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Men: Know your triggers to help control your anger

Peter Andrew Sacco Ph.D.
International Self-Help Author/Psychotherapist
Frank Sileo's picture

Stress management for full-time working men

Frank J. Sileo, PhD
Licensed Psychologist
Frank Sileo's picture

Ways for men to show confidence through body language

Frank J. Sileo, PhD
Licensed Psychologist
Charlie Donaldson's picture

Mascupathy is a socialized disorder: Group therapy can help

Charlie Donaldson MA, LLP, LPC
Co-Founder and -Director
Muhammad A. Mirza's picture

Erectile dysfunction in young men: Causes and treatment advice

Muhammad A. Mirza, M.D.
Founder and Board Certified in Internal Medicine
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How men can supercharge their fertility

Dr. Allison K. Rodgers
Reproductive Endocrinologist
Muhammad A. Mirza's picture

How to speak with your loved one about erectile dysfunction

Muhammad A. Mirza, M.D.
Founder and Board Certified in Internal Medicine
Frank Healy's picture

Men's mental health issues are often misunderstood, get help now

Frank Healy
Licensed Professional Counselor, Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory
Muhammad A. Mirza's picture

Address the psychological effects of erectile dysfunction (ED)

Muhammad A. Mirza, M.D.
Founder and Board Certified in Internal Medicine
Muhammad A. Mirza's picture

Using marijuana can be a contributing factor to erectile dysfunction

Muhammad A. Mirza, M.D.
Founder and Board Certified in Internal Medicine
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Men: Know your triggers to help control your anger

No one can make you angry unless you let them. Unless you are a puppet or brain dead, you choose to be angry because that is what you choose to feel! Anger is a secondary emotion! Something must always come before the emotion of anger and that usually stress or frustration caused by a trigger. Do you know what your trigger is? Do you what type(s) of anger you possess? Once you know your triggers and type(s), then managing it because a whole lot easier!

Peter Andrew Sacco Ph.D.International Self-Help Author/Psychotherapist

Peter Sacco is also the acclaimed author of What's Your Anger Type?, a self-help guide for overcoming anger management problems. And in Why Keeping Resolutions Are So Ridiculously Difficult! The Handbook To Understanding And Overcoming Procrasti...

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Ways for men to show confidence through body language

As men, we want to feel self-confident in our work, our dating relationships and in our abilities to play an instrument, a sport to name a few. Individuals with self-confidence trust in their abilities, have realistic expectations, know their strengths and weaknesses, are able to adjust to difficult situations, and meet different challenges given to them. Being self-confident is more than just words and the ability to say one is self-confident. Confident body language is also very important. Studies have shown that body language constitutes more than 80% of communication.

Frank J. Sileo, PhDLicensed Psychologist

Dr. Frank J. Sileo is a New Jersey licensed psychologist and is the Founder and Executive Director of The Center for Psychological Enhancement, LLC located in Ridgewood, New Jersey. He received his Doctorate in psychology from Fordham University...

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Erectile dysfunction in young men: Causes and treatment advice

Most of us associate erectile dysfunction (ED) with older men. This is primarily due to what we see in pharmaceutical advertisements and what we know (or think we know) about the natural decline of bodily functions as we age. In the medical sphere, however, we’re seeing more and more data on younger men (those in their early 20’s to mid 30’s) presenting with ED symptoms. As adults, we should know that it’s not our age, but rather our unique state of physical and mental health, that determines our risk for illness, disease, and dysfunction.

Muhammad A. Mirza, M.D.Founder and Board Certified in Internal Medicine

Dr. Muhammad Mirza, M.D. is the Medical Director at Doctor Available, LLC, based in New Jersey, and the founder of ErectileDoctor.com. He is board certified in internal medicine and has had extensive experience as a practicing clinical physician...

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How to speak with your loved one about erectile dysfunction

When you first realize that the sexual issues you’ve been experiencing are a result of what could be erectile dysfunction (ED), talking to anyone about it could be terrifying. In fact, most men have reported that the primary reason they don’t seek help right away for their ED symptoms is due to fear of embarrassment. There’s also the hope that the symptoms of ED will pass on their own, which could occur if you have situational ED, caused by stress or some other temporary factor.

Muhammad A. Mirza, M.D.Founder and Board Certified in Internal Medicine

Dr. Muhammad Mirza, M.D. is the Medical Director at Doctor Available, LLC, based in New Jersey, and the founder of ErectileDoctor.com. He is board certified in internal medicine and has had extensive experience as a practicing clinical physician...

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Address the psychological effects of erectile dysfunction (ED)

Men suffering from erectile dysfunction (ED) commonly experience adverse psychological effects. Sexual dysfunction is still a sensitive topic that most of us have a difficult time discussing with anyone, let alone with a doctor that we hardly know. Most of us don’t like admitting that we have a problem or that something is wrong, and with ED, men report that embarrassment is what often prevents them from speaking to a medical professional about the issue. It’s important for one’s physical and psychological well-being to speak with a medical professional about persistent ED symptoms.

Muhammad A. Mirza, M.D.Founder and Board Certified in Internal Medicine

Dr. Muhammad Mirza, M.D. is the Medical Director at Doctor Available, LLC, based in New Jersey, and the founder of ErectileDoctor.com. He is board certified in internal medicine and has had extensive experience as a practicing clinical physician...

