When it comes to health, men an women seem to have different approaches. Women are naturally more concerned, which is why they immediately run to a doctor once they find something out of the ordinary with their body.
Men on the other hand have a different story to tell. Whenever something unusual happens, they usually shrug it off, considering it as simply a weird bodily phase, until it is too late.
Men’s health habits are slowly becoming more alarming, and it’s a concern that affects a good number of individuals – and it is increasing. If women are worrying about the big C, then likewise men should be more concerned about prostate health, obesity and erectile dysfunction.
Prostate diseases vary – either you acquire prostatitis, BPH (or benign prostatic hyperplasia), or the worst, prostate cancer. If you are sensing that you are having difficulties in starting your urination, don’t ignore this, especially if you are starting to feel burning or pain during urination.
Most men are not comfortable discussing these situations, and unfortunately consider it embarrassing to even bring it up with their doctor. If you prolong this before you approach medical attention, you are also making it become harder to treat, and it could even be too late.
Erectile dysfunction or ED is one result of prostate cancer. For many, ED is thought to be a phase that every aging man simply has to go through. But what is especially alarming these days, is that males, as young as their late 40’s are experiencing this already.
There are other factors that causes ED such as: stress, diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and obesity. If you are overweight, you can be sure that nothing in your body is working normally.
Everything that happens all comes down to you taking care of your body seriously. Eating healthy and exercising is your only defense against these threats.