Men have a strong sense of disapproval of disease, but when they actually get sick, they often ignore it, thinking it will improve on its own. Therefore, modern men should follow the following ten tips from doctors in health care.
1. Chest pain must be examined. Men sometimes experience chest pain after doing physical work or exercising. Generally, chest pain will stop after a short rest, and there is no need to be nervous. "However, this may also be an early symptom of heart disease. It is best to go to a hospital for an examination. Perhaps nothing has happened, but the diagnosis will only reassure people.".
2. Watch out for 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 this disease reaches 85%, otherwise treatment is quite difficult. Men can often examine their sexual organs themselves, preferably when their skin becomes soft after a warm bath. If there are bumps on the skin, you should immediately go to the hospital for examination.
3. Change the bad habit of not going to the hospital for several years. Many men do not like to see a doctor and always believe that they are not ill. However, according to statistics, 80% of seriously ill patients admit that they do not go to the hospital for a long time, and minor illnesses become serious illnesses. They only have to go to the hospital when heart disease, cerebral hemorrhage, and other diseases occur, delaying the best treatment opportunity. Therefore, annual routine physical examination is the best way to maintain health.
4. Try to eat less greasy and fried food. Men tend to have heavier tastes, especially those who love drinking alcohol. They generally like to eat greasy and fried foods, which can easily lead to weight gain. This increases the risk of vascular disease. Therefore, men should gradually adapt to eating lighter foods, eat more vegetable oil and less animal oil, eat more garlic and fish at ordinary times, and drink some red wine in moderation. These practices can reduce cholesterol content.
5. It's better not to smoke. Smoking increases the risk of cardiovascular disease, lung cancer, and respiratory diseases. To be healthy, it is best to quit smoking. If you cannot quit for a while, you should eat more carrots, sweet peppers, onions, garlic, spinach, and orange fruits, eat more fish, and drink tea regularly to reduce the harm of smoking.
6. Take care of the moles on your body. "If there is no increase or bleeding, moles themselves will not pose any danger, but many men do not care much about their skin and need to change this bad habit.". Frequently pay attention to whether there are abnormalities in your moles to avoid serious consequences from their malignant transformation.
7. Maintain a certain amount of physical activity. Too little physical activity can make people fat. Modern men are becoming less physically active, so many middle-aged people are gaining weight. Excess weight places a great burden on the heart and joints become less flexible. Therefore, men should at least take frequent walks, and it is best to participate in physical exercise regularly to promote health while also increasing attractiveness.
8. Don't forget the threat of high blood pressure. High blood pressure poses a threat to the heart and is often the cause of a heart attack or cerebral haemorrhage. Therefore, men should regularly take their blood pressure. People with high blood pressure should take medication as instructed by the doctor. If the disease improves, they should not stop taking medication.
9. Be careful when going to the bathroom longer. The longer men go to the bathroom is generally related to constipation or hemorrhoids, and in this case, they should eat more vegetables and fruits, and drink more water. If the number of times you go to the bathroom also increases, it may be prostatitis that is causing trouble. Need to go to the hospital for examination.
10. It is important to understand the family medical history. Many diseases can be hereditary. Men should know what diseases their elders and family members have suffered from, ask the elderly and write them down. Targeted health care can prevent the occurrence of many diseases and provide timely diagnosis and treatment after illness.