Neanderthals did not have to worry about paying Health Insurance Quotes. Perhaps if they had an option they may have survived as a species. Neanderthals are an extinct subspecies of human who lived in Europe and the Mediterranean Sea from about 10,000 to 30,000 years ago. Their lives were short and difficult and only about 10% of Neanderthals lived beyond the age of 35. Men today have an average life span of 73.
Neanderthals were cave dwellers and had very large teeth; some anthropologists believe they were cannibals. There are many theories as to what happened to the Neanderthals. Many believed they inner bred with Cro-Magnon man and some think they just became extinct. Whatever happened I know one thing for sure. They did not have access to medical care. Men today have so many ways of staying healthy and yet so many of our male brothers fail to take advantage of the benefits of modern day health plans. Single men most of the time will buy a High Deductible Health Plan and not even av ail themselves of well care visits at no charge. Usually when I am filling out an application for a family the Mom and children have all had check-ups. But, not Dad.
Kaiser Permanente has compiled a list of symptoms that men should never ignore. They are:
- Blood in the urine Blood in the urine may make the urine look red, brown or pink. It may be serious and should always be checked by a doctor.
- Chest Pain Chest discomfort or pain is a key warning symptom of a heart attack.
- Depression it is a real illness; it is treatable; and men can have it.
- Erection problems May be caused by physical problems, such as injury to nerves or loss of blood supply to the penis.
- Leg swelling can be caused by collection of body fluid, tissue growth, or abnormal movement or position of tissue.
- Shortness of breath can be a symptom of a serious problem, such as asthma, lung disease, emphysema, heart problems, and pneumonia.
- Skin changes can be caused by autoimmune diseases, Lyme disease; bacteria skin infections, viral infections, and liver problems.
- Unintended weight loss. Several medical conditions can cause abnormal weight loss. Problems with an overactive thyroid gland, long-term infections, mouth or throat problems that make it hard to eat, digestive problems and depression.
- Urination problems. In men, difficulty urinating or the inability to urinate is often caused by prostate enlargement.