In comparison to women, men devote less care to their health. Men, in comparison to women, are more prone to
consume booze and smoke cigarettes
make bold decisions
not consulting a doctor on a regular basis
Heart disease, stroke, diabetes, cancer, depression, and other disorders can strike men at any time. They do, however, have their own set of difficulties, such as prostate cancer and benign prostate enlargement.
Many of the biggest health hazards that males face may be avoided by leading a healthy lifestyle that includes regular exercise, a nutritious diet, quitting smoking, reducing stress, and drinking alcohol in moderation (no more than two drinks per day, if at all). Regular checkups and screening tests can help detect disease early, when it is most treatable.
So don't be alarmed. Don't be an average guy; start preserving your health today.
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