How have you been paying attention to your body lately or are you playing “man” by sucking in the pain? Men tend to find it difficult to go to the doctor to get their annual check up. Maybe if a London escort asked you, you would be willing to go. Hopefully after reading this you won’t find it so hard.
There are diseases that are more prominent in men than women. The three most common diseases affecting men are prostate cancer, liver disease/cancer and high blood pressure or hypertension.
Prostate cancer happens when a cancerous tumour is formed in the prostate. Men under the age of 40 are rarely affected by prostate cancer. This cancer is less common in men aged under 50 with 75% of men being 65 years or older.
Lack of exercise and excessive drinking and smoking also places you more at risk of contracting this disease. This disease is also known to be hereditary.
Signs and symptoms of prostate cancer are frequent urges to visit the toilet during the night, a burning sensation when urinating and pain in the lower back, hips and upper thighs.
It has been proven that eating foods with lycopene helps with the reduction risk of prostate cancer.
Prostate cancer treatments are radiation therapy, hormonal therapy or surgery.
This cancer is occurs more in men because they tend to smoke and drink more. This cancer is called hepatocellular carcinoma which is mainly found in adults. This disease starts in the hepatocytes and then spreads to the rest of the liver. It may even spread to other parts of the body.
A diet filled with fruit, vegetables and fibre can help with the prevention of liver cancer. You could ask a London escort to come over and help you plan a diet if you like.
Research shows that the only ways to eliminate this cancer is to remove it with surgery or have a liver transplant done. If all of the cancer is removed in time, survival chances are greater and it reduces the risk of the cancer returning. Another form of treatment is radiation therapy.
High blood pressure or hypertension
Smoking, drinking, high levels of cholesterol and diabetes will put you at risk of hypertension. Strokes and coronary heart disease occur more in persons who have high blood pressure.
A diet of foods low in salt, fat and cholesterol as well as being physically active increases the blood flow and helps decrease the risk of hypertension.