1. 5 Common Myths about Testosterone Replacement Therapy

    There are many misconceptions out there about testosterone replacement therapy. Perhaps it’s sensationalism in the media, testosterone’s abuse by power lifters and subsequent labels as a “controlled substance” in the 90s, or simply because it seems too good to be true, but many people fear and doubt testosterone replacement therapy. This is doing a disservice to countless men across the co…Read More

  2. How to Improve Your Focus

    If you are like many people, you struggle to concentrate throughout the day. Whether this issue stays at school or work or pervades more of your life, when you can’t focus, it can have an impact on your health. A lack of focus can aggravate anxiety and depression, and when you are absent-minded, you are more likely to hurt yourself or get into an accident. Therefore, it is important to prioritiz…Read More

  3. 5 Benefits of Regular Exercise

    At Men’s Vitality Center in Glendale, many men come to us looking for ways to feel better. Whether they have difficulty sleeping, low mood, fatigue, sexual dysfunction, or digestive issues, there is one solution we will always prescribe: exercise! Regular exercise is essential to your health, and offers a wide variety of benefits to you. If you are looking for motivation to exercise, read on for…Read More

  4. Testosterone’s Various Roles in the Body

    You may associate testosterone with the development of male characteristics and sexual function in men, but it actually serves many different purposes throughout the body. In this blog, we will look into the various roles testosterone plays in the body. Endocrine System The endocrine system is responsible for making hormones. The brain tells the pituitary gland, part of the endocrine system, how m…Read More

  5. Coping With Back Problems At Work

    Every year, millions of Americans experience back pain in their workplace. Whether it is a stabbing pain in your lower back or a dull ache in your mid-back, back pain makes it difficult to do your job well. Unfortunately, there are many professions that require a lot from your back, such as construction or factory workers. Even people who work in offices can be impacted by back pain. In this blog,…Read More

  6. The Mind/Body Connection

    In our society, men are often discouraged from expressing their emotions. However, there is evidence that this is to the detriment of our health. When we freely express emotions without judgment, there is evidence to suggest that we are both mentally and physically healthier. In contrast, when we repress our emotions, it causes harm to our physical and emotional selves. In this blog, we will go ov…Read More

  7. Sleep and Your Mental Health

    It is incredibly common for Americans to be sleep deprived. After all, between juggling responsibilities at work, family obligations, and managing a household, it can be easy to prioritize a million things over sleep. Compounded by common challenges such as financial troubles, health concerns, and relationship problems, you may find sleep rather elusive. However, sleep is an integral part of your …Read More

  8. Does Soy Lower Testosterone?

    Every once and awhile, we hear the question, “Does soy lower testosterone?” This question is common because a debate about the effects of soy on men has been going on for years now. Because soy is one of the most widely consumed foods in the world, for men who are concerned about their testosterone levels, they are understandably skeptical about soy. Fortunately, the short answer is that it pr…Read More

  9. Guide to Anger Management, Part Two

    Anger is a healthy and important emotion, but many people, particularly men, struggle with it. In our previous blog, we started going over some tips for dealing with anger. In this blog, we will continue with some more tips that may help you manage your anger. Focus on solutions It’s easy to get frustrated when things aren’t going your way and to focus solely on your anger. Instead, shift your…Read More

  10. Guide to Anger Management, Part One

    While anger issues can affect anyone, men are more often affected by this powerful emotion. This may be due to the way men are socialized. Because it is considered “unmanly” and “feminine” to express emotions such as sadness and disappointment, many men turn to anger as a safe emotion for them to express. It’s normal to feel anger; however, many men find it difficult to deal with it in a…Read More