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11/13/2018

3 Deadly Diseases Associated With Lack of Male Fitness


Generally, the lack of fitness in men is dismissed with simple phrases such as "I'm not in shape" or "maybe I took a few extra pounds." And these rationalizations are all too often used to justify taking no action to correct the problem, especially since the consequences are unknown or ignored. However, lack of physical fitness can have serious consequences, leading to life-threatening illnesses. Below you will find three of the deadliest diseases.

Heart Disease:


Heart disease is the number one killer disease in men. Far too often, men who regularly exercise and eat properly still develop heart problems. Some factors associated with heart disease are unmanageable, including heredity and age.

 However, a number of factors can be controlled. Smoking has the effect of reducing blood flow, which can only be improved by reducing or giving up preferably. High blood pressure or high blood pressure can be improved through diet and exercise.

If weight loss is needed, a goal of 1/2 to 2 pounds/week must be set. Drinking 5 to 8 glasses of water a day will also help smooth blood circulation.

Physical inactivity can be corrected by applying 30 minutes of moderate exercise to your daily routine. Diabetes, which is becoming more prevalent, can also be controlled with a good diet and exercise program. Stress is also a contributing factor to heart disease.

Stroke:


The American Heart Association (AHA) reports that 50,000 American men are dying from a stroke. 93% of these deaths occur after the age of 45. Many men experience strokes that go unnoticed. As with heart disease, diabetes, high cholesterol, physical inactivity, excessive alcohol consumption, and smoking are all predisposing factors.

Heart disease in many forms can also be contributing factors. There are two types of shots. Ischemic stroke is caused by a blood clot that blocks blood flow to the brain. Atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), atrial fibrillation (irregular heart rhythms), mitral valve prolapse or endocarditis (heart valve infection) and vasculitis (inflammation of the blood vessels) are examples of conditions that may cause the formation of clots. ).

 The second type of stroke is called hemorrhagic stroke, which bleeds in or around the brain. The causes of this bleeding may be hypertension, aneurysm rupture, inflammation of the blood vessels, hemophilia (blood clotting disorders), head or neck injuries, and radiation therapy for cancer.

Prostate Cancer:


Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of death among men in America. It usually appears after age 50, and at age 80, it is estimated that 80% of men will be diagnosed with the most common form of cancer in men. Although the causes have not been fully identified, family history is a known factor and is usually the cause of the most severe cases.

The diet, especially the high-fat diet, lack of physical activity and smoking, are other targeted factors. At an early stage, prostate cancer has no symptoms, which makes testing crucial, including PSA (prostate specific antigen) and digital rectal examination.

A lower body exercise program can help reduce risk. Some foods (avocados, bananas, pistachios, vegetables, high fiber cereals, brown rice) are just some of the foods that can be added to your diet to also reduce your risk factors.

As a diabetic with heart disease, who have undergone a bypass of the fifteenth and, more recently, a stroke, I can attest to the severity of the problems above. Had I considered the above information earlier, I would most likely have prevented the occurrence of these conditions. I hope this article will inspire you to take control of your health, including by incorporating a valuable fitness program

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