Integrative Men's Health.
By: Spar, Myles D.
Contributor(s): Munoz, George E.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Weil Integrative Medicine Library: Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, USA, 2014Description: 1 online resource (466 p.).ISBN: 9780199843800.Subject(s): Complementary Therapies | Integrative Medicine | Men’s HealthGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Integrative Men's HealthDDC classification: 613.04234 | 613/.04234 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Cover; Integrative Men's Health; Copyright; Dedication; FOREWORD; PREFACE; CONTENTS; CONTRIBUTORS; 1. Introduction to Integrative Health and Medicine for Men; 2. Nutritional Therapies for Men's Health; 3. Dietary Supplements and Men's Health; 4. Mind-Body Medicine and Men's Health; 5. Spirituality; 6. Physical Activity and Men's Health; 7. Traditional Chinese Medicine; 8. Ayurveda and Men's Health; 9. Homeopathy for Men's Health; 10. Men's Integrative Cardiology; 11. Urology; 12. Integrative Men's Sexual Health; 13. Testosterone Deficiency and Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM)
14. Bone Health15. Gastrointestinal Disease in Men; 16. Integrative Treatment of Common Cancers in Men; 17. Dermatologic Conditions; 18. Healthy Aging; 19. Environmental Toxins and Men's Health; 20. The Future of Integrative Men's Health; Index
As a field, men's health is far behind women's health in terms of the availability of reliable, scientifically based information that men, their partners, and health care providers can rely on when seeking information and treatment. Moreover, integrative approaches are becoming more popular with men whose healthcare providers understand that most of the leading causes of morbidity and mortality in men, including cardiovascular disease, cancer, urologic disease, and sexual dysfunction, can be ameliorated using an integrative approach, with more emphasis on the patient-provider relationship, lif
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