If you have just been diagnosed as having prostate problems, your GP may have given you a selection of treatment alternatives. But what to pick and how?
It occurs when cells in the prostate, a gland found under the bladder that’s necessary for correct sexual function in men, becomes cancerous thanks to a flux in testosterone. Most cases don’t happen until after 50 years old, but in recent times the proportion of men in their 30’s and 40’s diagnosed as having this disease and other prostate Problems has been steadily rising.
traditional treatments include surgery to remove the prostate gland or radiotherapy. These are aggressive options and complications including impotence and urinary incontinence can come from surgery, and the risk of secondary cancers is a concern since science already knows radiation exposure causes cancer.
The PSA blood test is another area of puzzlement. The PSA test can be false and elevated PSA levels may also be due to benign prostate enlargement, soreness, infection, age and race.
The leftover 75% are reported negative. But the alarming fact is that one-third of the boys who originally had prostate tissue biopsies that reported negative really do have prostate cancer but it was missed by the biopsy. There’s also concern biopsies can spread cancer.
prostate cancer is usually slow growing and is very much an illness that can be managed…if you make the suitable lifestyle changes. Early detection is important and there are natural and nutritive agents that will help you to stop and treat this disease.
2. These are natural lycopene foods, as are raspberries and watermelon, which contain compounds that can fight cancer. 3. Keep your insulin levels below 3 as high insulin levels drive and promote cancer.
Free radical damage from oxidative stress acquired through aging or exposure to cancer-causing substances is related to a rise in a man’s risk for prostate problems. Taking certain antioxidants, such as vitamin E, selenium and lycopene are thought to lower this risk.
5. We all know that our diets are closely linked to the formation of cancer, and yet many of us continue to eat poorly. One reason a diet loaded in fresh fruit and vegetables is cancer-preventative is due to its rich glyconutrient and phytochemical content. Studies in numerous systematic books, including’Molecular Urology’, have shown that glyconutrients not only retarded human prostate trouble cell expansion, but also encouraged their eradication. It’s also believed that glyconutritional reinforcement may augment the effects of chemotherapy.
6. Eventually, make sure that you constantly expel seminal fluid from your prostate gland with prostate milking, a. K. A prostate massage. Especially helpful for men who don’t experience regular ejaculation.
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