5 Ways to Shake Up Your Wellness Routines to Support Men’s Health

June is National Men’s Health Month — encouraging men to make better choices when it comes to their health through diet, exercise, and healthy living. This week on the Vibrant Health blog, we’re sharing five ways you can shake up your wellness routine to support your specific needs as a man. 

5 Ways to Support Men’s Health 

  1. Take Supplements Designed Specifically for Men
  2. Invest in Natural Personal Care Products
  3. Put Your Mental Health First & Seek Support 
  4. Don’t Avoid the Doctor 
  5. Start a Regular Exercise Routine

1. Take Supplements Designed Specifically for Men 

Proper nutrition is key for optimal health, and just like the food you eat, you want to make sure your supplements are working for you. For starters, be sure the supplements you’re taking are made specifically with men’s health in mind. 

Our Trilogy Men is the perfect 3-in-1 solution, including an organic, plant-based multivitamin, fish oil, and probiotics in convenient daily packets. Our multivitamin contains chromium from sesbania — supporting healthy blood sugar levels, heart health, and lean muscle mass production — essential for men’s health. 

Want more? Our Men’s Health Bundle not only includes Trilogy but also “A Man’s Zinc” (to support healthy prostate and immune function) and “Super Natural Boron” (which helps Support bones and joints). 

2. Invest in Natural Personal Care Products 

Just as you’re mindful of what you put in your body, men should also pay attention to what they’re putting on their bodies — starting with personal care products (notorious for being filled with toxic chemicals, fragrances, and added ingredients). 

For starters, opt for a natural, aluminum-free deodorant like Native — made with real ingredients like coconut oil, shea butter, and baking soda — and upgrade your After Shave for a natural, alcohol-free variety like this one by Brickell. 

3. Put Your Mental Health First & Seek Support 

While we’re on the topic of men’s health, it’s important not to forget about mental health too. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, men are less likely than women to discuss and seek treatment for depression and anxiety. 

That’s why it’s especially important for men to get Support — be it through talking with a friend, signing up for therapy sessions, or downloading a daily meditation app like Headspace

4. Don’t Avoid the Doctor 

Have you been putting off those doctor check-ups? According to Dr. Vasanth Kainkaryam, physician and owner of 4 Elements Direct Primary Care, men are more likely than women to develop skin cancer, Parkinson’s disease, kidney stones, gout, and heart attacks. In fact, according to the CDC, heart disease is the leading cause of death for men in the U.S. 

With that said, men tend to be more private when it comes to health issues and may be more inclined to blow off the doctor. That’s why it’s important to take preventative measures and find a trusty provider you can confide in. Get those doctor appointments on the calendar; your body and health will thank you for it in the long run! 

5. Start a Regular Exercise Routine 

With heart disease being more prevalent in men, it’s important to know lifestyle also plays a significant role in your health — putting it back into your hands. In fact, studies show that regular exercise can help prevent the risk of developing cardiovascular disease

Purchase some new kicks and start moving, aiming for 30 minutes a day, five days a week (although any exercise is better than none at all). 

DISCLAIMER: This information is not intended as a substitute for the advice provided by a competent health care professional. You should not use this information in diagnosing or treating a health problem. No claim or opinion in this blog is intended to be, nor should be construed to be, medical advice. If you are now taking any drugs, prescribed or not, or have a medical condition, please consult a competent physician who is aware of herb/drug interactions before taking any herbal supplements. The information presented herein has not been evaluated by the FDA or the Department of Health and is not intended to diagnose, prevent, cure, mitigate or treat any disease or illness.

 

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