Balanced Hormones = Better Sex, Increased Well-Being and Longer Life

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Balanced Hormones = Better Sex, Increased Well-Being and Longer Life

 

By Dr. Sari Eitches & Dr. Edison de Mello

Hormones are secreted by endocrine glands and have a very complex and important role in our health and well-being. The optimal function of our physiology depends on the interaction and balance of many different hormones. Testosterone, progesterone, estrogen and DHEA, known as the sex hormones, interact with other hormones from the pituitary, thyroid, adrenal glands, pancreas, and other endocrine glands to ...

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Why Men Have Trouble Showing Love

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Why Men Have Trouble Showing Love

 

By Dr. David Laramie

Valentine’s Day is around the corner and with it comes countless customs for displaying love. Lets take up the popular trope that men do not show love as much as women. In the conventional discourse active listening and intimate, expressive, emotional, talk are the standard for what love is supposed to look like. Contemporary pop psychology and many psychotherapies often hold them up as the ideal method of communicating affect. In turn, men are often deemed ...

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The Thanksgiving Conundrum For Men

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The Thanksgiving Conundrum For Men

 

By Dr. David Laramie

With Thanksgiving upon us, there is lots of talk these days about gratitude and giving thanks.  In fact, gratitude has become a year-round, prominent feature in the public discourse.  It is increasingly normal for patients to come into my practice who already include gratitude practices as part of their daily routines, not just a once a year practice done before turkey and mashed potatoes.

However, not many people discuss the big differences between men and women when ...

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Fatherhood

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Fatherhood

By Edison de Mello, DAD (3), MD, PhD.

As we evolve past the stereotype of the traditional meaning of fatherhood – breadwinner, strong, hard working, man-of-the-house – we have come to understand that being a great father is so much more than that. It is having the ability to realize how as fathers, father figures, and male role models, we can help shape a child’s life. Taking an active role in a child’s physical, emotional, and spiritual development allows the child to feel secure, thus strengthening ...

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Men: Are You Controlling Your Stress, or Is It Controlling You?

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Men: Are You Controlling Your Stress, or Is It Controlling You?

By Edison de Mello, M.D., Ph.D.
Co-authored by David Laramie, Ph.D.

You know that stress is supposed to be bad, but do you know what to do about it? To make this even more complicated, did you know that all stress is not bad and that it can even be helpful? A number of recent news stories have seemingly turned the conventional narrative on its head and suggested that we should ...

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Male Menopause? Does it really exist?

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by Edison de Mello and Meme Rhee

Although menopause is often thought to be a condition exclusive to women, an increasing number of medical researchers believe that men go through a similar experience. Male menopause, known as andropause, is strongly debated among many medical specialists, including primary care physicians, endocrinologists, psychiatrists, urologists and gerontologists. Some doctors contend that andropause is an emotionally triggered mid-life crisis, while others insist that it is a physical condition brought on by changing hormone ...

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