Resistivity in men appears to be relatively lower than what it is in women. Men are more prone to common health hazards than women who have more resistivity. Is this difference of resitivity between men and women is true? What makes this difference in men and women?
I believe the resistivity is greater at younger ages for men. As men get
older we level off more so with women . One could determine testoserone
levels may be a variable. Common sense and wisdom also determines
better decision making.
Here is a quote from a good friend. According to Mr. AustinScott women have a more powerful immune system than men.
Forum: Men's Health
Topic: Resistivity in Men
Posted By: AustinScott
"When it comes to resistivity between men and women, I think, men may not have been dealt an equal hand. women have a more powerful immune system than men. In fact, the production of estrogen by females could have a beneficial effect on the innate inflammatory response against bacterial pathogens."
I think also that men receive more health
problems because as a youth the average male
is more prone to induce in activities that
will later affect his health, whereas females
are not as likely to act the same.