There are several health related problems men face which if not addressed properly can get out of hand in future.
Men in our society are been considered as the breadwinners which is why they have to be really strong at most often times. As they grow older, health risks increases rapidly.
According to Research, once Men hit age 50 they tend to be really worried about their heart conditions and impotence. Those around 60 are at risk of prostate and dementia. They tend to be more apprehensive and take precautionary measures to stay safe.
Men tend to experience coronary artery disease earlier than women. Stress, anger, and anxiety raise levels of blood pressure and blood hormones which they can restrict blood flow to the heart.
Men are more likely to experience the heart attack symptoms such as crushing chest pain, discomfort, fullness in the chest.
Receive proper treatment with medical advice.
Men with poorly controlled diabetes are more likely to have sexual issues than those in good control.
The biggest cause of sexual issues for men is nerve and artery damage in the genital which disrupts blood flow and can cause erectile dysfunction.
Seek treatment early once you start noticing problems rather than waiting until they become severe as early problems are much easier to treat and are more successfully treated.
Paralysis is the loss of ability to move some or all of the body, in order to prevent paralysis it is important to have complete information about its early symptoms. Immediately check your doctor and start treatment and medications.
Metabolism slows down with age, which why you have to always consume a healthy balanced diet.
It is very important to consider the quantity and time of consuming food. Instead of having them in large quantities at once, break down your diet into five or six meals.
With a nutritious diet, regular exercise and health weight gain management it is possible to evade diabetes and joint pain.
Prostate Cancer is very common; it is the abnormal increase of cells in a male’s prostate gland which causes the prostate cancer.
Most men who suffer from this disease are aged over 60 and 65 years. In order to find out more about the benefits and risks of screening, consult your doctor.
If you are physically and socially active, you can reduce the risk of obesity, heart attack, paralysis and dementia, among other.
Always remember that what is good for your heart is also good for your mental health.