Men over 40 are generally less healthy than women, with higher rates of diabetes, suicides, and unhealthy behaviors. Here are seven tips for middle-aged men to stay healthy.
Get a preventive health checkup once every five years. Eat a healthy diet. Watch your belt line; wine belly can increase your risk of diabetes. Don’t minimize mental health issues.
Maintain a healthy sperm count through healthy habits and nutrient supplementation. Check for gradual bone loss. Use short, regular exercise to stay fit.
- Men over 40 are generally less healthy than women, with higher rates of diabetes, poor mental health, and unhealthy behaviors.
- To stay healthy, middle-aged men should eat a healthy diet, watch their waistlines, and take mental health seriously.
- They should also maintain a healthy sperm count through healthy living and nutrient supplementation, screen for osteoporosis, and exercise regularly.
“If you are aged between 40 and 74 you should be invited for a routine NHS Health Check every five years.”