The prostate is a male-only, a walnut-sized organ that plays an important role in healthy sexual function. It can become enlarged (prostatic hyperplasia) and inflamed (prostatitis), both of which can impede urination and cause erectile dysfunction. Men over 40 are at a greater risk for an enlarged prostate due to age-related changes in sex hormones, and prostate cancer is the number one cancer affecting men. Protecting the prostate should be an essential health goal for men of all ages, and there are a number of complementary and alternative therapies for prostatitis, benign prostatic hyperplasia, and prostate cancer.
Prostate cancer. Prostate cancer is the number one cancer affecting men. Complementary prostate cancer therapies include:
Promoting prostate protection – and promoting good health in general – begins with living a healthy lifestyle. Regular physical activity, a diet high in fruits and vegetables and low in trans fats and processed foods, stress management, limited alcohol consumption, and a healthy body fat percentage can all help prevent prostate-related diseases. After the age of 40, annual prostate exams and prostate-specific antigen (PSA) testing are recommended to help catch any minor prostate related issues before they become major health problems.
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