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Friday 30 October 2015

Men Frequent Urination At Night: Treatment and Prevent

The term Nocturia, as a symptom, is generally used to mean that the patient is waking to pass urine more frequently than normal per night. If this happens more than twice a night, it can be a problem. Nocturia is common in older people. Research shows two out of three men, aged 50 years old and above have a problem with night urination.

Frequent urination is not a symptom of a problem, but is the problem. In people with overactive bladder syndrome, involuntary bladder contractions lead to frequent and often urgent urination, meaning you have to get to a bathroom right now -- even if your bladder is not full. It may also lead you to wake up once or more during the night to use the bathroom. Wake up too often at night can cause problems in day-to-day life. Some people may not be able to get back to sleep after wake up at night. It has significant impact on quality of sleep and quality of life.

Frequent urination can be a symptom of many different problems. When frequent urination is accompanied by fever, an urgent need to urinate, and pain or discomfort in the abdomen, you may have a urinary tract infection. Other possible causes of frequent urination include:

1. Diabetes. Frequent urination with an abnormally large amount of urine is often an early symptom of both type 1 and type 2 diabetes  as the body tries to rid itself of unused glucose through the urine.

2. Prostate problems. An enlarged prostate can press against the urethra (the tube that carries urine out the body) and block the flow of urine. This causes the bladder wall to become irritable. The bladder begins to contract even when it contains small amounts of urine, causing more frequent urination.

3. Interstitial cystitis. This condition of unknown cause is characterized by pain in the bladder and pelvic region. Often, symptoms include an urgent and/or frequent need to urinate.

4. Medication. These medications that are used to treat high blood pressure or fluid build work in the kidney and flush excess fluid from the body, causing frequent urination.

5. Stroke or other neurological diseases. Damage to nerves that supply the bladder can lead to problems with bladder function, including frequent and sudden urges to urinate.

6. Congestive Heart Failure. During the day, fluid     accumulates in the legs due to gravity and the heart’s inability to pump normally. When we lie down at night, this fluid, without the influence of gravity, re-enters the blood stream and causes an increase in urine production.
7. Aging. Increased age has been associated with decreased bladder capacity, as well as a tendency of bladder muscles to become overactive.
8. Alcohol and Caffeine. Late night ingestion of either of these can cause Nocturia that ruins sleep. 
9. Excessive Fluid Intakes. Some people used to consume more than 30% of their fluids after dinner. Restricting the amount of fluids close to bedtime and encouraging earlier consumption may alleviate the problem.
10. Obesity. We are not sure why, but in several studies, obesity, especially abdominal obesity, has been associated with an increased incidence of night time urination.

It is important that any causes of Nocturia get treated or that you are referred to the right specialist. Some of the health professionals you may be referred to can include a continence physiotherapist, continence nurse advisor, urologist or renal physician. However treatment for frequent urination will address the underlying problem that is causing it. For example, if diabetes is the cause, treatment will involve keeping blood sugar levels under control.

Some suggested treatments could be:

1. Diet modification. You should avoid any food that appears to irritate your bladder or acts as a diuretic. These may include caffeine, alcohol, carbonated drinks, tomato-based products, chocolateartificial sweeteners, and spicy foods. It's also important to eat high-fiber foods, because constipation may worsen the symptoms of overactive bladder syndrome.

2. Monitoring fluid intake. You should drink enough to prevent constipation and over-concentration of urine, but you should avoid drinking just before bedtime, which can lead to night time urination.

3. Exercises. These exercises help strengthen the muscles around the bladder and urethra to improve bladder control and reduce urinary urgency and frequency. Exercising pelvic muscles for five minutes three times a day can make a difference in bladder control.

4.Wearing suitable underwear. A cotton brief underwear with magnetic force might help in good blood circulation.

5. Lighting your path to the toilet (such as a night light) to avoid fall. 

6. Placing a commode or bright coloured bucket for use at the bedside.

Thursday 22 October 2015

Men Health Screening - About Your Penis

Lets have a simple check on your men's health. If your answer is Yes, you get 3 points.  No for 1 points. Unsure/sometimes for 2 points. Add up and you will get your score.

1.        Do you have a family history of the following?
a.      Diabetes                                                     yes / no/ unsure
b.      Hearth Disease                                          yes / no/ unsure
c.       Prostate Cancer                                       yes / no/ unsure

2.       In your daily life, do you…
a.      Always in stress                                     
         yes/no/ sometimes

b.      Smoke (more than 2 cigarettes a day)                                        
         yes/no/ sometimes

c.       Drink (more than 100ml alcoholic drink a day)                        
         yes/no/ sometimes

d.      Always take dinner after 8pm                                           
         yes/no/ sometimes

e.      Exercise less than 3 times a week (20 minutes)                         
         yes/no/ sometimes

3.       Every time when you attempted sexual intercourse, you think it may not satisfy your partner?
yes/no/ sometimes

4.       During sexual intercourse, do you face problems to maintain erections (stay long enough) after you had penetrated (entered) your partner?
yes/no/ sometimes

5.       When you have erections with sexual stimulation, your erections are not hard enough for penetration (entering your partner)?
yes/no/ sometimes

6.       Do you feeling lack of energy or easily get tired to carry out daily task?
yes/no/ sometimes

7.       Do you get up at night to go to bathroom? Does it border you?
yes/no/ sometimes

8.       Do you found of sudden desire to urinate, or urination leakage (wet your cloth)?
yes/no/ sometimes

9.       Do you had a sensation of not emptying your bladder completely after you finish urinating?
yes/no/ sometimes

10.   Do you found yourself stopped and started again several times when you urinated?
yes/no/ sometimes

Calculation :
Yes - 3 Points
No - 1 Point
Unsure/ Sometimes - 2 points.
Add up and you will get your total score! 

