A Guide to Men’s and Women’s Health

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A Guide to Men’s and Women’s Health

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A Guide to Mens and Womens Health
by Simonetta Phillip

General Health
Human beings were not created to eat fast food, high-sugar food, high-fatty food, or salty food. The ideal diet would be the same as the one that has fuelled our ancestors. This means a balance diet would enhance our health.

Food is needed to provide energy for movement and warmth for our bodies. It is needed to build, maintain, and repair the body. Good health starts with eating right. Eating right means we are eating enough of the right kinds of foods.

Regular Physical Activity has been known to have tremendous benefits to the body. One of the benefits is that it improves mental and physical health.

Stress is inevitable in todays world; however, many people still ignore the profound effects it has on the body and mind. Nevertheless, stress has to be managed for healthy living.

Alcoholism is a social problem that affects society. It affects the youth, middle-aged, and elderly; rich and poor; and male and female. Alcoholism increases the risk of hypertension, diabetes, and heart disease. But alcoholism can be treated and, most importantly, prevented.

Sexual Health is a crucial aspect of relationships. It has proven to have great consequences. These may include a sexually transmitted disease, HIV/AIDS, or a single-parenting family.

A healthy lifestyle incorporates healthy eating, regular physical activity, managing stress, maintaining a viable social support system, and safe-sex practices. We can also adopt healthy behaviors to increase our quality of life so life can be lived to the fullest.

(2010, paperback, 64 pages)