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Challenges in Males 65 Years and Above


We tackled senior women’s health struggles in one of our previous articles. This time, let us talk about the challenges older men.

Men could be reluctant to go to the doctor’s clinic for check-ups and tests. They also tend to refuse caregiver care. However, this behavior is not helpful in health monitoring and slowing the progression of diseases.

When you are 65 and older, you must put the following health issues on your radar:

  • Heart diseases

    Senior men need to manage conditions like high blood pressure and high cholesterol to avoid developing heart disease in later years. If possible, have a loved one go under CPR training in Aurora, Colorado to aid you in case of heart attacks.

  • Mental conditions

    Maintaining sound mental health is essential as you age. It helps you fight depression and feelings of isolation which can negatively impact your overall health. Hiring a caregiver to provide companionship and homecare in Colorado may help lessen your loneliness.

  • Respiratory diseases

    Respiratory illnesses such as chronic bronchitis, asthma, and other infections may impair breathing and mobility.

  • Oral health problems

    Losing your teeth may affect your ability and appetite to eat, which may cause nutritional deficiencies. While gum diseases, like gingivitis and periodontitis, have been linked to infections and heart health problems.

  • Prostate Cancer

    Prostate cancer is one of the leading causes of death in male adults. And this is what you must focus on as you get older. 

Getting checked and prioritizing home health care may help identify your risks and possibly prevent these illnesses from coming across your path. And when there is a need for a companion to help you maintain your wellness, you can always count on Inspiration Home Health Care, LLC


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