Men’s Health Tips
men's health tips

We all need to focus on our health. Focusing on health can not only improve your physical state but your mental wellbeing too. If you need some help staying healthy here are a few top men’s health tips to keep you on track.

Top Men’s Health Tips

Get Regular Health Screenings

Men statistically don’t go to the doctor as often as they should. Typically, the number of doctor visits reduces when symptoms relate to the genitals and fertility. However, there are more than 2000 cases of testicular cancer diagnosed every year in the UK. If you have symptoms, don’t ignore them.

Stay Active

Exercise is one of the best things you can do for your long term health. Find something that you love to do that involves moving, and make it part of your routine.

Monitor Your Waistline

BMI is often what people think about when asked to monitor their weight. However, it actually can be a problem depending on your body type. An easy way to determine if your body is a healthy shape is to measure your height and weight. Your waist is also an indicator of good health  and if your wait circumference is  high then you may need to look at your diet.

Maintain Healthy Relationships

The relationships we build in our lives are essential for helping to maintain our health. Emotional and mental wellbeing is important. This means maintaining friendship groups as well as family and intimate partners. Healthy relationships keep you strong.

How To Look After Your Health

Number one on this list of men’s health tips was getting health checks, even if they are uncomfortable. So, if you have been putting off getting a problem looked into or haven’t had a routine health check, do something about it now. If you are in London and want to speak to a urologist about a men’s health issue, then make an appointment today with Professor Suks Minhas or Mr Tet Yap.

This article is intended to inform and give insight but not treat, diagnose or replace the advice of a doctor. Always seek medical advice with any questions regarding a medical condition.

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