It’s about our health and not about our egos. There, I said it. So, let’s talk about it. After living through my own health issues and watching close friends suffer unnecessarily, I am committed to changing our current level of awareness about male health conditions. Ignorance, neglect, minimization of the problem — these do not lead to a better way of life.
Now is the time for men to take better care of their health – so that we can live longer, look younger, and be around for all of those big moments. It’s time we start exchanging stories and asking the important questions like why, what, when, where and how.
Part of MEMAH’s objective is to educate men on issues prevalent in their health – prostate conditions, diabetes, heart disease, E.D. and even the merits of lifestyle. This last aspect is particularly important, as MEMAH extends the definition of men’s health to include quality of life.
Let’s consider too, our lives should be about making a difference, investing back, and creating a better place for our families, community and its future generations. These social connections impact the quality of a man’s life in ways every bit as powerful as good diet, daily exercise and continued education.