Andropause and Men Turning Fifty

It’s fair to say that once you’ve turned fifty, your body isn’t what it used to be. Physical changes are inevitable, such as lower hormone levels and bone density, reduced muscle mass, deteriorating eyesight and hair colour, poorer cognition and immunity. While this list of symptoms may cause fear, researched backed treatments do exist to… Continue reading Andropause and Men Turning Fifty

How to Treat Mental Health Concerns in Men and Women

Our previous post was on mental health issues in males vs females. If you missed it, we recommend backtracking and taking a look before reading this. We mentioned that mental health problems in men and women tend to be caused by different things. In women, things like pregnancy or hormone imbalance can cause depression and… Continue reading How to Treat Mental Health Concerns in Men and Women

Mental Health Issues Males vs Females

Did you get a chance to read our previous blog? We mentioned that around the world, men and women seem to be equally affected by mental health issues. However, only a small percentage of them actually seek treatment. We also talked about the differences in mental health issues males vs females. Today, we’ill move on to… Continue reading Mental Health Issues Males vs Females

Mental Health Men vs Women

Something which is affecting both Mental Health Men vs Women around the world is mental health issues. While a large proportion of both males and females suffer mental health problems, only a low percentage of them seek treatment. Furthermore, mental health problems affect men and women in different ways. And so, for professionals to provide… Continue reading Mental Health Men vs Women

Statistics About Men and Mental Health

In England alone, around one in eight men suffer a common mental health problem. Yet, men are particularly reluctant to discuss this with their friends or family. Some will not even access help and support. So why is this happening? View of Gender Roles and Societal Expectations are Causing Men to Stay Quiet Society has… Continue reading Statistics About Men and Mental Health

Diet and Mental Health

If you had the chance to read our previous blog, you’ll know how to improve your testosterone levels through weightlifting. This time, we talk about diet and mental health, and how having a good diet can work wonders on boosting your testosterone levels, while also supporting your nervous system. Diet and Mental Health: What You… Continue reading Diet and Mental Health

Doing Drugs in Your 40s

If you’ve already seen our previous blogs on cocaine and drug use, you’ll probably realise that doing drugs in your 40s or more later in your life can cause nothing but problems. After all, your body won’t be what it once was, although your mind will somewhat still be in its prime. The biggest problem… Continue reading Doing Drugs in Your 40s

Cocaine Use in Men Over 40

Last time, we talked in general about drug use in men over 40. This time, we discuss the growing problem of cocaine use in men over 40. Over the past two decades, the use of cocaine here in the UK has trebled. Men in their forties and fifties, in particular, are using cocaine more and… Continue reading Cocaine Use in Men Over 40

Balancing Work and Personal Life

Cast your mind back to our first post and you’ll recall the main symptoms of lack of balancing work and personal life. Including body pain, tiredness and a quick temper. Last time, we then elaborated other symptoms, including lack of enjoyment, a messy home or office and problems with relationships.  3 Top Tips for Balancing… Continue reading Balancing Work and Personal Life

Result of No Work Life Balance

If you went to uni, the result of no work life balance as a young twenty-something wouldn’t have hit you until later on. You may have wasted most of your time away on terrible day time TV, the odd visit to the students union and perhaps even the library or odd lecture here and there. … Continue reading Result of No Work Life Balance