Many men suffer from poor health, mentally and physically speaking and we want to encourage early detection and treatment of these issues.
Why maintaining your health matters
Our society is slowly correcting many problems from the past, bringing many positive changes. Still, we have overlooked men’s health in the past decades. We tend to view men as strong and independent people in our society. Even if that is true, that does not mean they are immune to the trials of life. If your partner is a man or you are a man yourself, take care of yourself. Eat properly, exercise regularly, and avoid substances like alcohol and tobacco to ensure your best mental and physical health.
Men, just like women, are more prone to certain diseases. Here are some essential data about men’s health.
Since there is not enough awareness of men’s mental health, they are less likely to seek professional help. Without an outlet for men to discuss their issues, it can result in higher suicidal rates by almost four times compared to women.
Tips for Men’s Health
- Keep your stress level as low as you can
Try walking, meditating, or working out daily or as often as possible. These exercises release chemicals and hormones in your brain that are good for your body and health.
If you feel stressed, let people know about it. Often, men tend to keep quiet when they have problems. Letting people know you are having a hard time or are too stressed will make people more comprehensive about the situation. Speaking about this will make you feel better.
- Go to the doctor for your regular checkups
Men tend to go less to the doctor than women. Complications can arise later in life if an illness, disease, or injury is not treated promptly.
If your family members are prone to heart diseases, diabetes, or any other, we recommend doing some checkups with a doctor regularly. If you are in your 40s, checking up every year should be enough.
It is important to access your mental health alongside your physical health. If you are feeling down or you suspect having a mental condition, the best thing to do is meet with a professional therapist to help you through challenging situations.
- Eat healthily and avoid substances
Men are more prone to drink alcohol and have a poor diet than women. This statistic, of course, varies from region and country. Still, ensure a balanced diet from a young age to avoid health complications. If you are uncertain how to manage your diet, a visit with a dietitian would be beneficial.
Smoking compromises the heart, and the risk of having a heart attack increases by 50%.
At Signature, we care for all individuals and understand the importance of raising awareness for Men’s Health Month. It is our goal for everyone to live a long, healthy, and happy life.
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