1. How to Help Sleep Apnea Symptoms at Home

    Sleep apnea is a very serious condition. It can increase your risk of heart attack and stroke and could even be fatal. The symptoms of sleep apnea include: Loud snoring while you sleep Waking up with feeling that you can't breathe or are gasping for air A sore throat in the mornings Having a headache when you wake up Feeling tired throughout the day If you suspect you are suffering from sleep apne…Read More

  2. Learning to Manage Type 2 Diabetes

    Diabetes can be a difficult diagnosis for many people to stomach. Millions of Americans currently suffer from Type 2 diabetes, and early detection and management can lead to a better quality of life. When your body cannot efficiently use insulin, your entire lifestyle may need to be changed. Learning to manage Type 2 diabetes can take a long time to fully understand. Thankfully, there is help avai…Read More

  3. Improving HDL Levels

    We have all heard of “GOOD” and “BAD” cholesterol levels. Cholesterol levels and heart health go hand-in-hand. Good cholesterol, also known as high density lipoproteins (HDL), helps to improve your health. Bad cholesterol, also known as low density lipoproteins (LDL), has a negative impact on health. One of the ways in which you can take control of your overall health and well-being is to …Read More

  4. Controlling High Blood Pressure

    High blood pressure is one of the biggest health issues that Americans face. Also known as hypertension, this medical disorder can affect men and women of any age. For individuals that put off the management and treatment of high blood pressure, uncontrolled blood pressure can have some very serious side effects. Contrary to popular belief, high blood pressure can be controlled in a few different …Read More

  5. Difference Between HDL and LDL

    One of the important aspects of health is understanding the things that are good and bad for you. Cholesterol is one of the very important aspects of health that more people should understand. Too many people leave the understanding of medical conditions up to their physicians. In actuality, everyone should have an idea of how cholesterol can affect their health. Cholesterol issues are becoming mo…Read More

  6. Difference Between Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes

    Diabetes is a disease that affects around 29 million people in the United States alone. This means that a little less than 10% of the population of the United States is affected by this disease. There are two different types of diabetes; Type 1 and Type 2. This disease can affect men, women, and children of any age. Diabetes is incredibly common and your physician at Men’s Vitality Center in Gle…Read More

  7. Understanding Rheumatoid Arthritis

    You may have heard about rheumatoid arthritis but you may not completely understand what the condition entails. This chronic condition affects many Americans, both men and women. Rheumatoid arthritis affects women much more often than their aged paired male counterparts. With the help of men’s health services in Glendale and Phoenix, the physicians at Men’s Vitality Center can help male patien…Read More

  8. Is Medication Necessary for Cholesterol Management?

    Unusually high levels of Low Density Lipoproteins (LDL) can negatively affect the health of men and women of any age. High cholesterol (high LDL and low HDL levels) is one of the biggest factors that can be controlled when it comes to coronary artery disease of any kind. High levels of LDL can also lead to blocked arteries, stroke, and heart attacks. Individuals that have been diagnosed with high …Read More