Four Physical Changes for Men that Could Indicate Future Health Problems

Men, just like women, face numerous health issues which if not rectified in time can result in severe consequences and even death. Today, we look at four physical changes for men that could indicate future health problems.

Excess Weight and Obesity

Excess weight and obesity are two common problems facing thousands if not millions of men from all across the globe. Research studies have proven that the two can result in high blood pressure, stroke, Type 2 diabetes, and heart disease. Men suffering from this condition should seek advice from health practitioners on how to resolve lose weight safely.

Tired Looking Eyes

This could be a sign of chronic allergies which dilate blood vessels thereby resulting in leaks. The dilated blood vessels create a dark purple-blue hue and puffiness around the sensitive skin under the eyes.

Discolored Complexion

Discolored complexion is one of the signs that doctors look at whenever a patient walks into the consulting room. A yellow tone could be a sign of liver disease while paleness is a sign of anemia. On the other hand, nail beds and bluish tint on the lips are indications of lung or heart disease.

Blotches and Rashes

Unknown to most people, certain digestive problems may show signs on the skin. One of the symptoms of Celiac disease is itchy clusters or red bumps. This disease is actually an autoimmune disorder that triggers the body to react to gluten. Allergies, rosacea, and eczema can also cause facial rashes. If you notice a butterfly-shaped rash over the bridge of the nose or across the cheekbones, you may be suffering from lupus.

 Be on the lookout for any of these physical changes to prevent future health complications. A professional health practitioner can tell if a certain sign is cause for alarm and advice you accordingly on what you should do.

 

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