We’ve all heard the term “women’s problems” to refer to women’s health concerns, but how often do we talk about “men’s problems”? Yet we have our own particular set of health issues that affect us, and us alone.
Our problem is that we don’t like to visit the doctor – unlike women; most Australian men will delay seeing their healthcare professional and will avoid check-ups like the plague. So what can you do to keep “men’s problems” under control?
What you can do
Of course, if you have any health concerns that worry you, or if you are having any urinary condition symptoms, it makes sense to see your doctor, even if you are reluctant.
To improve your overall well-being, try supplements containing ingredients that may address men’s health concerns. These include:
- Zinc, which supports prostate health and helps maintain normal hormone levels, such as testosterone, the male sex hormone.
- Saw palmetto, which may relieve symptoms of medically diagnosed benign prostatic hypertrophy, such as night time urination and impaired urinary flow.
- Tribulus terrestris, a traditional Ayurvedic (Indian) herbal medicine used to support normal healthy sexual function.
- Lycopene, which supports prostate health.