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Questions for Men
We all want to live longer and
healthier lives, and there are a number of things that we are very well aware
of that help us achieve these things Ė stay fit, don't abuse our bodies with
drugs or alcohol, don't drive dangerously, don't dive out of aeroplanes without
These are pretty obvious, but what else
should we be aware of if we are to live long and healthy lives? It's an
important question for men to ask because men traditionally don't like to
admit, even to themselves, that they might have a health problem. If we know
what health issues effect men across the board then perhaps we will be in a
better position to avoid some of the lifestyle pitfalls that impact our health,
and watch out for some of the symptoms that might act as early warning signs
What are the health questions that men
around the world are asking? Do any of these apply to you? Here is a list that
will get your mind thinking...:
- I smoke, but not that many. Is there a 'safe' number of
cigarettes I can smoke each day or week?
- I regularly eat a few pieces of fruit and some
vegetables each day, but normally end up also eating a big chunk of full
fat cheese or a block of chocolate. Is is okay to treat myself to these
things if I also do the right thing with my fruit and veges?
- I felt a bit light headed the other day when I stood up
after doing some gardening. Does this mean I have a blood pressure
- My wife has discovered that she has HPV. Does that mean
I will definitely have HPV as well and do I need to go to the doctor to
get a treatment?
- I can sometimes feel small pains in my left chest, but
not down my arm. Does this mean I have a heart problem?
- One of my testicles is swollen but it is not painful.
Should I wait to see whether it goes back to normal or to to the doctor?
- I find a lot of my hair in the shower plug hole after
every shower, but my hairline isn't receding and I don't look any
different in the mirror. Is it normal to lose lots of hair in this way or
am I starting to go bald?
- The circumference of my waist is 98 centimetres, which
I have read increases my risk of various diseases, however I feel totally
fit and healthy. How certain is the linkage between a large waist
measurement and ill health?
- I have started to pee more frequently than normal,
including in the middle of the night, but don't have any other discomfort.
Is this an issue?
- I notice that I have a shortness of breath after
walking up stairs. I intend to see my doctor and have also wondered if I
should tell my life
insurance company but am concerned that they will cancel my policy. I
was also intending to take out income protection insurance and wonder
whether I should do that before going to the doctor about this. Does
shortness of breath point to a definite health problem?
- I just love burnt sausages, particularly burnt barbecue
sausages, and eat them regularly. Do burnt foods really represent a cancer
There are a number of illnesses that are
either specific to men (eg, testicular cancer) or more likely to effect men
(eg, heart disease) than women. However it is a fact that men are much less
likely to go to the doctor than women. Do yourself a favour men. Ask yourself
the hard questions and go to the doctor earlier rather than later.
Note: This information is provided as a
guide only. Consult your doctor about any health issue you have.
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