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Six Top Tips for Maintaining Prostate Health

by Sue McKinney August 22, 2020 2 min read

Six Top Tips for Maintaining Prostate Health

It is a sad reality that most men over a certain age will encounter prostate problems, The bigger the size of your enlarged prostate doesn’t necessarily mean your symptoms will be worse. Sometimes very large prostates can cause only a slight irritation whereas a small increase can sometimes be very bothersome.

It is not all bad news though as there are several things one can do to maintain prostate health. Firstly you need to know if indeed there is a problem and get it checked out as soon as possible.

 How to spot  prostate Problems:

There are a few tell-tale signs to help you identify that perhaps something is not functioning as it should:

  • Change in urinary regularity
  • Difficulty in fully emptying your bladder 
  • A decrease of pressure in your urine stream
  • The need to strain while urinating 
  • An increase in nocturnal bathroom visits
  • Stop-start urination difficulties
  • Urgency incontinence

Not all urination problems mean you have an unhealthy prostate, but it is best to get these symptoms checked out straight away. The American Cancer Society recently reported that an astounding 190,000 patients are diagnosed with prostate cancer each year.

Having to make regular bathroom visits may not sound too severe at first, but just 24 hours of this can wear you down, let alone living with it day in day out. The disruption to your sleep can also have a negative impact on your daily functioning; this alone can cause serious problems to your long term mental and physical health.

Common sense tips for maintaining prostate health
As the old saying goes, prevention is better than cure, so here’s some tips which should help keep you on track:

  1.  Maintaining a healthy weight and exercising regularly is of course number one on the list.
  2. Fruit shakes are an easy and tasty way to get your daily dose of powerful antioxidants as well as vegetables such as broccoli and bok choy.
  3. Again, this may be obvious but try to stop smoking or at the very least cut right down. There is a plethora of support and clever devices available to help you break the habit.
  4. Family history is a great prevention tool; if your father’s suffered from prostate problems then get yourself checked out more regularly than most.
  5. Selenium-rich diets can also be a prevention tool; this can include tuna, seafood, shellfish, mushrooms, garlic and onions.
  6. Finally, a low-fat diet which is supplemented with some ground flaxseed has also been shown to reduce enlarged prostates.

A low-fat balanced diet combined with regular exercise will improve your health in all areas, not just the prostate. Maintaining your physical health also does wonders for your mental stability too. After all, a healthy body and mind is all one really needs to live a happy life.

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