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Five symptoms men should not Avoid

When it comes to doctors, men are more likely to drag their heels, unless they are convinced it is a medical emergency.
Women tend to be more cautious and pragmatic about health issues, and can exert a positive influence on the man in your life.
In fact, a recently published study found that married men are more likely to survive a heart attack, thanks to his partner arrive at the hospital soon. We have produced a guide to the symptoms of a man and women close to them, we should not ignore.

1. Chest pain

Men can call 999 for a crushing chest pain, but what about “heartburn” or “indigestion”, accompanied by sweating or difficulty breathing?

Heart attacks strike more than 120,000 people each year, but not all symptoms are easily recognized.

The most common symptoms of a heart attack include pain in the center of the chest that can spread to the arms, neck or jaw, chest pain and pain you feel sick or sweaty, or chest, difficulty breathing.

Less common symptoms that could indicate a heart attack include a dull ache, pain, or “strong” feeling in the chest, mild chest discomfort that makes you feel a general malaise, chest pain that may radiate to the back or stomach, chest pain that feels like a bad episode of indigestion and dizziness or vertigo along with chest pain.

Chest pain can vary from mild discomfort in the center of the chest to severe pain that is often described as heavy pressure, or tightness crush. Either way, should be treated immediately.
2. Problems with “water supply”

A man can put it down to age, or drinking too much coffee or alcohol, but if it is to get up several times during the night to go to the bathroom, it might be time to aim in the direction of the GP.

The need to go to the bathroom often, especially at night, difficulty starting urination, a weak flow, effort, having to run to the bathroom and the feeling that the bladder does not empty well may indicate a prostate problem.

This could be caused by an enlarged prostate or a prostate infection or prostate cancer. It can also be a symptom of diabetes.
3. The blood caused by “lots”

It may be appropriate to rule out any blood in the stool just like batteries, but that is for the doctor to decide. You must book an appointment with a doctor if you are discussing embarrassing bowel movements.

Colon cancer is the third most common cancer in men after lung and prostate cancer. Each year more than 20,000 men are diagnosed with the disease. As with many cancers, the sooner it is detected, the easier to treat.

As well as finding blood in the stool, other symptoms of colon cancer are: fatigue, anemia, changes in bowel habits, such as loose stools or diarrhea that persists for weeks, abdominal pain or a lump on the side.
4. Beer belly

A man can rule out as nothing more than “a little beer belly”, but research has shown that people with extra fat around their waist are at greater risk of developing serious health problems compared to those with fat in the hips and thighs.

Men with a waist circumference of 94 cm (37 “) have an increased risk of developing heart disease, type 2 diabetes and some cancers, and men measuring 102 cm (40”) at the waist have a greater risk .

A large waist may increase the risk of high blood pressure, heart disease and diabetes. In the early stages, diabetes is often without symptoms, when is the best it can be treated. Just as high blood pressure, which increases your risk of heart disease and stroke, usually have no symptoms.
5. Problems Down below

Erectile dysfunction (ED) or impotence is the inability to maintain an erection firm enough for satisfactory sexual intercourse. Although the symptoms are easily recognizable, men are often too embarrassed to seek medical attention.

Men often written out of the ED as a normal part of aging, but they know that it is a common condition. About 50 percent of men aged between 40 and 70 can have some degree of erectile dysfunction in his life.

Many men are unaware that ED can also be a sign of a number of underlying psychological and physical health.

Erectile dysfunction can be caused by narrowing of blood vessels in the penis. If the penis is not affected in this way, it is likely that the vessels that supply blood to the heart and brain are also affected.

ED can therefore be an early sign that the man is at risk for high cholesterol and the risk of heart disease and stroke. It can also be a symptom of diabetes.

Men should consult their physician if they experience some degree of erectile dysfunction, not only to improve their quality of life, but to get help with any other health conditions are not aware of.



August 27, 2011 - Posted by | Health | , , ,

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