The importance of maintaining good health and health among men cannot be ignored. With health problems on increases, there is a need for people to understand their health and become more responsible for them. Health statistics show that men are more risky than women. Despite this reality, stereotypes are commonly held by men and society is that they are harder than women and hence the lower risk of disease and injury. Don’t buy this logic.
Pretty clear, the hectic style of modern times has contributed to increasing stress levels due to continuous work pressure, financial stress, family commitment and so on. In their constant efforts to manage stress, men are left without time to maintain their health. To add to this, smoking cases, alcoholism and drug abuse are more common among men, who further worsens health problems between them.
General health problems
Male health is often interrelated. One health problem can cause other problems. In addition to health problems that affect all sex such as coronary heart disease, hypertension, high cholesterol, and urinary tract infections, men are more susceptible to other health problems as well. This includes conditions involving ejaculation, prostate, and testicles.
Some general health problems are briefly explained here.
Hypertension or high blood pressure is a common condition faced by men. In this case the power flows through a person’s artery in a chronic high. Measurement of blood pressure above 120/80 mm Hg is considered a case of hypertension. If it is not stored, this condition can cause congestive heart failure, stroke, heart disease, visual disorders, and others.
Hyper-cholesterolemia is a condition of high cholesterol levels. Cholesterol is a soft wax fat substance that increases blood levels causing arterial blockages and can cause coronary heart disease, an increased risk of strokes, and a heart attack. The condition can even be proven fatal.
Obesity is called overweight. Fat men are considered to be at high risk of developing diabetes, cardiovascular disease, heart disease, asthma, etc.
Erection problems are very common among men. Men are increasingly experiencing conditions such as erectile dysfunction, delayed ejaculation, premature ejaculation and infertility.
The enlarged prostate is another matter. Prostate growth does not only involve prostate cells but also hormones. This affects other networks in the body. Sometimes they may experience cancer growth in the prostration gland. If it is not treated it can spread to the lungs, liver, bones, and other body parts. Initial intervention can reduce this growth.
The good news is that such general health problems can be prevented with good care. Good health is largely dependent on your lifestyle. Balanced diet along with the right exercise makes a lot of problems in the bay. In addition, it is important to go for annual examinations so that early detection can provide timely care.