Men’s Health Awareness Month November 2021

Preview to the topic:

Men’s Health is important, just as important as women’s. This is even more so the case as some conditions affect Men more than Women. Another reason why it is important is that just like grief, men’s health can also be deemed taboo. Men often do not find it easy to talk about matters of health the same as women do….

Please see Men’s Health Awareness Month November 2021 which covers:

  1. Introduction
  2. Illustrative examples/Quotes: Men’s Health Awareness Month November 2021
  3. Men’s Health Awareness Month November 2021
  4. Movember 2021 – Men’s Health Awareness Month
  5. Our Final Thoughts/Our YouTube Video

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1. Introduction

Men’s Health is important, just as important as women’s. This is even more so the case as some conditions affect Men more than Women. Another reason why it is important is that just like grief, men’s health can also be deemed taboo. Men often do not find it easy to talk about matters of health the same as women do.

For my sister and I from the moment we became aware Men’s Health had an awareness month, we felt passionate about doing a topic on it. Our Dad was hospitalised in September 2016 (We also have topics on Misunderstood and Grief Men and Grief, Men’s Health Week: 15th – 21st June 2020, Men’s Health Week: 14th – 20th June 2021)

He had been diagnosed with Infective Endocarditis, unfortunately, the bacteria went into his eyes meaning that he lost his sight. He became bed-bound, he suffered various infections from the original diagnosis, one of the things he suffered from fairly frequently was delirium (we have topics on Infective Endocarditis, Infective Endocarditis and Blindness, Delirium and Delirium Awareness).

As a family we hadn’t heard of any of these conditions, it was extremely difficult times, but one of the main things we always had on our mind, and what we very often told the hospital staff, our Dad’s state of mind is so important, and if this is not acknowledged he would give up. We have no idea what it was like for him to endure everything he did during the time he was in the hospital. And our Dad wasn’t a person that would complain, he was an independent man, a kind caring considerate man. This is why it was more than heart-breaking knowing our Dad was going through this.

In a journey of sharing our journey, this is something that is very important, and we hope that it will help in spreading further awareness of the importance of Men’s Mental Health.

Please see Men’s Health Awareness Month November 2021:

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2. Illustrative examples/Quotes: Men’s Health Awareness Month November 2021

 

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3. Men’s Health Awareness Month November 2021

3.1 Men’s Health – Movember

“Men’s Health · 1. Spend time with people who make you feel good. Stay connected. · 2. Talk, more. You don’t need to be an expert and you don’t have to be the sole”…

3.2 Is November Men’s health Month?

“The month of November, also known as “Movember,” is all about men’s health awareness. It brings attention to prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention. (WXYZ) — The month of November, also known as “Movember,” is all about men’s health awareness”.

3.3 What is men’s mental health month?

In November, we focus on men’s mental health. This is a campaign for anyone who identifies as male or a man and whose mental health may be impacted by pressures associated with this”.

3.4 Black Men’s Health UK

Mental Health. Black people in the UK are more likely than white people to be diagnosed with mental health problems and to be sectioned. Read More”…

3.5 Against the odds: putting young black men’s wellbeing first

“exploring the experiences of African Caribbean men of mental health services in the UK, our new report” …

3.6 Working with young Black Men – Mind

“Evidence shows that Black men are far more likely than others to be diagnosed with severe mental health problems and are also far more likely to be”…

3.7 Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) communities – Mental Health Foundation

(30 Sept 2021) — “Are rates of mental ill health different for people from a BAME background? · Black men are more likely to have experienced a psychotic disorder”…

3.8 Black Men’s Health UK  (@BlackMenHealth) | Twitter

Black men in the UK often face unfair and avoidable differences in health compared to other … Black British men are at increased risk of mental illness”, …

3.9 Our work helping Young Black Men with mental health issues

“New service launched for YOUNG BLACK MEN, their mental health and emotional wellbeing · Coventry and Warwickshire Mind in partnership with Tamarind Centre have”…

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4. Movember 2021 – Men’s Health Awareness Month

4.1 Movember 2021 – Men’s Health Awareness Month

“Movember 2021Men’s Health Awareness Month · November 1 – November 29 · Related Events · Halloween 2021 · National Bug Busting Day 2021 · National Authors Day 2021”.

4.2 is November Men’s Health Awareness?

November is Men’s Health Awareness Month and the Movember Foundation uses the month to bring awareness to and support of those tackling prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health, and suicide”.

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5. Our Final Thoughts/Our YouTube Video

We hope this topic might be of use to those who read it.

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