5 Symptoms Men should be aware of for healthy living.


It’s important to have regular medical check-ups.

If you’re healthy, a yearly visit might be sufficient.  
However, if you have a family history of any disease, have a pre-existing condition, or sustained an injury, then you may have to follow up with a doctor or specialist regularly. 
Visiting a Doctor is a part of a healthy lifestyle such as taking a healthy diet and consistent exercise. 
See a Doctor if you have any health issues or challenges.
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 Severe Back pain
Whether it’s a muscle ache or sharp tension, back pain can be a symptom of serious health issues. 
It may indicate a spinal or muscle injury, the onset of kidney stones, infection, inflammation (like arthritis) or even cancer, when a tumor metastasizes to the spine.  
See a doctor if you have the following experience:
When you have back pain after a fall or injury.
Prolonged pain that doesn’t subside. 
Numbness, tingling, or back pain accompanied by other symptoms, such as trouble urinating, numbness in the legs.
Unintentional weight loss.
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Erectile dysfunction
Many men experience erectile dysfunction at some point in their lives but if this is an ongoing issue for you, it may mean there’s something else going on. 
Talk to your doctor if you have a family history or are at risk for conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, and depression, all of which can affect your ability to maintain an erection.
Urinary troubles

Do you go to the bathroom more or less often? 
According to the American Urological Association, 30 percent of men have an overactive bladder. Frequent urination may be a symptom of prostate cancer, diabetes, or prostatic hyperplasia, where the prostate enlarges and narrows the urethra. 

See a urologist if you’re concerned about any genitourinary symptoms, such as noticing a weak stream of urine, difficulty starting urination, and dribbling urine.

Snoring

Snoring can be a minor nuisance to anyone sleeping near you but it can also interrupt your own sleep schedule, whether you realize it or not. 

It may be a sign of sleep apnea, a common but chronic sleep disorder that should be treated. 

When sleep apnea worsens, it puts you at risk for high blood pressure, heart problems, and diabetes. 

Are you certain you don’t snore in your sleep? 

Simply turn on a recorder and leave it next to your bed overnight and then check the recording the next day to verify.

Weight gain or loss

A sudden or unexplained weight fluctuations may occur even when you do not intend to be on a diet. This can be a result of an allergy, depression, thyroid imbalance, or cancer so it’s important to take note of any changes in your weight and keep your doctor updated of any drastic weight gain or loss.

Always ensure you take proper precautions for your health by checking the presence of these symptoms.
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