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1. Andrology Australia - 'What Every Man Needs to Know
- For men under 40
- For men over 40
1 session, 30-60mins
What every man needs to know
Men under 40
What every man needs to know
- Heart disease & Diabetes
- Staying healthy
- The prostate
- Sexual health
- Alcohol & drugs
Taking the next step
When it comes to health, men generally prefer
to cross their fingers and hope for the best rather than take precautions and look after themselves. But it’s
important for men to be aware of the health issues they may face so any problems can be detected and treated
early. Good general and reproductive health, positive mental health, happy relationships and living a healthy
lifestyle can all contribute to a long and happy life.
Health problems of the reproductive system can
happen across the lifespan and many become more common in men as they get older. Infertility, erectile
dysfunction, testicular cancer, low testosterone levels and prostate problems affect the lives of thousands
of Australian men. While most problems ‘below the belt’ are not life-threatening, they can impact on quality
of life. Many of these conditions can be treated if diagnosed early, so talk to a doctor about your
reproductive health and any concerns you may have.
Depression is a serious illness and is very
common; one in six men has depression. However, it can be treated and there are ways to help manage
depression including reducing stress and anxiety, getting enough sleep, keeping active, spending time with
mates, talking to someone and reducing alcohol and drug intake.
Trust and communication are important for
healthy relationships, but life changes such as retirement or financial pressures can impact negatively on
relationships. Keep in touch with others and ensure your relationships stay
Heart disease and diabetes are serious
conditions and are often preventable through healthy lifestyle choices. Making sure you take part in regular
physical activity, have a healthy diet, quit smoking and limit the amount of alcohol you drink will put you
in a good position to avoid these serious long-term health problems.
So, now that you are armed with information
about important health issues, what’s the next step? Book an appointment to see your doctor for a general
health check. Think about the lifestyle you lead and how it can affect your health in the long-term. Don’t
just sit there, make healthy choices!
For more information on men’s health, contact
Andrology Australia on 1300 303 878 or visit www.andrologyaustralia.org
2. 'Cazaly's Gutless Wonders' - A waist loss program for men with the guts to
it a go!
'Cazaly's Wise Women' - A skills program appropriate for women of all ages who wish to remain fit and well
Obesity, High Blood Pressure and Diabetes Prevention
Drugs and Alcohol
- Cazaly's Fit to Quit smoking cessation
- Alcohol & drugs, use & abuse