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Silent Killer Disease That Men Should Never Ignore

Men have a shorter life expectancy than women do. Even though we will all pass away at some point, there are things we can do to live longer and healthier lives, which can enhance both our own and our loved ones' quality of existence.

Men need to be aware of and prepared for these common health care hazards. Boys and men can both gain from regular health exams and diagnoses. If it has been some time since your last physical, schedule a visit with your doctor.

The prostate cancer.

This is the second most prevalent cancer in men after skin cancer. Many guys lose their lives to this illness each year.

This is because the disease doesn't show any symptoms until it has spread across the entire body.

Although prostate cancer cannot be cured, if detected early enough, it can be treated. With routine screening, the risk of death can be reduced by more than 25%.

(2) High blood pressure.

High blood pressure is the silent killer of the planet. It can cause a fatal heart attack, heart failure, or stroke if left untreated. These illnesses pose a risk since they can cause devastation for years. Then, one day, it suddenly materializes out of nowhere. Therefore, it is essential to get regular checkups.

4. Overweight

This illness is the leading cause of death for men in the US. It is particularly deadly because it exhibits few to no symptoms in the early stages. The first things it affects are the heart and blood arteries, which in turn causes angina, heart failure, coronary artery disease, and arrhythmia. The risk will rise if unchecked over a lengthy period of time. It is advised to have regular checkups to make sure everything is in working order.

5. lung cancer.

One of the most fatal diseases that affects both men and women is this one. Regular examinations are crucial because, after receiving a lung cancer diagnosis, a patient may only have a five-year survival rate. Early detection can therefore prevent fatalities.

6. Liver cirrhosis

Excessive alcohol consumption is the source of this silent killer disease, which has not yet been identified in non-alcoholics. People with high cholesterol, sleep apnea, gastric bypass, type 2 diabetes, obesity, and an underactive thyroid are more likely to develop this condition. If someone is discovered quickly, their life may be saved.

A disorder known as fatty liver disease occurs when the liver has problems eliminating fats that have accumulated in the liver tissue.

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