Men are often considered as less health conscious compared to women. Men have more vices like alcohol and smoking, they also see their primary care physician more seldom. Contrary to this, men are really advised to be active, eat healthy and have a happy life. Here are the best tips for a healthy life for men:
Maintain Healthy Sex Life.
Impotence or erectile dysfunction may be caused by inadequate blood supply in the desired area. You can pursue a healthy diet and active lifestyle, which will be discussed further, for an improved circulation. Discuss them with your doctor if you want to use male enhancement pills, as many are good, some of them don’t help with erectile function and affect libido. Smoking also affects the erectile function greatly. It has been shown that some herbs promote sexual function. Ginkgo biloba enhances blood flow to the penis, and libido is stimulated by Panax ginseng, hemp, and seroctin.
Take a Reliable Vitamin and Mineral Supplement
Although there is no substitute for a good diet, high-powered multivitamin and mineral supplement is required for optimal nutrition. Even if you eat well, it’s impossible that all the nutrients you need will be in your diet. Poor soil content, storage, refining and cooking are depleting the vitamins and minerals in our food. Taking a daily supplement of high quality is “health insurance” against potential shortcomings.
Say “No” to UnwantedTrans Fat
It may be true that you must cut down your total fat intake but keep in mind that you also need “good fats” in your diet, so you must know what fats you should take. Foods that were cooked in deep fry contain trans fats that raise your risk of heart disease. Restrict your fat intake to olive oil and the omega-3 oils found in salmon and other cold-water fish, which actually protect against heart disease.
Keep your weight at its best.
Current statistics say that half of us are fighting the bulge fight, but one of the best things you can do for yourself is to keep a healthy weight. You’ll look better, feel better, and reduce the risk of heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, and other big killers. I know it’s easier said than done, but if you just follow the four moves above, you’re going to be on the right track.
Drink Alcohol Moderately
You might have already heard about the “French Paradox,” that drinking wine will shield you from heart disease. Repeated studies have shown that drinking moderate amounts (all kinds) of alcohol not only protects against heart disease, but also reduces the risk of death from all causes. Recall that the secret is balance. While there is security for one or two drinks a day, excess alcohol intake is detrimental to health. And for some, there’s too many beers.
Take Care of Your Prostate
The prostate gland begins a growth spurt around the age of 40, which results in symptoms such as frequent urination at night. The good news is that by taking extracts of two herbs: saw palmetto (Serenoa repens) and pygeum (Pygeum africanum), this disease, known as benign prostatic hyperplasia, can be avoided or reversed. Dozens of studies have shown that these herbs work without adverse side effects to boost urinary discharge. Suggested doses are 160 to 320 mg saw palmetto and 40 to 80 mg daily pygeum.
Keep close partnerships
One thing that women seem to do differently than men is to maintain close relations. Make a point for your family and friends to strengthen ties. Volunteer work, social relations, and pets anything that keeps you involved with others, reduces tension and improves health.