Fun is Fundamental for Men’s Health, says Dr. David Samadi

Men should prioritize self-care by having free time and fun

Gaming is for everyone, men and women, regardless of age

Having fun is just as important to men’s health as pumping iron or eating vegetables.

– dr David Samadi

NEW YORK CITY, NY, UNITED STATES, June 27, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — June is Men’s Health Month, and urologist/oncologist and men’s health expert, Dr. David Samadi, has a message for men: make time for fun in your life. dr Samadi, the author of The Ultimate MANual, knows all about the serious aspects of men’s health but reminds men to have fun in their lives. Having fun is just as important as pumping iron or eating veggies. In fact, Plato, a Greek philosopher, absolutely advocated fun when he said, “Life must be lived as a game.” Or as playwright George Bernard Shaw succinctly put it, “We don’t stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing.”

“I always tell guys that having fun is a prerequisite for feeling energetic and youthful,” said Dr. Samadi. He added that “having fun is a prerequisite for good health.” dr Samadi also wants men to know that it helps reduce stress, take life a little less seriously, create stronger bonds with others, and improve memory and focus. All the good news men should know.

Men who only work and do not play have a higher risk of getting sick. A stressful, fear-fueled life with little downtime will quickly drain men’s ambition, dreams, and desire for success. It can also destroy the self-discipline to adopt good health habits. dr Samadi knows that chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure or even prostate cancer can limit men’s zest for life. For example, the act of sexual intimacy helps men prioritize self-care over having fun. But when erectile dysfunction kills that part of the fun in a man’s life, Dr. help Samadi.

So how can men bring fun into their lives? dr Samadi’s answer is: “It is up to each man to make that decision. Men who have put “having fun” on hold for a while and are reassessing their values ​​of what makes life worth living may need to ask again.”

dr Samadi wants men to think creatively about having fun every day. Fun reminds men of the joys and pleasures in life as it protects both physical and mental health over the long term.

Here are suggestions from Dr. Samadi that involve exercise and relaxation for men while having fun:

• Visit a zoo
• Play top golf or mini golf
• Go bowling with family or friends
• Hike a new nature trail
• Treat yourself to a day of swimming
• Play paddleball, badminton or tennis
• Play soccer with your children in the garden
• Visit a museum
• Go for a walk or jog on the beach or sand dunes
• Walking in the forest
• Fly a kite
• Go kayaking or paddling
• Try a new workout routine like boxing or battle ropes
• Take a dance class

More inspirational ideas to make life more fun:

• Play board games with the family
• Buy groceries at a farmer’s market
• Take a community college course
• Garden
• View a sunrise or sunset weekly
• Master a new skill
• Try a new restaurant
• Take cooking classes
• Take a day trip to a new place once a month
• Watch a movie or go to the theater
• To go fishing
• Have a game night
• Read a book
• Visit a botanical garden
• Visit a car show
• Attend a teaching lecture
• Make time for hobbies
• Maintain a sense of humor

dr David Samadi is the Director of Men’s Health and Urological Oncology at St. Francis Hospital in Long Island. He is a renowned and highly successful board-certified urological oncologist and robotic surgeon in New York City, recognized as one of the premier prostate surgeons in the United States, with extensive experience in the treatment of prostate cancer and robotic laparoscopic prostatectomy. dr Samadi is a Medical Associate at NewsMax TV and is also the author of The Ultimate MANual, Dr. Samadi’s Guide to Men’s Health and Wellness, available online at both Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Visit the websites of Dr. Samadi at Robotic Oncology and Prostate Cancer 911.

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