We recently completed our first ever male wellness survey where we asked men to share their biggest health and wellness concerns. The biggest wellness concerns were related to stress and anxiety with a whopping 80% of those surveyed stating that it concerns them to some degree.
There’s plenty that can be done in life to improve your appearance. Whether it’s regular grooming, workouts or even a new haircut, men typically have a good grasp of many of the things that help move the needle. Most men are also aware that eating healthily is an important factor but are typically not so savvy when it comes to recalling the specific purpose that each vitamin and mineral plays.
In today’s world we hear so much about what we should be doing to stay fit and healthy: what we should be eating, how we should exercise, how we should sleep, the list goes on... The trouble is that with so much information out there it can be overwhelming and hard to cut through the noise. You may find some information contradictory or confusing, as well as advice that has very little scientific basis.
Testicular cancer is one of those phrases which sends dread through most men. It affects around 2,300 men in the UK each year but has a high survival rate especially if diagnosed early. Here we learn some basic facts about testicular cancer, how to check for testicular cancer, testicular cancer risk factors and treatment options.
Cholesterol is one of those confusing health topics. You hear some people saying it causes heart attacks and then others talking about good cholesterol. You may even have heard how eating high cholesterol foods doesn’t necessarily affect the cholesterol levels in your blood.
Diabetes is the third leading cause of premature death among males in the UK and the leading cause of disability. This article goes through everything you need to know about diabetes so you can make necessary changes to your lifestyle.