Men’s Wellness

  • Screen Tests and Vaccines for Men
  • Tips for men to live a healthier life
    • Eat Healthy. Nutritious foods give you energy and may lower your risk of certain diseases. 
    • Stay at a healthy weight. Bring overweight or obese can increase your risk for diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease and stroke. Find out your body mass index (BMI) to find out if you are at rise.
    • Get moving. Regular exercise is one of the most important things you can do for your health. 
    • Be smoke-free. Smoking is linked to many of the leading causes of death, including cancer, lung disease and stroke. 
    • Get routine exams and screenings. Ask your doctor how often you need to be examined. Ask about screening tests for certain diseases and conditions, including high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, sexually transmitted infections, and certain types of cancer.
    • Avoid heavy drinking. Heavy drinking can lead to many problems, including high blood pressure, various cancers, psychological problems, and accidents. For men 65 and younger, drinking in moderation means no more than two drinks per day. Men older than 65 should have no more than one drink a day.
    • Manage Stress. Balancing work and family obligations can be challenging. But it's important to protect your mental and physical health. Find healthy ways to cope with stress.
    • Get enough sleep. Not getting enough sleep can affect your mood and your health. Try certain changes that can improve your sleep. See your doctor if you think you have a serious problem. Sleep apnea, a common problem in which your breathing stops briefly, can increase the risk of accidents and certain health problems.
    • Know your risks. Not getting enough sleep can affect your mood and your health. Try certain changes that can improve your sleep. See your doctor if you think you have a serious problem. Sleep apnea, a common problem in which your breathing stops briefly, can increase the risk of accidents and certain health problems.