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Top 10 List of Men’s Health Threats
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Cayenne Wellness Center
208 South Louise Street
Glendale, CA 91205
Open Sunday - Friday by appointment only

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Do you know the greatest threats to menís health? The list is surprisingly short - and prevention pays off. Consider this top 10 list of menís health threats and then take steps to reduce your risks.

NUMBER 1 - HEART DISEASE. Heart disease is a leading men's health threat. Take charge of heart health by making healthier lifestyle choices.

NUMBER 2 - CANCER. Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths among men ó mostly due to cigarette smoking.

NUMBER 3 - INJURIES. The leading cause of fatal accidents among men is motor vehicle crashes.

NUMBER 4 - STROKE. You can't control some stroke risk factors, such as family
history, age and race. But you can control other contributing factors.

To prevent COPD, Don't smoke and avoid exposure to secondhand smoke; minimize exposure to chemicals and air pollution.

NUMBER 6 - TYPE 2 DIABETES. Type 2 diabetes — the most common type of diabetes — affects the way your body uses blood sugar (glucose). Possible complications of type 2 diabetes include heart disease, blindness, nerve damage and kidney damage.

NUMBER 7 - FLU. Influenza is a common viral infection. Increase your immune system.

NUMBER 8 - SUICIDE. An important risk factor for suicide among men is depression.

NUMBER 9 - KIDNEY DISEASE. Kidney failure is often a complication of diabetes or high blood pressure.

Do everything you can do to lead a healthy lifestyle. We can assist you in increasing your odds of living a long, healthy life. Call us at 818 377 5120 and ask us how.
  • Don’t smoke or use other tobacco products. Avoid exposure to secondhand smoke.
  • Eat a healthy diet rich in vegetables and fruit, whole grain and fiber.
  • Include physical activity in your daily routine.
  • Maintain a healthy weight.
  • Avoid caffeine, nicotine, alcohol and sugar.
  • Manage stress and anger control.
  • Consult your doctor for cancer screenings.
  • Wear your seat belts.
  • Follow the speed limit.
  • Don’t drive under the influence and end markdon’t drive while sleepy.
  • Stay socially active.