Men's Health: 5 Health Tips for Men That Don’t Involve Sweat or the Scale by Cindy Cooke, DNP, FNP-C, FAANP
Let’s face it, we can all be a little healthier. Men especially have room for improvement, but it doesn’t all boil down to eating better, losing weight and exercising like most get-healthy lists would have you believe. These five tips are easy, painless and will drastically improve your health.
- See a nurse practitioner. Sixty percent of men don’t get regular checkups, and 40 percent wait until a symptom is unbearable to make an appointment.
- Wear sunscreen. Eighty-five percent of men don’t use sunscreen, which makes them two to three times more likely to develop skin cancer.
- Make friends. Loneliness has the same mortality risk as smoking, and it’s an epidemic for men.
- Sleep. Mood, alertness, coordination, memory and cognitive function hinge on a good night’s sleep, and alcohol, nicotine, caffeine, stress and screens can sabotage that.
- Take a vacation. Men who don’t take vacation for several years are 30 percent more likely to have a heart attack.
Guys, it’s Men’s Health Month. Even though most men don’t like talking about it, admit it, healthy living never felt so good!
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