Men's health is important! The 21st Century Man is a comprehensive and medically accurate men's health book written by an elite team of 60 doctors and health experts. This essential book reveals insider secrets that men in midlife and beyond need to recover, rebuild, and maintain their physical, mental, emotional, and sexual health.
Contributors are experts and board-certified physicians in cardiology, oncology, and cancer genetics, vascular health, urology, orthopedics, chiropractic, and pain medicine, including an infectious disease specialist, a podiatrist, a hand surgeon, and a sleep specialist, as well as experts in the emerging fields of sexual health and rejuvenation medicine. The book also provides chapters on emotional and mental health, as well as fresh insights on relationships. The 21st Century Man is the book all men will want after turning 40 to feel great, look good, and have better physical intimacy for the rest of their lives.
Every man over 35 needs to own and read this comprehensive health guide for men. 60 board-certified doctors and men’s health experts offer advice and insider secrets that men over 35 need to recover and maintain their physical, mental, and sexual health to feel great, look good, and have better intimacy. Emphasizing prevention and early intervention, The 21st Century Man has sections on the most common causes of mortality, nutrition, exercise, aesthetics, addiction, mental health, relationships, lifestyle and health insurance. There is an extensive section on sexual health and sexual medicine written by an all-star cast of physicians.
Lead author, Dr. Judson Brandeis, voted best urologist in the SF Bay Area for a decade, is a surgeon, researcher, physician educator, and a caring clinician. A graduate of Brown University, Vanderbilt Medical School, UCLA Urology residency, and a Harvard research fellowship, he specializes in the emerging fields of men's sexual health and rejuvenation medicine. Dr Brandeis packed the book with vital information on sustaining health and intimacy, presented from a non-judgmental point of view.