Beneficial Effect of Yoga On Men With Prostate Cancer

One of the means of achieving and maintaining a healthy prostate is through dietary changes. Additionally, healthy lifestyle changes such as getting enough sleep and drinking coffee are also vital in reducing the risk of prostate cancer.Moreover, for someone who already affected with prostate cancer, regular yoga practice has been found beneficial. Who would have thought that an ancient … Continue Reading …

The Health Risks Linked From Eating Hot Dogs

The National Hot Dog Day has no specific day but it is usually celebrated during the month of July. The first celebration was in 1991. Hot dogs are the staple at the ball park, especially during summer time.On the other hand, hot dogs are not the favorite of health conscious individuals and even among health professionals. Hot dogs are processed foods containing low nutrition levels. Besides … Continue Reading …

Eating French Fries Increases Risk of Early Death

If there's one food that almost everyone knows, it's French fries. However, fried potatoes like French fries whether it is home fries have been linked to early death. This is according to an 8-year longitudinal cohort study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition1.In this study, the researchers say that eating fried potatoes 2 times a week or beyond that doubles the risk of … Continue Reading …

Frequent Sex Makes Women Smarter (Study Says)

Certainly, there are many health benefits of having frequent sex. Having sex is beneficial for men's heart health. And, for women, frequent sex is associated with better verbal memory.A study1 by McGill University in Canada finds that sex may strengthens women's hippocampus. This the region in the brain responsible for memory. In this study, researchers find a connection between frequent sex … Continue Reading …

5 Male Sex Facts That Might Surprise You

Although it may seem that male sexuality is simple, it is more complicated than we thought. In the forefront, we know how aggressive men are in achieving sexual arousal but behind it is a complex process. Let us discover a few male sex facts to better understand men and their sexuality.On the other hand, a lot of men look at female orgasms as a puzzling and mysterious process. For instance, … Continue Reading …

Mindfulness Practice and Benefits For Your Sex Life

There are those get easily distracted during sex. Hence, one of the reasons not reaching orgasms particular in women. Regardless of taking medications to boost libido, it seems nothing is working. But there's one thing might just work for you, it's mindfulness for sex.Mindfulness for sex is a type of meditation to which the individual is only concern in the present moment. In sex, there is … Continue Reading …

Binge-Watching TV Decreases Sperm Count

A man's effort to boosting his fertility may have no match against being sedentary. Probably, the easiest way to become sedentary is binge-watching TV.Unfortunately, in 2013 Harvard reports a study that excessive hours sitting while watching TV has negative impact on sperm count. The researchers found that men watching TV for 20 hours or more have half sperm count than men who are watching the … Continue Reading …

Men Addicted To Porn Are Likely To Suffer Erectile Dysfunction

Porn addiction is real and it can indeed cause sexual dysfunction also known as porn-induced erectile dysfunction. A new study reports that young men who give preference to porn over real-life sexual encounters are highly likely to suffer from sexual dysfunction.The researchers found that watching too much porn and getting addicted to it makes men become less satisfied with real-world sexual … Continue Reading …

Regular Consumption of Coffee Reduces Prostate Cancer Risk

Consuming the right amount of coffee is healthy. Among the obvious coffee benefits is boosting focus and brain health. But that's not the only benefit of coffee. One huge study1 back in 2009 finds that coffee reduces prostate cancer risk.Unlike the benefits of coffee on erectile dysfunction, in this study, it's not the caffeine that's responsible for it. Instead, non-caffeine components in the … Continue Reading …

Prostate Cancer Risk Increases With Short Sleep Duration

Getting good quality sleep every night is one of the stables of health. During sleep, the body switches to repair mode. Interestingly, the Daily Mail reports a new study stating that men who sleep less than 5 hours a night have a higher prostate cancer risk.The new data tends to support findings of previous study back in 2012. In this study1, researchers find that men who are working night … Continue Reading …