June is Men’s Health Month, and it’s time to shine a spotlight on the well-being of men everywhere. Did you know that there’s still work to be done to improve men’s health outcomes? Here are some eye-opening statistics:
7 out of 10 preventable opioid overdose deaths occur in men. Let’s raise awareness and support initiatives to combat this crisis together.
In 2021, men sadly died by suicide 3.90 times more often than women. It’s crucial that we prioritize mental health and create a supportive environment for everyone.
On average, men have a life expectancy that’s 5.1 years shorter than women. Let’s work towards closing this gap and ensuring everyone has the opportunity to live long, fulfilling lives.
This June, take charge of your well-being! Don’t forget to reach out to your healthcare provider and discuss your current treatment plans, risk reduction measures, and screenings. Together, we can make a positive impact on men’s health.