Natural remedies and diet for prostate dysfunction

Natural remedies and diet for prostate dysfunction

The prostate is a condition of a small gland in men that help makes semen, located just below the bladder in front of the rectum. It wraps around the tube that carries the urine and semen's ejaculate out of the body it tends to grow larger as you grow older. If your prostate gets enlarged it can cause several health issues like in continuous condition and men to have the urge to passing the urine many times because of the large gland making it difficult to empty the bladder.

Supplements such as, saw palmetto, zinc, linseed oil and nettle, all can help with this condition. A person who suffers large prostate should avoid certain food, like acidic food alcohol and red meat. They should eat more bean sprouts, sunflower seed pumpkin seed hemp seed fish.

The proliferation of prostate gland cells is triggered by the hormone dihydrotestosterone.

The DHT in adulthood then benign prostate hyperplasia (BPH).

this condition increases the risk of a reduction in the body's testosterone levels and an increase in female hormones such as oestrogens and prolactin.

Zinc reduces prolactin levels. After the age of 40 the prostate gland naturally starts to enlarge, this is known as benign hyperplasia. The exact cause is unknown but it is thought to enlarge to absorb more testosterone hormones as levels start to fall in later life. The prostate gland is wrapped around the male urethra the tube through which urine flows to the outside world as it enlarges, therefore, causes a problem such as a week urinary stream, difficulty starting to pass water and stopping in mid-flow passing water more often especially at night. A feeling of not having emptied the bladder fully dribbling.

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