Men’s Menopause

Christopher From Texas Writes:

I am 52 and am struggling with low energy levels, being with my wife intimately, and I am experiencing mood swings. My doctor says I have Low T and wants me to take some hormone replacement. Are there any other options?

Dear Christopher,

Solutions for Kids ADHD

Irene From South Dakota Writes:

My son has recently been diagnosed with ADHD. I hear so much about this condition with my friends and their kids. I really don’t want him taking any medications. What else can be done to help him? 

Dear Irene,

Battling Headaches

Ken From Michigan Writes:

What can you do for headaches? I have been dealing with headaches off and on for about twenty years. I use medications sometimes and they seem to help. What could be causing these headaches to reoccur and what can I do to correct this?

Dear Ken,

Younger Looking Skin

Mickie From Florida Writes:

I have been doing my best to take care of my skin. I am 41 and now starting to see some signs of aging. What can I do to keep my skin healthier and reduce many of the wrinkles that I am seeing?

Dear Mickie,

Beating Heart Disease

Kay From North Carolina Writes:

I recently had some testing done and my doctor says that I have a major blockage in one of my arteries that he is concerned about. He said eat a “heart-healthy” diet. What does that mean? Are there certain foods and choices that I can make that will help this condition?

Dear Kay,

Metabolism Mastery

Justin from Colorado Writes:

Weight gain has been my hurdle for the last year. For some reason I seem to gain weight even though I am living a healthy lifestyle. My energy levels have dropped, I don’t sleep that well, and I have developed the spare tire that everyone keeps talking about. I am only 36, what do you think could be the issue? 

Dear Justin,

Break Chronic Pain

Sylvia from California Writes:

I have been dealing with chronic arthritis and fibromyalgia for years. Is there anything that I can add to my current lifestyle that will help? I hear there are many natural ways to help. What can I do? 

Dear Sylvia,

Top Ways To Reduce Stroke

Strokes are growing by leaps and bounds in our country today. It is becoming one of the leading causes of death in adults over the age of 65. We must do something. The great news is that so much of our lifestyle is a supporting factor to increasing our overall health. Here are some of the top tips for stroke prevention in the latest research.

1.Hold The Salt
High blood pressure is one of the top reasons for a stroke. Excessively high sodium levels are one of the reasons for the increase in blood pressure. Aim for now more than 2400mg of sodium per day and 1500mg if you had any heart issues.

2.Control Blood Pressure
One of the leading ways is with exercise. The research says 30 minutes per day, 5 days per week. Walking is a great start.


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