Middle age or midlife as it is called is the beginning of many health issues like cancer, heart problems, injuries, diabetes, stroke, respiratory diseases, Alzheimer’s and other problems. The one thing you should do is stay away from the habits that trigger these problems.
Today many surveys show that as a norm that men above their 50s who are married are likely to be healthier than those who have not been married or widowed or divorced.
What is so great about the wedding ring anyway? It seems the social aspects of being married work on lessening the impact of stress and depression which when not curbed can lead to health issues. It looks like men who are no married tend to have not-so-healthy habits like eating unhealthy food, drinking more and more often, getting inadequate medical care and also taking risks.
It is of course better to be single than to be in a poor relationship. It may not be too late to try. The longer a person is married the better his health and wellness.
What is Internet addiction disorder? We don’t know whether it can really be called a proper diagnosis but one thing is sure the more time you spend on computers, laptops, Smartphone et al, the less time you have for other things that will have you doing some physical work or enjoying nature or developing social relationships.
This sort of lonely pursuits can lead to isolation and depression related problems. Plus a sedentary lifestyle will lead to lifestyle diseases like hypertension, diabetes etc. The thing that men over 40 should remember is that even a few minutes of moving about can be good for you.
What are the dangers of UV exposure? Men in their 40s stand to have more exposure to UV rays that can be damaging. This is because men tend to play sports outside and tend to have shorter hair. Also men are not used to wearing anything on their skin for protection.
The only consolation comes from the fact that doctors can detect melanomas early in men aged above 65 and this is so because as you grow older, you tend to meet the doctor more often.