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Male display: Most species have some feature that helps distinguish males from females. For us, the lower face and body hair follicles respond to testosterone; high levels produce growth of thick hairs in many (not all) men. The evolution of such characteristics is often puzzling. This essay seems reasonable http://www. Abc. Net. Au/science/articles/2009/09/08/2679925.Htm. ...Read more
Same genes: The more chest and back hair a man is naturally blessed with, the faster his hair regresses on his scalp. This is quite a close correlation. Some treatment options are available for loss of scalp hair, or the man can embrace his masculinity and heritage and remember that 95% of good looks is physical fitness. Photo guy isn't complaining. ...Read more
Sexual dimorphism: This has evolved as a way for a man to demonstrate sexual maturity / virility. The whole subject of evolution of traits that distinguish grown men from grown women, why they vary between species and between members of the same species (many women say they prefer smooth men), is a fascinating read in the realm of evolutionary biology. ...Read more
Genetics: Facial hair is a genetically programmed trait. So - pick your parents carefully! ...Read more
Bacteria: Usually men do not get uti's as frequently as the urethra tume from the bladder to the outside world, is longer than in women affording better protection from bacteria on the skin. If the prostate is large, as it gets as we age, or it there is a stricture (an obstruction in the tube) then the bladder may not empty and residual urine in the bladder is more likely to become infected. ...Read more
Please help! I want to be in relationship like other normal men. Any easy ways to reduce excess hairiness?
Let's talk: You're looking for somebody special, and there's already somebody right for you. Many women prefer a hairy man, most men are at least a little bit jealous, and the vast majority of women care only about who you are. And you could already have shaved yourself. Why not talk to some sensible folks -- anyone from a therapist to dad -- about what's really getting in the way of your finding romance? ...Read more
Many older men: The exact numbers are unknown because this is something men are unlikely to brag about and many do not bring it to their doctor's attention. It is why ed drugs sell so well and many unfortunate practices as well such as the presumed improvement in sexuality from teas made from rhinoceros horn which is depleting the species. ...Read more
They're men.: Men feel emotions but are less inclined than women to express them. Psychologists report than men think much more than they feel & women not only think & feel at the same time but tend to have more words to use than men. In addition there is a societal pressure for a man to be tough, & expressing emotions other than anger does not fit that image. When given permission men can express emotions. ...Read more
Sure: You may not derive the promised benefits, sexually or otherwise. It's a mix of saw palmetto and astaxanthin. They are both interesting molecules. Saw palmetto is usually offered for benign prostatic disease in older men; it failed a big controlled study but anecdotally it's interesting. Astaxanthin colors shrimp pink and is an antioxidant. ...Read more
Neem supports normal skin health
neem is useful as a tonic and astringent that supports the body's natural wound healing abilities.
Neem has detoxifying benefits that help maintain healthy circulatory, digestive, respiratory, and urinary systems.
Neem supports normal function of the dermal and circulatory systems
neem supports normal, clean blood flow to the organs from www. Naturesmedicine. Eu. ...Read more
Yes It Can.: While there are many causes of male impotence, known today as erectile dysfunction (ed), alcohol use is a common cause. This type of ed has a simple treatment: do not associate alcohol use with sex. Stop drinking! If one's ed does not resolve by stopping drinking of alcohol, make an appointment with your primary care physician. As mentioned above, there are other causes of ed. ...Read more
Stress, etc., &often: The most common cause in someone without serious health issues is psychologic. Stress is a huge factor, as is the nature of your intimate relationships. However some other causes can be from medications such as many blood pressure meds, diabetes, alcohol, and circulation problems. Low testosterone is less likely in a young person. Find the cause and improvement is likely! ...Read more
YES!: Yes, men can get osteoporosis. Men at increased risk are those who have been treated with certain medicines including steroids (prednisone) or medicines to treat prostate problems or cancer. Thin men or men with a family history are also at risk. Men can have the same testing as women to determine if they have osteoporosis, it is a simple xray test called a bone density or DEXA scan. Get tested! ...Read more