Most men never go to their doctors until they feel tremendous amounts of pain or if something is really off that warrants their attention. Do not be like these people. You have to go see your doctor regularly, especially if you are reaching 45 and above.
Today, I am going to talk about some top health tips for men to follow. Following these tips will ensure that you will have less frequent trips to your doctor.
1.Find the Right Doctor for You
Not all doctors are the same. Although you might find two heart doctors; their psyche is pretty much different. That is why it is important for you to find someone you can trust and one that you can willingly and openly share about your health among other factors.
A lot of people often do some self-diagnosis in that they’re treating their diseases based on information that they can find on the internet. Although some information from that resource is valid, nothing trumps what a real doctor would say to you. Therefore, it is very important that you follow a real doctor’s orders as opposed to anything that you can find online.
3.Make Your Workouts Challenging
If you are a relatively healthy and active person and you’re going to the gym to lift weights, make sure that you keep things as challenging as possible.
You see, our bodies adapt based on the stimulus that it has been given. So for instance, if you’ve been lifting 50lb dumbbells for bench press and those things do not provide you with enough resistance and challenge as it once did, then change things up by either increase the weight or increasing the number of reps.
4.Get Plenty of Sleep
Sleep deprivation not only makes you more irritable, but it can also actually have a negative impact on your health. Ensure that you’re getting 7 good hours of quality sleep so that your body processes can fix what ails you and so that you can keep any disease or sickness at bay.
5.Take Care of Your Mental Health
Dealing with mental health issues is a huge taboo in some parts of the country, mainly because anyone who is dealing with it gets ostracized.
However, mental health is just as equally important as physical health, so you want to make sure that you’re taking care of that as well.
If you are having troubles and if you think that you’re suffering from depression, bipolar disorder, among others, then you may want to get the help of a professional.
6.Use Sex as the Barometer
Keeping an erect penis is one way for you to tell that you’re healthy and having the ability to last longer in bed. That is why if you’re stressed out or you lack sleep, chances are that you’re not going to be able to sustain an erection. If you’re having troubles keeping your penis erect, go see a doctor.
7.Do Some Yoga
Although perceived as a ‘girly’ exercise, that is actually not true. In fact, yoga provides a lot of benefits, especially when it comes to mental and physical health.