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Realifessence is the region's leading provider of comprehensive healthcare services and the largest recruiter in alternative health. We believe that the quality of our services relies upon the quality of the individuals who make up our organizations and provide those services. In return, we provide outstanding career opportunities with competitive incentives and benefits packages. Realifessence seeks professional, caring persons to support our commitment to providing exceptional healthcare services to our community and you can join our award-winning team.

With today’s farming methods depleting the natural mineral content of our lands, we can no longer rely on our foods to completely provide us with the essential vitamins and minerals that our bodies need. We source for nutritional products are made from the finest ingredients, grown from the best sources and produced with the most advanced technology. Each product retains its original nutritional value, encouraging both good health and peace of mind. Because we only want the best for our highly esteemed customers, we provide only the best. Good health starts with good nutrition. 

In addition, several independent organizations that offer quality testing and allow products that pass these tests to display their seals of approval have approved of all the products recommended here in. These seals of approval provide assurance that the product was properly manufactured, contains the ingredients listed on the label, and does not contain harmful levels of contaminants. 

As you get older, you may worry about prostate cancer or a chronic health condition. With each stage of life, there are health risks and conditions to contend with.

Even if you’re in perfect health, you still need these checkups and screenings:

  • Regular checkups - This is also a good time to get advice from your doctor about your diet, exercise and other steps to take. If you’re over 18, you should have a routine physical every one to five years, depending on your health risks.
  • Cholesterol and blood pressure tests - Maintaining healthy cholesterol levels and blood pressure can help prevent other health problems, including cardiac disease, heart attacks and strokes.
  • Colorectal cancer exam - An internal exam of your colon is important in detecting early colorectal cancer. Tests may include a colonoscopy, fecal occult blood testing or double contrast barium enema. Check with your doctor to see which test is right for you.
  • Prostate cancer screening- The American Cancer Society recommends that doctors offer prostate cancer screening to most men beginning at age 50. Prostate screening includes both a PSA test and digital rectal exam.
  • Diabetes testing - If you’re age 45 or older and at risk for type 2 diabetes, have your blood sugar measured every one to two years. Risk factors for type 2 diabetes include being overweight, being inactive and having a family history of diabetes. Also, if you have high blood pressure or high cholesterol, it’s important to be tested for diabetes, since diabetes significantly increases your already higher risk of heart attack.

Men are more likely to ignore symptoms and hope they go away. By the time they see a doctor, symptoms may be severe or harder to manage.

Women live 5.2 years longer on average than men. Men can learn from women that getting recommended screenings and checkups can lead to a longer, healthier life. Early detection and treatment can prevent serious illnesses such as stroke or heart attack. And detecting a tumor early can make the difference in whether cancer is treatable.

According to the Centers for Disease Control, the leading causes of death for men in the

United States are:

  • Heart     disease
  • Cancer
  • Stroke
  • Accidents
  • Lung      disease (including emphysema and chronic bronchitis)

You can reduce your risk for four of these (heart disease, cancer, stroke, lung disease) by making these lifestyle changes:

  • Quit       smoking.
  • Control your blood pressure and blood cholesterol.
  • Get active.
  • Lose excess weight.
  • Reduce stress.

Reduce prostate cancer risk

A few simple changes can make a big difference in lowering prostate cancer risk:

  • Eat lots of fruits                and vegetables high in lycopene, such as pink grapefruit, cooked tomatoes, guavas and papayas.
  • Reduce the fat in your diet. A high-fat diet has been linked to a greater risk of prostate cancer.
  • Exercise regularly. Studies have suggested that men who exercise regularly are at lower risk for prostate cancer.

A man might not openly cry or talk about feeling down. But he can still be depressed. Depression is common in men, but can go undiagnosed because men may discount the seriousness of their symptoms or not recognize them as signs of depression. If you’re feeling detached and alone… if work or hobbies don’t interest you… if you have trouble sleeping or feel tired frequently, talk to a doctor.

Behavioral health services are available to members 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling the number on the back of your ID card. No referral is necessary. A behavioral health specialist can answer your questions or refer you for individual help.