Men's Health 101
Men’s Health Matters
When it comes to men’s health, concerns can often take a backseat. From being too busy, to battling the need to be macho, men are more likely to dodge annual doctor visits. However, as we get older, skipping annual screenings can cause grave consequences.
In fact, heart disease is the leading cause of death for men in the United States. Did you know that many of the risk factors are detectable, treatable, and even preventable? 70% is controllable through lifestyle!
During our time together at my next webinar, Men's Health 101, on Thursday, June 9th at 7:00 pm EDT, I will discuss common men’s health concerns as well as necessary lifestyle changes to prevent disease.
The topic of men’s health is important and shouldn't be underestimated. With tools to prevent disease, there’s no excuse for not getting the care one needs. Men's Health 101 will make your healthcare routine much clearer!
Annual Screenings and Tests
Annual exams and screenings are vital to health no matter your age or state of health. In fact, visiting your primary care provider for regular preventive care is one of the best ways to identify and treat health issues before they get worse.
When it comes to health concerns, women are more likely to seek help. Women are also more likely to keep up with annual visits to the doctor. In fact, according to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, men are 24% less likely to visit a doctor for annual check ups!
This may account for the fact that men have a shorter life expectancy than women. (Did you know that heart disease is the leading cause of death for men, accounting for 1 out of every 4 deaths? Half of all men who die of coronary heart disease experienced no symptoms, which is why annual screenings are so crucial.
Sankofa Healing and Enrichment, Inc
Health and Longevity for Everyone
As a health and wellness expert, I have the privilege of helping men and women of all ages achieve health and longevity goals.
Regularly assessing overall health is crucial for reaching optimal wellbeing as many of the top illnesses and leading causes of death are linked to preventable factors. Regularly checking blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood glucose are just a few of the simple screenings you can complete to reduce the risk of a wide range of diseases.
My personal goal for Men's Health 101 is to provide you the information, resources, and encouragement you need to make informed health decisions. No matter your reason for skipping annual visits, it’s time to take control of your health.
During this webinar, we will discuss common conditions concerning men’s health, various risk factors, and preventative techniques to boost health. Join me to learn which screenings are available and how often to have them done during this engaging webinar on men's health.
Can’t Wait To Share With You On Thursday, June 9th At 7:00 pm EDT!