What is osteoarthritis?
It is also known under the name of joint disease or degenerative arthritis. It’s the most widely spread chronic condition of the joints. What is it in more technical terms? Basically the cartilage that covers the end of each bone starts to break down. This leads to pain, swelling and issues with movements. Continue reading
Your memory is a vital part of your cognitive processing abilities without which you would be rendered useless. Your memory, be it strong or weak, is critical in the manner in which you behave and function on a day to day basis.
There are various aliments, conditions, and diseases that can impact the cognitive ability to retain thoughts as memory, which is highly unpredictable or detectable. However, there are certain ways you can avoid any harm coming to your powers of retaining memory. Continue reading
In order to stay away from herpes, you need to know everything important about this virus. What this virus is? What causes herpes? How can you recognize herpes symptoms? How to treat herpes? Continue reading
Testosterone is a hormone that is found in both men and women, but men have more while it is found less in women. Testosterone is often associated with one individual’s sex life, but it also affects bone, the production of red blood cell, the way men store fat in the body and muscle mass.
The levels of testosterone have a great impact on a man life, including a man’s physical and mental health. Continue reading
In recent years a diagnosis has become more and more common: hypogonadism, also known as low T, and usually named testosterone low level. Studies show that about a quarter of the men tested for low testosterone have levels below normal.
On the one hand, testosterone low level is caused by an aging population, on a global level.
But, what is testosterone and why does it decline? Continue reading
What is testosterone?
Testosterone is a steroid hormone hat stimulates development of male secondary sexual characteristics, produced mainly in the testes, but also in the ovaries and adrenal cortex.
What are the causes of testosterone low levels?
Aging is the first factor that causes low testosterone levels, or low T. It’s naturally that testosterone starts to decrease after the age of 30. Besides that, Continue reading