Wellness Guide for Men

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Wellness Guide for Men

Having a perfectly fit human is every man’s desire. Not only because women are attracted, but it also keeps the individual dynamic, nimble and relaxed.

Exercise can be performed at any age to sustain fitness, whether by kids, older men, or even by grandpas. Activities surely have multifarious benefits, from relieving pressure, keeping the center balanced and of course, acquire a quick and responsive system.

A appropriate work out course, e.g. cardio work out with eating plan plans can prove even better, when the system becomes more attractive with “six-pack” abs; a much preferred look, especially by the new, emerging generation.

But such a system doesn’t come for no cost. The man has to be dedicated, make efforts with exercises, and make dietary and lifestyle changes. The earlier the man makes strict “laws” for himself, the earlier he will drop fat leading to his preferred figure.

HOW TO LOSE FAT-FITNESS FOR MEN

We regularly see or read on media about athletes who turned obese later. Whether man or woman, obesity or being overweight, can present many illnesses for any individual. From a poor look to illnesses involving center, promote diseases like diabetes, affect the thinking, lead to stress; and these things that we all fear of.

In order to drop fat and weight, the best methods are:

A. Dieting: It means, don’t binge. One of the most common ways of unnecessary eating is having a cafe or bar nearby, and your friends inviting you for a time period pass. Another important aspect is pressure. Not only as indication from studies, a man also sees in himself that when he is over-worked or in pressure, he tends to binge, often without control. This unnecessary eating causes more fat to get deposited in the system.

B. Proper Diet: Maintain eating plan plans, with lots of fruits and veggies. Juicing these clean vegetables is also an excellent option. These clean fresh vegetables contain all the important nutritional value, vitamins and important minerals essentially required for appropriate fitness of men. Apart from these beneficial elements, such meals or juice also contain antioxidants eliminate the toxic buildup from system, and also eliminate the toxins.

C: Fiber wealthy diet: If your bowels are fit, and you want to retain it that way, consist of plenty of fibre-rich food eating plan. Fiber wealthy meals contain gluten that needs a chance to work to get consumed, giving your stomach the sensation of volume longer, and hence not regularly sensation hungry. Fiber wealthy meals consist of wheat, bread, oatmeal etc.

D: Morning meal Lunchtime and Dinner: Preferably your breakfast should be hefty, and contain most amount nutritional value you need for the day, followed by lunch of lesser size, and finally a not hefty evening meal, because after evening meal, as we usually sleep, the system does not perform and exercising. However, the brain remains constantly dynamic, and of course, needs a lot of energy to work.

HEALTH GUIDELINES FOR MEN 18 – 40

Based on recommendations of the United States Preventive Services Task Force, the American Cancer Society, and the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, your Summit Medical Group primary care physician will offer the following during your periodic preventive visit: 

Risk Factor Review & Counseling Screening Tests* Preventive Services**
History of tobacco, alcohol, and drug use Blood pressure, height, and weight check Tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis (combination vaccine)
Physical activity habits Cholesterol testing  
Family history Electrocardiogram if needed  
Current and past medical history Blood tests to screen for conditions such as diabetes, thyroid disease, and anemia as needed  
Comprehensive review of medication HIV testing as needed  

*Screening tests may vary based on age and personal risk factors.
**Other immunizations may be recommended based on individual health factors and habits

PREVENTIVE HEALTH GUIDELINES FOR MEN 40 – 50

Summit Medical Group recommends a comprehensive examination with your physician on a regular basis. Frequency should be based on your health history and personal risk factors. Studies have shown that counseling and screening for risk factors and receiving preventive health services is the best way to stay healthy.

Based on recommendations of the United States Preventive Services Task Force, the American Cancer Society, and the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, your Summit Medical Group primary care physician will offer the following during your periodic preventive visit: 

Risk Factor Review & Counseling Screening Tests* Preventive Services**
History of tobacco, alcohol, and drug use Blood pressure, height, and weight check Tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis (combination vaccine) / every 10 years
Physical activity habits Cholesterol testing  
Family history Electrocardiogram if needed  
Current and past medical history Blood tests to screen for conditions such as thyroid disease and anemia as needed  
Comprehensive review of medication HIV testing as needed  
Discussion on prevention of cardiovascular disease Diabetes screening  

*Screening tests may vary based on age and personal risk factors.
**Other immunizations may be recommended based on individual health factors and habits.

PREVENTIVE HEALTH GUIDELINES FOR MEN 50 – 65

Summit Medical Group recommends a comprehensive examination with your physician on a regular basis. Frequency should be based on your health history and personal risk factors. Studies have shown that counseling and screening for risk factors and receiving preventive health services is the best way to stay healthy.

Based on recommendations of the United States Preventive Services Task Force, the American Cancer Society, and the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, your Summit Medical Group primary care physician will offer the following during your periodic preventive visit: 

Risk Factor Review & Counseling Screening Tests* Preventive Services**
History of tobacco, alcohol, and drug use Blood pressure, height, and weight check Tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis (combination vaccine) / every 10 years
Physical activity habits Cholesterol testing  
Family history Electrocardiogram if needed Flu shot (annually)
Current and past medical history Blood tests to screen for conditions such as thyroid disease and anemia as needed  
Comprehensive review of medication HIV testing as needed  
Discussion on prevention of cardiovascular disease and cancer Diabetes screening  
  Colonoscopy to screen for colon cancer every ten years  

*Screening tests may vary based on age and personal risk factors.
**Other immunizations as needed based on individual health factors and habits.

