Born and raised in Iran, Dr. David Samadi is a classic case of the american dream. Moving to New York just before completing High School, he worked his way through college on a full scholarship. Later, he shined while attending medical school at Stony Brook School of Medicine. Dr. Samadi went on to train with at four different hospitals and schools for proctology, urology and oncology. Here are some tips for both men and women from his experiences treating patients.
Dr. Samadi knows that every woman is different, but menopause affects us at some point in our lives. There can be symptoms of pre-menopause anywhere from 45 to your late 50’s. You will tend to follow in your maternal footsteps, so keep an eye for your mother’s or grandmother’s menopause symptoms. Some things that will indicate menopause include: missing multiple periods, hot flashes, and mood swings. Hot flashes are the main symptom, which is a general hot feeling and sweating. Exercise, eating healthy, and layering can mitigate the severity of your hot flashes. Keep an open mind and talk to your doctor about other helpful tips. You could be saving yourself from risks of heart disease, osteoporosis, and weight gain.
Men can also go through tough times in their middle age. Erectile dysfunction can become a secondary issue stemming from other larger health conditions. Here are some helpful ways you can improve your overall health, including sexual health. When it comes to drugs and alcohol, the less the better. Avoid all illegal drugs entirely, and cut back or eliminate tobacco and alcohol. You increase your risk of heart disease, cancer, and overall shorter lifespan. Along with cutting down on the bad stuff, increase the good stuff. Have a healthy diet and exercise. The more you exercise, the healthier your heart and circulation is. Erectile dysfunction is directly affected by your circulation health. Another exercise you might be surprised by are kegels. Simply practice using the muscle that stops urination and you will achieve a stronger sexual endurance. They are not just for women, and can help men just as much with their sexual fulfillments. Lastly, and perhaps most importantly, get annual check-ups. Make sure that you are in good shape to practice the previous tips, and ask questions about your sexual health.
Overall, men and women can benefit from some simple tips thanks to Dr. David Samadi.