BIN THE SHAVING CREAM AND UNDERLINE THOSE NOSES!
MOVEMBER IS HERE AND HAS THE FULL SUPPORT OF MOMMY WELLNESS!
November is the month during which eyes around all the world focus on men’s health issues. Much attention is given in November to cancer and awareness is raised particularly around the prostate and testicular cancers, amongst others.
To show support and maintain the drive, men are encouraged internationally to “Grow A Mo”, starting with a clean-shaven face on 1 November.
Now the ladies naturally give the guys their full support, but remember, not all ladies like the idea of a Mo, so please remember that although your shaving cream is no longer, you still need to maintain your Mo by grooming and trimming regularly. This will help keep you out of trouble!
As one of the most common types of cancer in men, prostate cancer usually grows slowly, confined initially to the prostate gland. There are. However. more aggressive cancers which can spread very quickly and if detected early whilst still confined to the prostate gland, there is a much better chance of successful treatment.
It is still not clear what causes prostate cancer and alarmingly in its early stages, there may be no signs or symptoms that it is even prevalent. However, advanced prostate cancer may present symptoms such as:
- Trouble urinating
- Decreased force in the stream of urine
- Blood in semen
- Discomfort in the pelvic area
- Bone pain
- Erectile dysfunction
PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE
Certain factors have been suggested in the attempt to reduce prostate cancer:
Choosing a healthy diet of fruit and vegetables is essential. Try to avoid high-fat foods and focus on whole grains.
Although it needs yet to be proved that a healthy diet may prevent prostate cancer, vitamins and nutrients found in a variety of fruit and vegetables will contribute towards and improve your overall health.
Choose healthy foods over supplements
Always choose healthy/fresh foods before opting for supplements. Choose foods that are vitamin enriched and which contain minerals to maintain healthy levels of vitamins in the body.
Exercise most days of the week
Exercise helps improve overall health. It also helps maintain weight and enhances moods. Some evidence shows that men who exercise are at a lower risk of contracting prostate cancer than men who don’t.
If you are new to exercising, start slowly and increase your exercises gradually over a period of time. Try exercising as regularly as possible.
Maintain a healthy weight
If you are at an ideal weight, make sure to keep it constant by exercising as often as possible. Should you need to lose a bit of weight, increase your exercise time and reduce calorie intake. Your Doctor or Dietician will be able to assist with a healthy eating plan.
Talk to your doctor
Should you have any concerns about any risks of developing prostate cancer or notice any worrying signs or symptoms, contact your doctor sooner than later.
EARLY DETECTION AND TREATMENT SAVES LIVES!
The ladies especially are looking forward to seeing the unity of our men standing together and fighting to prevent this dreaded disease.
REMEMBER TO UNDERLINE THOSE NOSES!