November is men's health month
The Rezus.lt laboratory is introducing a new tradition - to organize new promotions every month, with the aim that both women and men start taking more care of their health. In particular, efforts will be made to persuade men to undergo preventive examinations, as this is often a "mission impossible". Together invites women to contribute to this mission by encouraging their husbands, fathers, brothers, friends to find some time to do research and have peace throughout the years to come.
According to health care specialists, men's shorter life expectancy and greater susceptibility to certain diseases depend not only on biological causes, but also on men's own attitude to their health.
According to the World Health Organization, men's health is most often threatened by heart, lung, and prostate diseases, as well as depression and diabetes. For the prevention of heart diseases, it is necessary to periodically check the level of cholesterol in the blood and blood pressure, which are especially relevant for men under 45 years of age.
Most men mistakenly believe that their success in their professional, personal or social life also reflects their good health. For this reason, men tend to push their well-being to the last place and worry only when it becomes unbearable.
According to a urologist, men often mistakenly think that erectile dysfunction is a natural consequence of aging, so they give up and live with it. However, erectile dysfunction is the body's cry for help. Erectile dysfunction can worsen due to obesity, smoking, poorly controlled diabetes, high blood pressure and other diseases. Many men develop signs of serious heart disease within the first few years of erectile dysfunction, and some even have their first heart attack.
November is men's health month, when men are encouraged to take care of their health and pay special attention to prostate cancer, which claims more and more victims every year. Men with prostate cancer do not experience any symptoms for a long time, so late-stage cancer is often detected. The good news is that even 90 percent In some cases, prostate cancer can be cured, especially if the disease is diagnosed at an early stage.