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Using marijuana can have adverse effects on male fertility

Marijuana use by both men and women has been scientifically proven to have an adverse effect on fertility. The active ingredient in marijuana, tetrahydrocannabinol or THC, causes sperm to become prematurely hyperactive. Normally, functioning sperm only become hyperactive once they reach the fallopian tubes to allow them the strength to reach the egg for fertilization. When sperm come into contact with THC, however, they become hyperactive right away and essentially burn out before they can ever make it to their destination.

Muhammad A. Mirza, M.D.Founder and Board Certified in Internal Medicine

Dr. Muhammad Mirza, M.D. is the Medical Director at Doctor Available, LLC, based in New Jersey, and the founder of ErectileDoctor.com. He is board certified in internal medicine and has had extensive experience as a practicing clinical physician...

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Stress management for full-time working men

Stress is one of the major factors affecting men’s physical and mental health. The stress and tension that men experience balancing work, home, family, friends and other commitments can take its toll. Studies have shown that stress is a major contributor to heart disease, high blood pressure, and stress-related illnesses such as chronic back pain, chronic fatigue syndrome, irritable bowel syndrome, migraine headaches, psoriasis and ulcers. From a mental health perspective, stress can lead to anxiety, depression, and substance abuse to name a few.

Frank J. Sileo, PhDLicensed Psychologist

Dr. Frank J. Sileo is a New Jersey licensed psychologist and is the Founder and Executive Director of The Center for Psychological Enhancement, LLC located in Ridgewood, New Jersey. He received his Doctorate in psychology from Fordham University...

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Mascupathy is a socialized disorder: Group therapy can help

One of the challenges for therapists who work with men is to identify the symptoms and chart the treatment for the men who come to their practices with a new vision of men and masculinity.

More specifically the concept of mascupathy, which is based on the understanding that socialized masculinity is itself diseased—in other words, pathological—and is the source of many of the symptoms that men exhibit in treatment.

The following are some ways to determine if mascupathy is affecting you, and how to find help if it is.

Charlie Donaldson MA, LLP, LPC Co-Founder and -Director

Charlie Donaldson, MA, LLP, LPC, is the co-founder and director of the Institute for the Prevention and Treatment of Mascupathy (IPTM), www.mascupathy.org, which provides education, intervention, and advocacy for the prevention and treatment of ...

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How men can supercharge their fertility

Approximately 1 in 8 couples have problems becoming pregnant, and 40 percent of infertility diagnoses come from the male partner. The advice for women trying to conceive is well-known and easy to find. What about ways for men to optimize their fertility? Learn the Dos and Don’ts of supercharging male fertility.

Dr. Allison K. RodgersReproductive Endocrinologist

Dr. Rodgers is board certified in both Obstetrics and Gynecology and Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, and has been practicing medicine since 2004. She completed her residency at Case Western Reserve-Metrohealth Medical Center/Clevelan...

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Men's mental health issues are often misunderstood, get help now

Frank Healy Licensed Professional Counselor, Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory Associates For Life Enhancement

One of the challenges for men in the modern world is to accept that they have stress, depression, anxiety and other mental health issues. Women now expect their man to be open and share his feelings. In previous generations men were expected to go to work and provide the money. This was not healthy as men have as much of a need as women to express and heal their feelings. This article will give you tips on how to seek therapy and handle your feelings in a productive way.

Frank HealyLicensed Professional Counselor, Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory

Frank Healy is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of New Jersey. He counsels people with depression and anxiety. He has Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory. He remembers every day of his life since he was six years old. This incl...

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Using marijuana can be a contributing factor to erectile dysfunction

In many cases, long-term and/or excessive marijuana consumption has been linked back to healthy young men experiencing erectile dysfunction (ED), inhibited orgasms or difficulty gaining an erection all together. Studies have found that there are receptors for tetrahydrocannabinol, more popularly known as THC, in the smooth muscle tissue of the penis. THC has an inhibitory effect on the smooth muscle tissue, which poses a problem as the penis is made up of 70-80% smooth muscle tissue.

Muhammad A. Mirza, M.D.Founder and Board Certified in Internal Medicine

Dr. Muhammad Mirza, M.D. is the Medical Director at Doctor Available, LLC, based in New Jersey, and the founder of ErectileDoctor.com. He is board certified in internal medicine and has had extensive experience as a practicing clinical physician...

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Recognize symptoms of erectile dysfunction and get help

Erectile dysfunction (ED) has become an increasingly prominent issue among adult men within the United States. Men experiencing ED are more likely to suffer from general health concerns, depression, and an overall depleted sense of well-being. The recent statistics from the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) state that an average of 31% of adult men suffer from some form of sexual dysfunction. This is a serious public health concern, as ED could be a warning sign for more serious physical or psychological issues.

Muhammad A. Mirza, M.D.Founder and Board Certified in Internal Medicine

Dr. Muhammad Mirza, M.D. is the Medical Director at Doctor Available, LLC, based in New Jersey, and the founder of ErectileDoctor.com. He is board certified in internal medicine and has had extensive experience as a practicing clinical physician...

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