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Listen up men! So many of you neglect your health and ignore dire warning signs. So many of the fatal killers of men are directly caused by excessive weight and just losing a few pounds can drastically reduce the risks of an early death. Below are some of the most common killers among men. So the next time you feel like the hCG diet is too hard or you feel like cheating a bit, remember this – IT COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE!

Heart disease 
is by far the biggest killer of men worldwide.
The warning signs are recurring pains in the chest or arms. Severe sustained pains in the chest for ten to 15 minutes usually indicates a heart attack. Many men confuse this with bad indigestion and are embarrassed to ask for help.
But doctors warn that any man experiencing this type of severe pain must call 911 at once. ‘The longer you put off going to a hospital in this situation the less likely you are to survive a heart attack,’ said a spokesman from the Men’s Health Forum.
‘Remember the doctors and nurses will not laugh at you if you have got indigestion and would much rather you went to them to check.’
High blood pressure – also called hypertension – is one of the main causes of heart disease but it is almost always symptomless.
How to prevent heart disease The main contributors to heart disease are excess weight, smoking, poor diet and lack of exercise. Men with a waist measurement larger than 37inches are putting their heart at risk and should lose weight.
This is because fat around the abdomen is more easily absorbed into the bloodstream so increases the risk of arteries becoming furred by fatty deposits called cholesterol – a process called atherosclerosis. This furring of the arteries restricts the flow of blood to the heart and can eventually lead to a heart attack. Doctors can test your cholesterol levels with a simple blood test.
Smoking causes scarring to the artery walls, which causes cholesterol to attach itself more readily to artery walls. Giving up smoking will also offer a range of other health benefits.

Eating more fruit and vegetables, oily fish and less saturated fats contained in dairy products and red meats will also help the body to rid itself of cholesterol in the arteries.
Adults should also have their blood pressure checked every five years, unless they have a history of the condition in which case they should have a test at least once a year.
This is because high blood pressure causes strain on the vessels carrying blood around the body which can cause vessels to become clogged up or to weaken and this in turn can lead to narrow blood vessels and clots, which can cause damage to the heart.
Blood pressure can be lowered by taking exercise, eating less salt – ideally just teaspoon a day, drinking less alcohol, eating more fruit and vegetables and maintaining an ideal weight.

Bowel cancer 
The warning signsPersistent change in bowel habits, such as diarrhoea or constipation, unexplained anaemia, a lump in the abdomen, unexplained weight changes, abdominal pain such as cramps or tenderness, blood in stools.
‘Some people delay going to the doctor about this symptom either because they are embarrassed or because they think the bleeding is caused by piles,’ says a spokesman from the Men’s Health Forum. ‘But if you have these symptoms you should visit your doctor as soon as possible.’
How to prevent it Eating more fibre is one of the best ways to prevent bowel cancer as this helps the bowel to work smoothly and encourages the removal of toxins from the gut.

Cereals are a good source of fibre
These toxins can contain carcinogens – cancer causing chemicals – from some of the foods we eat such as pesticides and if they remain in the body too long can encourage bowel cancer. Breakfast cereals, wholegrain bread, brown rice and vegetables are good sources of fibre.
Eat no more than two portions of red meat a week. This is because the body finds it difficult to digest fat and it can stagnate in the gut and slow down the working of your bowel, so encouraging bowel cancer.
Do more exercise. Working out stimulates the body’s metabolism and so encourages the colon to work efficiently and therefore flush out toxic waste that may cause bowel cancer.
Drink more water – eight glasses a day if possible. Water helps to flush out the bowel and so prevent the build up of dangerous toxins.
Limit alcohol intake to the recommended amount a week – 21 units for men. A unit is equivalent to one glass of wine, or half a pint of beer, or a single pub measure of spirits. This is because some studies have shown that there may be a link between excess alcohol consumption and bowel cancer.
Check family history because bowel cancer can be genetic. If a man has one close relative who contracted bowel cancer under the age of 45 or two more distant relatives who have had bowel cancer or related cancers such as kidney, stomach, ovarian or endometrial cancer, he should inform his GP who may refer him to a specialist clinic which can assess his risks.
Depression and suicide 
The factsMen are three times more likely to kill themselves than women. Being over weight and a poor diet can contribute to depression.
The warning signs Depression is characterised by one or more of the following symptoms: fatigue, a loss of interest in usual activities and friends, a feeling of being unable to cope, a feeling that there is no point to life, disrupted sleep patterns, loss of interest in sex, loss of appetite, an increasing reliance on alcohol or drugs.
How to prevent it Exercise has been scientifically proven to stave off depression because of the mood-lifting chemicals it produces.

Exercise can ease depression
One of the most effective ways of preventing depression is by sharing problems with friends. Men can be more reluctant to do this than women and may have a smaller network of friends. Because of this, the Men’s Health Forum recommends that all men should take the time to try to maintain their network of friends and take the time to meet up with old pals.
Don’t rely on alcohol to lift your mood. Try not to drink more than the recommended weekly allowance – 21 units for men.

There are many fatal diseases facing men and you should be aware of all the steps you can take to lower your risk.

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