PREVENTIVE HEALTH GUIDELINES FOR MEN OVER 65

Summit Medical Group recommends a comprehensive examination with your physician on a regular basis. Frequency should be based on your health history and personal risk factors. Studies have shown that counseling and screening for risk factors and receiving preventive health services is the best way to stay healthy.

Based on recommendations of the United States Preventive Services Task Force, the American Cancer Society, and the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, your Summit Medical Group primary care physician will offer the following during your periodic preventive visit: 

Risk Factor Review & Counseling Screening Tests* Preventive Services**
History of tobacco, alcohol, and drug use Blood pressure, height, and weight check Tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis (combination vaccine) / every 10 years
Physical activity habits Cholesterol testing Flu shot (annually)
Family history Electrocardiogram if needed Pneumonia vaccine ***
Current and past medical history Blood tests to screen for conditions such as thyroid disease and anemia as needed Herpes Zoster (shingles) vaccine (one time)
Comprehensive review of medication HIV testing as needed  
Discussion on prevention of cardiovascular disease and cancer Diabetes screening  
  Colonoscopy to screen for colon cancer every ten years  

*Screening tests may vary based on age and personal risk factors.
**Other immunizations may be recommended based on individual health factors and habits
***There are 2 types of pneumonia vaccines (PCV 13 and PPSV 23).  Men over 64 should receive both.

PREVENTIVE HEALTH GUIDELINES FOR MEN 40 – 50

Summit Medical Group recommends a comprehensive examination with your physician on a regular basis. Frequency should be based on your health history and personal risk factors. Studies have shown that counseling and screening for risk factors and receiving preventive health services is the best way to stay healthy.

Based on recommendations of the United States Preventive Services Task Force, the American Cancer Society, and the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, your Summit Medical Group primary care physician will offer the following during your periodic preventive visit: 

Risk Factor Review & Counseling Screening Tests* Preventive Services**
History of tobacco, alcohol, and drug use Blood pressure, height, and weight check Tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis (combination vaccine) / every 10 years
Physical activity habits Cholesterol testing  
Family history Electrocardiogram if needed  
Current and past medical history Blood tests to screen for conditions such as thyroid disease and anemia as needed  
Comprehensive review of medication HIV testing as needed  
Discussion on prevention of cardiovascular disease Diabetes screening  

*Screening tests may vary based on age and personal risk factors.
**Other immunizations may be recommended based on individual health factors and habits.

PREVENTIVE HEALTH GUIDELINES FOR MEN 50 – 65

Summit Medical Group recommends a comprehensive examination with your physician on a regular basis. Frequency should be based on your health history and personal risk factors. Studies have shown that counseling and screening for risk factors and receiving preventive health services is the best way to stay healthy.

Based on recommendations of the United States Preventive Services Task Force, the American Cancer Society, and the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, your Summit Medical Group primary care physician will offer the following during your periodic preventive visit: 

Risk Factor Review & Counseling Screening Tests* Preventive Services**
History of tobacco, alcohol, and drug use Blood pressure, height, and weight check Tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis (combination vaccine) / every 10 years
Physical activity habits Cholesterol testing  
Family history Electrocardiogram if needed Flu shot (annually)
Current and past medical history Blood tests to screen for conditions such as thyroid disease and anemia as needed  
Comprehensive review of medication HIV testing as needed  
Discussion on prevention of cardiovascular disease and cancer Diabetes screening  
  Colonoscopy to screen for colon cancer every ten years  

*Screening tests may vary based on age and personal risk factors.
**Other immunizations as needed based on individual health factors and habits.

PREVENTIVE HEALTH GUIDELINES FOR MEN OVER 65

Summit Medical Group recommends a comprehensive examination with your physician on a regular basis. Frequency should be based on your health history and personal risk factors. Studies have shown that counseling and screening for risk factors and receiving preventive health services is the best way to stay healthy.

Based on recommendations of the United States Preventive Services Task Force, the American Cancer Society, and the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, your Summit Medical Group primary care physician will offer the following during your periodic preventive visit: 

Risk Factor Review & Counseling Screening Tests* Preventive Services**
History of tobacco, alcohol, and drug use Blood pressure, height, and weight check Tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis (combination vaccine) / every 10 years
Physical activity habits Cholesterol testing Flu shot (annually)
Family history Electrocardiogram if needed Pneumonia vaccine ***
Current and past medical history Blood tests to screen for conditions such as thyroid disease and anemia as needed Herpes Zoster (shingles) vaccine (one time)
Comprehensive review of medication HIV testing as needed  
Discussion on prevention of cardiovascular disease and cancer Diabetes screening  
  Colonoscopy to screen for colon cancer every ten years  

*Screening tests may vary based on age and personal risk factors.
**Other immunizations may be recommended based on individual health factors and habits
***There are 2 types of pneumonia vaccines (PCV 13 and PPSV 23).  Men over 64 should receive both.

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