Health is a personal issue, but also a relationship issue. Important as it is to take care of yourself, it’s also a good idea to take care of your daddy. Poor health can put a strain on your connection and could jeopardize the partnership. However, caring for your daddy shows that you are committed. In honor of June being Men’s Health Month, here are a few tips to keep your daddy in top shape.
Men don’t like to go to the doctor. Even when something is wrong, they would rather not be bothered or think that time can heal all wounds. However, if you suspect that your daddy has a serious issue, you should encourage him to get checked by a doctor. Early detection and treatment are the first steps toward healing and recovery.
Even non-threatening issues can be helped by a doctor, sometimes when you least expect it. Men are often times embarrassed to talk about issues, especially those of a sexual nature. However, issues like erectile dysfunction are far more common than one might think. Roughly 40% of men are affected by ED by age 40. While this is a staggering statistic, the good news is from medications to lifestyle changes, there are countless remedies.
If your Daddy doesn’t want the hassle of going to the doctor, he can seek these remedies through telemedicine companies like hims. From the comfort of his own home, daddy can have a private consultation with an online doctor and be prescribed the appropriate solutions. To learn more about the company’s mission in fighting back against ED and other men’s health issues, check out the hims instagram page.
An imperative aspect of a healthy lifestyle is a physical exercise regimen. Particular family histories or risk factors notwithstanding, a healthier lifestyle is the first defense against diseases and ailments. Issues like heart disease and type II diabetes are common and oftentimes the result of being overweight, following a poor diet, and lack of exercise. For healthy adults, 30 minutes of moderate physical activity on a daily basis is recommended.
Working out with a partner has numerous benefits. You can both push your workouts further through healthy competition and positive motivations. There are also variations to exercises that require a partner, allowing you to mix it up and have fun. If your daddy needs extra motivation, just remind him that men are twice as likely as women to have a heart attack!
Check Him Out
During “sexy” time with daddy, take a few extra moments to really check him out. It’s recommended that men perform a testicular self-exam on a monthly basis, but there’s no reason why you can’t be the one who performs it. The Prevent Cancer Foundation’s Check Your Mate campaign provides information on how you can check your man for testicular cancer, and he can reciprocate by checking you for breast cancer.
Next time you’re in bed or the shower, consider spending a moment to cop a feel! If you detect any suspicious lumps, you should get them examined by a doctor immediately. Odds are you won’t detect anything, and the exercise was merely some bonus foreplay for you and daddy.