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7 Men’s Health Issues, You Should Never Ignore

Priyank Pandey
Written by Priyank Pandey on October 25, 2019

Many times it happens that after getting up from the bed, we start experiencing problems like high fever or severe pain in any part of the body. We usually ignore this problem. But, if this type of problem persecutes you regularly, then the matter is serious, sir.

The modern lifestyle has given us diseases along with all the comforts of luxury. Many physical problems keep bothering us for this day. However, many problems are temporary, which resolve on their own after some time. We usually ignore such symptoms, but it is not right. You may find these symptoms minor today, but they can also be signs of some dangerous disease.

If you suddenly have a health problem, contact your doctor taking it seriously. You may have this type of problem even when you are tired. Through this article, we are telling you about such physical problems which should not be ignored.

Sudden headache

This is not a common cause when working in the office, after waking up in the morning or at some other time, a sudden headache occurs. It is usually seen that such pain occurs suddenly and for a few seconds or minutes in one part of the head. After some time the pain is cured without treatment, we do not pay attention to it when it is cured. If this happens, consult a doctor. This pain can also be of migraine and also of eye discomfort. Without medical examination, it is difficult to find out the real reason.

Chest pain

Many times people ignore sudden chest pain as a health problem. If you are unable to work properly due to pain, feel pressure or have trouble sitting, then it can also cause a heart attack. In case of chest pain, nausea, vomiting and short breath may also be the problem. Chest pain during work can be caused by angina. In this, the heart veins cannot get enough blood.

Rapid weight loss

Fast body weight loss is not good. If you do not try to lose weight and you lose 5 per cent of your weight suddenly it can be cancer. Sudden weight loss in older people has been confirmed as 36% of cases of cancer. In the case of such a problem, the doctor should be contacted. If you lose weight, you have more thirst, hunger, fatigue and more urine, then it can be a sign of diabetes.

High fever or persistent fever

It can be dangerous if someone has a fever for a long time or has a fever of 103 degrees Fahrenheit or more. In this case, the patient may have a bladder infection, pneumonia and brain fever etc. Antibiotics are consumed when there is a prolonged fever. A mild fever for several consecutive weeks may be the cause or indication of a major illness. Do not ignore this type of problem and get appropriate treatment.

Short breath

Sudden shortness of breath can be a lung problem. If you have trouble breathing while climbing the ladder or you feel tired of yourself, do not consider it mild. This may be a sign of an irregular heartbeat. It can cause heart failure or other types of cardiovascular diseases. Apart from this, it can also be caused by asthma.

Leg swelling

There is a problem of swelling in the legs when the fluids are stored. Doctors also consider it a symptom of heart failure. The amount of blood the body needs when the heart is not able to circulate that amount of blood and begins to return to the blood veins, resulting in swelling of the legs. Contact with a physician is necessary if there is prolonged swelling of the legs.

Published on October 25, 2019 and Last Updated on October 25, 2019 by: Priyank Pandey

Priyank Pandey
Written by Priyank Pandey on October 25, 2019

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