Keep the Convo Going
I know, discussing topics like cancer and suicide prevention is uncomfortable, but it’s too important not to, right? The more we discuss it, the more we normalize these issues for both men and women.
It might be cliched, but the fact is, we guys just don’t like talking about health issues or making doctor appointments. But the more we all open up about these issues, the more we can have an impact.
So, keep the convo going! Let the power of awareness be the cure.
Focus on Weight Management
As a general rule, it’s a good idea to look and feel our best, consume high-quality nutrition, and move as much as possible each day. The goal being to get a little better each day than we were the day before. Part of that is weight management.
Here are a few systems you can check out and even customize to fit your lifestyle:
On top of that, we have quite a few fitness articles you can draw inspiration from and implement into your routine:
Nonprofit organizations like the Men’s Health Network need donations in order to spread awareness, fund cancer organizations, and care for men struggling with depression and suicidal thoughts. Every little bit counts and the cause is 100% worth it!
You can also get involved directly with the ISA Foundation, where wellness education is a core tenant for charitable contribution. The Foundation works with various organizations around the world through donations and volunteering. You can donate directly to the ISA Foundation or, if you’re already a Customer, you can set up automatic contributions through your Back Office.
Don’t Forget to Celebrate
Although Men’s Health Month is about very serious men’s health issues, don’t forget to see the big-picture, long-term benefits to your health! Too many people love you and are counting on you, so eat right, exercise, and get checked out. It’s worth the effort!
In fact, we should all celebrate knowing men and women around the world are taking action and bringing awareness to Men’s Health Month each year.