It is said that men do not take care of their health in the same way that women do. This could be one of the reasons why women live longer than men.
Men's health can be broadly catergories in the areas of physical, sexual, mental, psychological, emotional and spiritual.
As with food, if men do not balance the health needs in their life, this could result in them reducing the longevity of their life significantly.
A new survey has revealed that 6 out of 10 people from across Britain, which comes out to be about 60% of the total population, have, at least once in their life, faced a time when they found it difficult to cope mentally and handle stress.
Emotional and spiritual health does not mean that you need therapy or exorcism, but it may mean that you have been taught that men don't cry and men do not need to show their emotions.
Men keep a lot of their emotions bottled up which if left unmanaged can cause mental or psychological harm. Some men resort to physical or sexual outlets to reduce their anxiety, and some resort to food, and some to spiritual healing.
Spiritual healing can come in the form of a particular faith through mediation, singing and /or dancing.
MMV will look at various faiths including the Christian faith and look at the various health solutions are available.
Physical and sexual health is very important to men of all ages
Regular physical activity is one of the most important things you can do for your health. It can help:
Mighty Men of Valour 's Campaign Your Sperm - Your Responsibility say it all. If men were committed in their sexual relationships their would be less abortions and unwanted pregnancies. However, this is not presently the case.
Some infections can pass to another person through unprotected vaginal, anal or oral sex, by genital contact and through sharing sex toys. Infections spread in this way are known as sexually transmitted infections.
Safer sex involves using condoms correctly every time you have sex. If you don’t use a condom you are more at risk of getting a sexually transmitted infection.
You don’t need to have lots of sexual partners to get an infection.
For more information about Relationship and Sexual Health contact us on: 0800 073 1325