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Hey Men! Do You Want A Long Life, With Good Health & Virilty?

Tuesday, August 02, 2011
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Hey Men! Do You Want A Long Life, With Good Health & Virilty?When it comes to Men's longevity their lifestyle habits are negatively impacting their overall health. So, what's a man to do?

Answer - Prevent his negative habits from cutting life short!

It has been emphasised that for reasons which are not very clear, men are at higher risk for death than women in all categories and also have a shorter life span. Here's a 5 second refresher course on the lifestyle factors that increase their risk: high Body Mass Index, poor diet, smoking, alcohol, sedentary lifestyle and stress.

In a recent study on men aged 20-82 years and published in the American Journal of Hypertension 2010, a healthy lifestyle was shown to significantly reduce the risk of developing hypertension by 47%. Results indicated that a combination of the five protective health factors (Body Mass Index, smoking status, alcohol intake, physical activity and cardio respiratory fitness). Moreover, having a normal BMI, being a non-smoker and physically fit were independently associated with a lower risk.



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25 January, 2012 | Vidya Yadav | Reply

Vidya Yadav ED: A Sign of Heart Disease?
In some cases, ED can be a warning sign of more serious disease. A 2010 study suggests ED is a strong predictor of heart attack, stroke, and death from cardiovascular disease. The researchers say all men diagnosed with ED should be evaluated for cardiovascular disease. This does not mean every man with ED will develop heart disease, or that every man with heart disease has ED, but patients should be aware of the link.

06 September, 2011 | Sangeetha Narayana Swamy | Reply

Sangeetha Narayana Swamy To be healthy and to increase our energy levels we need to have a physical activity for 30 - 45 mins per day and do it 5 times in a week at least. Also consume a diet that provides 25- 30 gms of fiber, all necessary vitamins and minerals, has complex carbs, good protein and fats. Smoking and Alcohol should be avoided as they are proved to be detrimental to our health. Last but not the least, consume 10 - 12 glasses of water per day.

16 August, 2011 | Sadashiv Rao | Reply

Sadashiv Rao What do you think of the Calorie Restriction with Optimum Nutrition (CRON), also called the Longevity Diet? Is it another cult society or does it really have the potential to increase the average and maximum life span.

17 August, 2011 | Vijayalakshmi Iyengar | Reply

Vijayalakshmi Iyengar Dear Mr Rao, if a person is overweight, as dietitians we always advice a diet where we lower the calories but not the other nutrients. However we do not adhere to any one diet like CRON etc. We tweak and customise a person’s everyday diet to improve lifestyle and increase life or longevity.
Also quoting a study titled `Modifiable Factors Associated with Survival and Function to Age 90 Years ‘in a prospective cohort study of 2357 healthy men’. The findings were that modifiable healthy behaviours during early elderly years, including smoking abstinence, weight management, blood pressure control, and regular exercise, are associated not only with enhanced life span in men but also with good health and function during older age. This was published in Archives of Internal medicine dated Feb 11 2008

12 August, 2011 | Sharma | Reply

Sharma Its really so simple guys -JUST 30 -40 minutes a day of regular physical activity contributes to health by reducing the heart rate, decreasing the risk for cardiovascular disease, and reducing the amount of bone loss that is associated with age and osteoporosis.

12 August, 2011 | Vijayalakshmi Iyengar | Reply

Vijayalakshmi Iyengar I am going to share the secret for longevity as told by Robert Butler, president of the International Longevity Center in New York!!
"Don't smoke. A recent Norwegian study showed that 41% of male heavy smokers were dead by 70, vs. 14% of non-smokers.
Alcohol abuse is an underappreciated major cause of illness and death among men.
Eating a few fruits and vegetables, exercising and limiting alcohol should help, too".

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