Life Line Screening has released a list of ways that men can address their health strategies in order to be healthy. Chief among these is to reduce the chronic stress in their lives. When a man experiences persistent stress they build up cortisol which weakens their immune systems. There are ways to de-stress such as meditating, listening to music they enjoy, and relaxing in a hot tub.
Hard workouts which includes running and swimming have been shown to increase blood flow to health throughout the body. This increases the amount of oxygen in the blood as well as boosting dopamine levels among other advantages. Men should also check their blood pressure, optimally three times a day. High blood pressure can leave to strokes or cause blood vessels to rupture or become stiff. If blood pressure is chronically high they should see a doctor about getting blood pressure medications prescribed.
Men should get two doctor appointments a year and tell their doctor about any symptoms they have been experiencing. This can include a list or chart of symptoms as well as including how they have been sleeping and what they have been eating. Men should get their cholesterol checked every year as well as avoid food that has a lot of oil and/or salt. Another tip is to get 2000 milligrams of niacin every day which helps to promote blood flow.
Life Line Screenings is a company that provides tests which can detect the early stages of diseases and other health problems. The Life Line Screenings founded in 1993 in Florida and provides screening across the United States and the UK. They have screened over 500,000 people at local events held in senior centers, community buildings, businesses, churches, and other places where a large number of people can get screened.
Life Line Screenings partnered with a number of insurance companies, health organizations, and hospitals. The list includes Ameriplan, MCM Solutions, Carolina Vascular, and other institutions.
They also provide the anonymous health data they collect to clinical research teams which are researching diseases and health issues. In one study there proved to be a correlation between excessive weight and abdominal aortic aneurysms.
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