Celebrate Men’s Health Month! Similarly to Women’s Health Week; this month is focused on all boys and men to seek medical advice and services for any disease and also prevent any health issues in the future. To read more about Women’s Health, checkout my Celebrate Women’s Health Week May 2019 post.

Celebrate Men’s Health Month

Since the average age of life expectancy for a man has increased; it is important that your quality of life is good. So, the best way to live a full life is to put some effort into your health.

Indeed, a  man’s health is important not only for himself but for his family as well. However, many Men ignore warning signs.

First and foremost, our bodies require basic things such as air, food and water. To excel, you need to put the time into maintaining you’re well being. Are you ready to make changes to your well being?

One of the most important components of our health, is our emotional and mental health. To read more about mental health; be sure to check out my Support Mental Health Month 2019 post.

When you think of your body, think of it as a car or home. Would your car run without gas, oil, or brakes? Would your home run without water, gas and electricity? Of course not. So, the first thing you should do this month is schedule a physical with your Primary Care Physician. At the same time, a primary doctor deals with all of your health issues. Moreover, if there is an issue, they will refer you to a specialist.

Another important aspect of your health is your skincare. To learn more about your skin; be sure to visit my Melanoma Monday post.

Ways to Celebrate Men’s Health Month

In essence, this month is to prevent, treat and detect any health issues. Take care of yourself. With this in mind, you can do a few things.

  1. First, schedule a physical.
  2. Second, if you have anything wrong; don’t ignore any signs. So, don’t ignore things and push it aside. There is no time like the present to take steps to improve your health.
  3. Exercise. If you’re not a fan of going to a gym; you can still exercise by bicycling, walking, hiking or joining an activity such as softball, soccer, swimming or tennis.
  4. Finally, eat healthier. Whether you’re on a diet or trying to eat better; small changes can make a huge difference in improving your overall health.

In summary, how will you celebrate Men’s health month?

As always, I welcome your comments.