Today, November 19, we commemorate International Men’s Day to promote men’s health and recognise the socioeconomic, cultural, and political accomplishments of men. The day also encourages men to become excellent role models by celebrating the positive contributions they make to society. This day aims to enhance gender relations by bringing attention to the contributions that men make to society, as well as to men’s health and well-being.
Men’s Day is celebrated in order to promote positive manhood. Moreover, it highlights the difficulties that men encounter and the good contributions that men make to society. On this day, a number of campaigns, seminars, and other events are planned to raise awareness of men’s health.
Men frequently overlook the importance of practising self-care, or taking care of their health and well-being, while caring for every member of the family and carrying out numerous duties and obligations. Because men have historically perceived self-care as fancy and “too feminine,” they may not even know where to start, and as a result, they may feel that they are less important than women and so don’t take care of themselves as much. However, men, you too require occasional pampering. Men must also take care of their physical, mental, and emotional health, just like women do.