The main probable male health problems: excessive sweating, beer belly, back hair, bald patches and their solution. Forewarned is forearmed!
1. Hair on the back
Around the age of 20, every man faces such a problem as the appearance of hair on the back. For some, they can appear in bunches, and for others, in whole thickets. It is unlikely that your companion will like a hairy back, so the best option is to permanently remove all hairs with laser hair removal. Cheaper, but short-term options are epilation with cream or wax, or shaving.
2. Beer belly
Men (especially those who drink beer regularly) are more prone to developing a fat belly than women. If your waist reaches 100 centimeters or more, you risk getting cardiovascular disease. The good news is that if you're trying to lose weight, belly fat will start to disappear first.
3. Increased sweating
Men sweat more than women, and this is a fact. Sweat not only leaves marks on clothes, but also creates a favorable environment for the growth of bacteria, which subsequently provoke an unpleasant body odor. Shower regularly with soap and water and use an antiperspirant. If you still experience excessive sweating, then most likely you have hyperhidrosis, which requires treatment.
Rosacea, or rosacea, is a chronic disease, the main signs of which are redness of the skin and the formation of bumps, pustules and other rashes on the face. Basically, this disease affects people in adulthood, but in men, complications develop faster and more often - the nose is severely deformed and reddens. Before using medicines or ointments, consult your doctor.
5. Bald patches
The bitter truth: most men begin to lose hair from the age of 35. At the age of 50, they already have large bald patches from the forehead to the crown. With the help of modern methods of hair transplantation, amazing results can be achieved. Some men benefit from drug therapy and a special scalp massage. Consult a specialist to select the most optimal treatment method.
6. Color blindness
Color blindness is color blindness, the inability to distinguish one or more colors. The disease does not mean that patients see the world in black and white, basically they cannot distinguish red from green. Due to the nature of inheritance, color blindness is 20 times more common in men than in women. The disease cannot be cured, however, with the help of special techniques, you can learn to distinguish colors.
Snoring itself is not harmful to a person, but it can be a sign of a more serious problem - sleep apnea, when for a few seconds or even minutes ventilation stops. Snoring can also interfere with the quality of sleep of loved ones who sleep nearby. Men are more likely to snore in their sleep, so to save your women, seek help from a specialist.
8. Gas and belching
air with food. Frequent burping combined with other symptoms such as nausea, heartburn, or stomach pain can be a sign of indigestion. In this case, you should consult a doctor.
9. Itching in the groin area
Jockey itch is a rash in the groin area and upper thighs, which is caused by the growth of fungi. This is characteristic of people prone to sweating, in particular athletes, hence the name of the disease. Avoid tight clothing, wash your tracksuit frequently, and if you sweat a lot, use body powder.
10. Ingrown nails
Not only women, but also men should take care of their nails. Improper trimming is the main cause of ingrown nails, which cause pain, swelling and inflammation. The most common mistake is cutting your nails too short. To avoid this, get scissors with rounded ends that shape the natural curve of the nail.
11. Bad breath
Eating and smoking can cause bad breath. The most common causative agent of bad breath is bacteria that begins to multiply in the pieces of food left in the mouth. Remember to brush your teeth, interdental spaces and tongue after every snack. If following this rule still does not relieve you of an unpleasant odor, seek help from a dentist.
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