- Periodic medical check-ups
Although as a man you feel healthy, regular checkups such as blood pressure measurements, blood glucose tests or prostate checkups are important to rule out health problems. Go to the doctor, doing so can prevent problems such as depression or anxiety.
- Decrease alcohol consumption
The harmful use of alcohol caused the death of almost three million people in 2016; of them, 75% were men, according to data from the World Health Organization (WHO). Drinking in excess increases the immediate risk of injury, traffic accidents or violence, in addition to causing liver damage, cancer, and heart disease.
- Abandon the cigarette
Tobacco causes cancer, cerebrovascular and cardiac diseases, decreases your sexual performance by not having enough lung energy. Moreover, according to data from the (WHO) causes more than seven million deaths each year, on the other hand, causes impotence in men. Quitting smoking is one of the best things you can do for your health.
- Better feeding
Maintaining a healthy diet helps prevent diabetes and many other diseases such as morbid obesity. Try to eat more fruits, legumes, vegetables, nuts, whole grains, avoiding the excess of sweets, salt, sugar and saturated fats in your daily consumption.
- Exercise regularly
According to data from the (WHO) one in four men does not perform enough physical exercises. Ideally, an adult male should practice moderate-intensity physical activity for at least 2.5 hours a week, this will help maintain a healthy weight, reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and depression.
Source: World Health Organization, statistical data on November 16, 2018.