The Top 5 Warning Signs for Men

Men's Health - The Top 5 Warning Signs for Men

As men we tend to be somewhat stubborn when it comes to our health. I know, I’m one of them. We tend to put off going to the doctor, not getting tested when we should, and definitely not taking the medications as prescribed. Just leave me alone and everything will be fine. I’m good. Besides, I’m healthier than most of the people I know! Ok, so this may be the case, but the one thing I tell people is that TIME is not your friend when it comes to your health. When you wait for the symptoms, you have waited too long. As a matter of fact we know in the research that 80 percent of the body has broken down before we experience our first symptom! Think about that. So when you get a chest pain, 80 percent has broken down. When you have a prostate issue, 80 percent has broken down, at some particular level, and the list goes on. The body is an amazing creation that gives us warning signs when things aren’t going the way they should. So guys, let’s look at a list of items that shows us certain issues that we could be facing as men. 

Hair Loss 
More than cosmetic concerns, hair loss is a big deal when it comes to our health. Men recovering from surgery, or having severe emotional stress could be subject to losing their hair. It could also be an underlying metabolic condition. 

Chest Pain 
This is a no-brainer, right? Well, not really. Chest pain could be the heart, but could also be a host of other issues including lung disease, digestive conditions, or even simply asthma. 

Memory loss 
A normal part of aging, right? Not really. Memory loss is as simple as “where are my keys” to more severe conditions like Alzheimer’s. The main trigger seems to be lifestyle choices, some genetics, and certain vitamin and mineral deficiencies. 

Excessive Thirst 
This is a big one. This could be a major indicator that you have diabetes or other blood sugar related conditions. You could also be dealing internal bleeding, a severe infection, or even failure of the heart, liver, or kidneys. 

Dizziness 
Dizziness can come on for a variety of reasons. Going from lying down to standing can be a simple indicator of an underlying adrenal issue. However, frequent dizziness can be a symptom of something larger like heart disease, or even a stroke due to the lack of blood getting to the brain. 


So guys, if you start to experience any of these symptoms, make sure to get to your doctor immediately for empowering your health

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