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Men’s health involves a variety of gender-specific issues, like testosterone production, sexual health and increased likelihood of engaging in risky behavior. Many men avoid doctors and hospitals but suffer from preventable diseases and conditions. Unfortunately, there are also a number of supplements targeted toward men that may do more harm than good. Men can take control of their health by eating a healthy diet, making simple lifestyle adjustments and visiting the doctor regularly.


Stress : Although most stress symptoms are similar in men and women, stress can be experienced differently by men. According to the American Psychological Association, men are not as likely to report emotional and physical symptoms of stress compared to women.

Substance use disorder and alcohol use disorder can be defined as a pattern of harmful use of substance for mood-altering purposes.Alcohol is one of the most commonly substances used in excess, and men are up to twice as likely to develop alcohol use disorder than women.

When to see a doctor

Unfortunately, doctors could prevent and treat many of the common health conditions in men with early diagnoses. If caught early, doctors can more effectively treat major conditions like heart disease and colon cancer. Visiting the doctor regularly can help men catch potentially deadly diseases or conditions early.


According to data collected, the leading causes of death for Australian men include, in order from first to last:

  • Ischaemic heart disease
  • Trachea and lung cancer
  • Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease
  • Cerebrovascular diseases
  • Chronic lower respiratory diseases
  • Prostate cancer
  • Colon and rectum cancer

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