Men's Health Concerns
Male health desperately needs improving. Men are more likely to die prematurely at any age up to 65 than a woman born in the same year.
Men, we need to start educating ourselves and other males that our health and general well-being is of paramount importance to beating an unnecessary premature death. With awareness follows the responsibility to make decisions and taking action concerning your health, this is not scaremongering; this is surviving.
One problem is that men are not used to discussing difficult subjects concerning their health, or having private investigations performed on them.
Even if a man does recognise he has a health problem, he frequently ignores it in the hope it will go away. Four out of every five males admit to taking too long before seeking medical advice. This is borne out by the fact that, of those people who do not consult their doctor at least once per year.
MENBEINGMEN is providing this information, dismiss the myths and fears and persuade those men who do have a health problem or are simply being reactive with their health to seek advice sooner rather than later so that the risk of many common, killer male diseases may be minimised.