Five Things The Men In Your Life Should Be Checking In On

Five Things The Men In Your Life Should Be Checking In On – June is Men’s Health Month, the perfect time to highlight five key areas of their health they should check on! Find out the top five areas that should be checked in right here on Newsymom!

This is Public Health is brought to you in partnership with the Tuscarawas County Health Department.

June is Men’s Health Month, a time to highlight the importance of prioritizing our well-being. While it’s easy to get caught up in the daily hustle and bustle of life, taking a moment to assess our health is crucial. This article aims to remind men of five essential health checks they should consider during Men’s Health Month. Remember, prevention is key, and investing in your health today will pay dividends for years to come.

  1. Regular Check-ups with a Primary Care Physician:

First and foremost, scheduling regular check-ups with a primary care physician is a fundamental step toward maintaining good health. Your doctor can assess your overall well-being, screen for potential health risks, and provide valuable guidance on healthy lifestyle choices. If they don’t have a PCP, they can call the Tuscarawas County Health Department at 330-343-5555 ext. 1740 or 1810 to schedule their check-up. They welcome new patients and even offer evening hours for appointments to accommodate their busy schedules.

  1. Cardiovascular Health:

Heart disease remains a leading cause of death among men. Regular cardiovascular screenings, including blood pressure and cholesterol checks, can help identify potential issues before they become serious. Monitoring your cardiovascular health is essential in maintaining a healthy heart and reducing the risk of heart disease. Consult with your healthcare provider to determine the appropriate screening frequency for your age and risk factors.

  1. Prostate Health:

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer among men, with early detection being crucial for successful treatment. Men aged 50 and above, or those with a family history of prostate cancer, should discuss regular prostate screenings with their doctor. These screenings may include a prostate-specific antigen (PSA) blood test and a digital rectal examination (DRE). Early detection significantly increases the chances of successful treatment.

  1. Mental Well-being:

Taking care of your mental health is just as important as your physical health. Men often tend to overlook their emotional well-being, which can lead to long-term consequences. Practice stress management techniques, maintain a strong support network, and don’t hesitate to seek professional help if you’re experiencing prolonged feelings of sadness, anxiety, or depression. Your mental well-being is a vital component of your overall health and should be nurtured accordingly.

  1. Skin Cancer Screening:

Skin cancer affects individuals of all genders, but men are at a higher risk of developing aggressive forms of the disease. Regular self-examinations and annual check-ups with a dermatologist can help identify suspicious moles or lesions early on. Protect your skin from harmful UV rays by using sunscreen, wearing protective clothing, and seeking shade when the sun is strongest. Remember, prevention and early detection can save lives.

Take Care of the Men in Our Lives with a Reminder to Prioritize Health!

Men’s Health Month serves as a reminder to prioritize our well-being. By paying attention to these essential health checks, the men in our lives can take control of their health and ensure a healthier future. Remind them to schedule their check-up today by calling the Tuscarawas County Health Department at 330-343-5555 ext. 1740 or 1810. They are dedicated to serving the community and welcoming new patients! Persuade the men you know and love to take the first step towards being healthier — because their health matters!

Send the following message alone as well:

Remember, you are not alone in this journey—reach out to your healthcare provider for personalized advice and guidance. Here’s to a month dedicated to men’s health and a lifetime of well-being!

Melissa Klatt


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