Email your total score to for results analysis.

Wednesday 14 October 2015

Best Foods to Boost Your Sex Drive

Men as young as 30 years old are now showing signs of low testosterone: reduced libido, brain fog and fewer erections on waking or even erectile dysfunction. Since testosterone is produced in the testes, exercise, relaxation, and letting it all hang loose can help improve the situation. 

None of us are new to the concept of tailoring your dinner order to date night, but you might be surprised to learn that the foods you eat can affect your date night far beyond anything. Slip some of these foods into your dinner or pair them and you’re looking at a better time in bed. Really. These foods boost your performance.This is a two-way street, so make sure you avoid the foods that will hurt your sex drive, too.

Allow yourself for the following food always: 

  1. Grapes for more active sperm
  2. Tuna for a higher sex drive
  3. Avocados to clear your pipes
  4. Pomegranate to fight impotence
  5. Venison for muscle growth
  6. Garlic for muscle maintenance
  7. Honey for better blood flow
  8. Eggs for a hormone boost
  9. Spinach for dilate blood vessels
  10. Pesto for Peak sexual Performance
  11. Watermelon for libido booster
  12. Lettuce activate sex hormones

Friday 9 October 2015

10 Sperm Killers You Need to Worried

For men who want childrensperm count and sperm quality are important. Considering this, it's understandable that people are interested in what activities and behaviors can be harmful to sperm. There are a lot of myths and rumors about what can affect sperm count, but the reality is that most activities men engage in won't hurt their fertility. 

Women release around 300-400 eggs during their lifetimes, while men produce millions of sperm each day. Sperm are energetic little guys, that's for sure. However, there are many external factors that can affect sperm health and since it takes two and a half months for sperm to mature, if you damage them at any point along the way, you can render yourself at least temporarily infertile.


1. High temperatures—the reason that the human testes are located external to the body is to keep them cooler than body temperature. Once the testicles reach 98 degrees Fahrenheit, sperm production stops. Any time sperm production is interrupted, it can take months for sperm to rebound. Heated car seats and heating pads increase testicular temperatures enough to decrease sperm production
2. Moist Heat—a study published back in 2007 found that even spending 30 minutes in a hot tub or Jacuzzi can cause a temporary reduction in sperm production. These effects are reversible but can take many months to show improvement.
3. Laptops—researchers at State University of New York at Stony Brook found a direct association between the use of laptops and an increased temperature of the scrotum of up to around 35 degrees, depending on positioning. The increase in heat has a known adverse effect on spermatogenesis, so if you're trying to get pregnant, leave the laptop on your desk.

4. Cell phones—a 2008 study showed that high cell phone usage leads to lowered sperm counts, motility, and morphology.  Better to keep your phone in your briefcase rather than in your pocket, to limit radiation exposure.

5. Briefs—they don't make a tremendous difference, but if you've got a low sperm count, choose boxers over briefs for best fertility. You don't want to create a constricted environment for the testes, where sperm production occurs.


6. Obesity—obese men have reduced testicular function and lowered sperm counts according to one 2009 study carried out by the World Health Organization.
7. Canned food - The biggest source of BPA contamination is food packaging; almost all metal cans are coated with a BPA resin. Your baby-making mojo's going to take a hit if you frequently find bacon and other processed meats on your plate. According to a study presented in October at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine's annual meeting, men who favored sausage and bacon . Harvard School of Public Health researchers interviewed men visiting a fertility clinic and found those who ate just one piece of sausage or slice of bacon a day saw a 30 percent decrease in normal sperm. Instead, their sperm was more likely to be misshaped and puny.
8. Daily Cash Bill Receipt - Think of how many receipt you received daily? The transactions are endless. The problem is, about 40 percent of receipts today are coated with the hormone-disrupting chemical bisphenol A (BPA), which has been linked to fertility problems and heart disease. A new study published in the journal Fertility and Sterility just discovered that men with higher BPA levels in their urine experienced low sperm counts and lower sperm quality than men with lower levels. 
9. Chemical-laced produce - Pesticides are meant to kill insect, but they can also affect your sperm. It's helpful to always wash your produce, but pesticides aren't just on food, they're in the food, too. So eat organic whenever possible, and start planning an organic garden. Be sure to avoid nonorganic produce on the dirty dozen list.
10. Party lifestyle—if you smoke, whether tobacco or marijuana, and indulge in alcohol, avoid all of them while trying to conceive. All of these affect sperm to one degree or another. Sex toys made of out vinyl contain phthalates, which are linked to cancer, allergies, birth defects, and infertility.