Common Health Issues Ignored by Men


Many times we get signal of big health problems however we find avoiding or temporary solution to particular problem. FEW signs are found through research cause of death if kept underlined for long.


1) Migraine – underlines heart attack

Frequency matters. If you have fewer than one migraine a month, you're 50% more likely to have a heart attack than no sufferers. If migraines strike at least weekly, you have 3 times the risk of stroke, compared with those who don't have this problem, says study coauthor Tobias Kurth, MD, an assistant professor at Harvard Medical School.

2) Asthma- Shadows depression & anxiety

Studies reveal a striking connection between asthma and psychological problems, including depression and anxiety. In 2004, the CDC announced that 18% of patients with asthma report mental distress. "This link has been debated by scientists for about 20 years, but in the last half decade it has become more accepted," says Bruce G. Bender, PhD, who is a professor of psychiatry at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center.

3) High Blood Pressure- underlines Diabetes

Doctors have long wondered how high blood pressure and diabetes are related, because the two often appear together, especially in obese patients. Now, after following 38,000 midlife women for 10 years, researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School report that constantly elevated blood pressure, or hypertension, doubles your risk of developing diabetes, regardless of your BMI. More surprising, the risk of diabetes goes up if your blood pressure increases over time—even if it stays under the hypertension threshold.

4) Endometriosis- can cause Skin Cancer

In 2007, a huge, 12-year French study confirmed that women with endometriosis (in which tissue similar to the uterine lining grows outside the womb) are 62% more likely to suffer from melanoma. Researchers are unsure why endometriosis and the deadly skin cancer sometimes travel together, but one possibility is a genetic defect that triggers both conditions.

5) Psoriasis- Leads to heart attack

The rough, itchy patches of psoriasis are more than uncomfortable and unsightly: They may increase your odds of a heart attack, concludes a study that followed half a million people for 5 years. "The out-of-whack immune system that triggers the psoriasis may also cause inflammation that infiltrates the arteries of the heart,"

6) Metabolic syndrome – shadow Kidney stone Now research reveals that metabolic syndrome could also be behind the rising rate of kidney stones. Your odds of developing them go up by 54% if you have two of the above traits; with three symptoms, your risk hits 70%, says the research.


Tripti Tambe

Msc. Nutrition


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