Men are the backbone of a family, and when it comes to being stronger than women, men tend to be more easily knocked down. The World Health Organization has announced that compared to women, men are more vulnerable to cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, frequent social interactions, and diseases such as hepatitis and pneumonia. But when it comes to caring for one's own health, men often appear relatively slow. 80% of severely ill men in China admitted in the survey that their bodies are repeatedly overdrawn due to long-term neglect of health issues. Below, help build eight lines of defense for men's health.
Line 1 defense: Don't eat fat after the age of 40
Americans refer to cardiovascular disease as a "male disease," and they have found that men in their forties and fifties who have large stomachs and smoke mostly carry a diagnosis of cardiovascular disease. Medical experts from the National University of Ireland suggest that to reduce this phenomenon, women must take care of their husbands' mouths, help them quit smoking, and write a heart protecting recipe. Men love to eat meat and fried foods the most, and their preference for animal fat can lead to excessive fat deposition on blood vessels, causing arteriosclerosis and the formation of blood clots. To control men's mouths, it is necessary to encourage them to eat more fish, soy products, nuts, oats, and garlic, all of which are the "nemesis" of cardiovascular diseases. In addition, it is important to eat less salt, more fruits, and avoid eating animal organs and fat after the age of 40.
Line 2: Put a bottle of emergency medicine in your bag
In sudden death caused by cardiovascular disease, the proportion of males is much higher than that of females. For men who are obese, smoke, and have been in a state of fatigue and tension for a long time, it may be possible to have a sudden heart attack while playing ball, taking a shower, having a meeting, or eating. Therefore, men over the age of 40, especially those with high-risk factors for heart disease, should carry emergency medicine with them to provide "insurance" for their heart. For example, keep a bottle of nitroglycerin in a leather bag or pocket, and prepare a bottle for frequently staying bedside, study, office, bathroom, etc. Once a condition occurs, immediately remove one tablet and place it under the tongue for oral administration. If the pain symptoms have not significantly alleviated after taking it, it may be a myocardial infarction and it is necessary to go to the hospital immediately.