Men's Health

Men are paying attention to their health, appearance and their wellbeing. We are seeing a shift in men’s attitudes from traditional denial that a problem exists (“forget it, ignore it, and hope that the problem goes away”), to a new ideal of responding in a timely and proactive fashion to find the answers, and a solution to a problem.

Men are finally interested in prevention because they do not want to end up in bad health. Men are now beginning to take care of their own body and health needs.

A few reminders and suggestions to keep men on the right path should include:

  1. Schedule a check-up with the doctor, screen for risk factors, fix problems before they become too big
  2. Get regular exercise – aerobic (out of breath) and resistance (weights)
  3. Take a quality men’s multivitamin
  4. Take a daily omega 3
  5. Vitamin D3 (especially during winter).