Chest pain must be checked after physical work or exercise. Some men may experience chest pain. Generally, chest pain will stop after a short rest, but you should be vigilant. This may be an early symptom of heart disease, and it is best to go to a hospital for a check up.
Beware of hidden testicular cancer
Men between the ages of 20 and 40 are prone to tumors, with testicular cancer being one of them. If discovered promptly, the cure rate of the disease reaches 85%.
Men should often conduct self examination of their sexual organs, preferably after a warm bath. If they find small bumps on their skin, they should immediately go to the hospital for examination.
Don't go to the hospital until you're seriously ill
Many men find it troublesome to see a doctor. According to statistics, 80% of seriously ill patients admit that they have been unable to see a doctor for a long time, resulting in minor illnesses being mistaken for major illnesses, delaying the best treatment opportunity. Annual routine physical examination is the best way to maintain health.
Try to eat less greasy and fried food
Men generally have a heavier taste and prefer greasy and fried foods, which can increase the risk of vascular disease.
Therefore, you should eat more light food, eat more vegetable oil and less animal oil, usually eat more garlic and fish, and drink some red wine in moderation, which can reduce cholesterol content.
Best not to smoke
Smoking increases the risk of cardiovascular disease, lung cancer, and respiratory diseases. If you want to be healthy, it's best to quit smoking. If you can't quit for a while, you should eat more carrots, sweet peppers, onions, garlic, spinach, and fruits, and drink tea regularly.