It can be frustrating and confusing to find out what really works for a man’s prostate health. In this article, I have summarized some of the main guidelines and recommendations you should know. And if you have found something that really worked for you, that you have verified by testing and observation, let me know. I wish I could share it with others.
First, read the following list of helpful tips related to improving prostate health and benign prostate enlargement.
1. Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are mainly related to an enlarged prostate. Candida and infections such as prostatitis are also linked. Candida is a common and insidious condition that you need to make sure you get rid of. On my website, I have a simple candida self-test.
2. Do pelvic exercises to increase circulation by intentionally contracting the pelvic muscles at least 100 times a day. Increase your awareness of the inner world of your pelvic area. Consider separately the buttocks, lower abdomen, scrotum, urethra and sphincter.
3. Use Prosperon to raise testosterone level naturally.
4. Drink lots of water every day to cleanse your system.
5. Switch to a diet low in animal protein and high in grains, or some variation of macrobiotics.
6. Keep your weight under control.
7. Keep a journal to track and recognize, as soon as possible, what works for you and what doesn’t. Think about your symptoms alone; Don’t just depend on your doctor!
8. Realize that hormones are hormones and vitamins are vitamins. When his PSA test results were too high, a friend decided to get cured by taking parasite treatment. He hasn’t done any harm, but your prostate is all about hormones and needs to be treated at this level.
You can’t put new oil in your car when you’re out of gas and then wonder why your engine isn’t working.
9. Show that you are much healthier and that your prostate and urethra are functioning well. Approach your body with love, as it is part of your temple where the soul resides. DO YOU ACCEPT.
Melatonin: An excellent study conducted at Tel Aviv University showed that melatonin receptors in
the prostate could suppress the enlarged prostate. The researchers found that an enlarged prostate is
due to the imbalance of estrogen and testosterone that occurs with advancing age. They also pointed this out
excess estrogen also interferes with the normal metabolism of melatonin (J. Clin. Endoc. Metab.
82 (1997) p. 2535-41).
So your advice is to take 1-3 mg. melatonin supplement every night. (Continue with this dose;
As with most drugs, more is not better.) Take ONLY in the dark of night, so as not to interfere with the natural production of melatonin before dawn. Also go to bed at ten to get a good night’s rest.