they can’t avoid the issue any longer.Continue Reading
Vasectomy Increases Sexual Frequency & Satisfaction for Both Partners
Considering a vasectomy? Let’s answer the first question on every man’s mind: Will getting a vasectomy ruin my sex life? No! In fact, the opposite is typically true: research shows that men who get vasectomies report a higher sex drive, more powerful orgasms, greater satisfaction with erections and intercourse, and more frequent sexual encounters. Sounds …Continue Reading
I Can’t Tell Them That!
If you’re having a behavioral health issue and you’re seeing a therapist, it only makes sense for you to bring it up. Sure, you could hide it, but if you do, you won’t be able to get the comprehensive support you seek. Your therapist will be missing an important piece of your life which will …Continue Reading
Testosterone & The Brain..
Testosterone levels in your body are controlled by a complex system that includes your brain, testes, and several different hormones. The hypothalamus, which is located in the brain, secretes hormones that pulse throughout the day. The release of these hormones is controlled by a negative feedback loop. When adequate levels of hormones are reached, a signal is sent to the brain to slow down production.Continue Reading