The 3rd week of June is Men’s Health Week, which means that it aims to raise awareness for men’s health. The reason why this part of the year is important for men is the fact that a lot of the male demographic tend to not go to their doctors and have regular checkups.
They also tend to resort to more risk-taking behaviors such as binge eating, excessive alcohol consumption, chain-smoking, and so many other habits that are detrimental to one’s health.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the leading cause of death in males in the United States was cancer and heart disease. It is then closely followed by Diabetes and Stroke.
As you can probably tell, all of these conditions can be attributed to poor health and maintenance, specifically related to premature ejaculation. Statistically, men are not eager to go to their physicians and have regular checkups. These diseases, albeit dangerous and deadly, can be prevented so long as it has been detected in its early stages.
For most men, they do not go to their doctors until it is too late. In reality, they just need to have a little bit of push, especially from their friends and family.
Today, I will give you 3 easy tips to help make your men in your life take their health very seriously.
Become their Emotional Support
A man need not be constantly reminded that they need to do this or that. One of man’s pet peeves is the constant nagging that is usually done by the women in their life- may it be from their mothers or their spouses.
Rather than intimidating them and scaring them off, why not encourage them to do so? If he’s reported that he had been suffering an ache in his body, encourage him to go to the doctor and have it checked- but do so in an encouraging way and not to scare them or anything like that.
To help encourage them to have a more active lifestyle, perhaps you can go with them. As I’ve alluded to before, men just need a little bit of push so that they, too, will do the same thing as you do.
Make Health an Important Yet Playful Competition
Men are natural-born competitors and if you challenge them to do what is necessary, they will most likely do it.
For instance, if you want them to get a move on, challenge your man and sign up for a 5K fun run. Entice them with prices that they can win whenever they finish the competition.
Furthermore, you can also do the same thing with regular checkups as well. Tell them that if they’re going to see their healthcare provider, that they will enjoy more time with you since they will live longer.
Be Their Motivation
People, especially men, in particular, require some motivation to get through in life. Find out what makes your man tick and then appeal to it. For instance, if your man has a more sedentary lifestyle, motivate them to go to the gym so that he will be physically fit and able to spend more time with your children as they will have much healthier bodies.