- About 180,890 new cases of prostate cancer
- About 26,120 deaths from prostate cancer
And did you know that other than skin cancer, prostate cancer is the most common cancer in American men? It is estimated 1 in 7 men will be diagnosed with Prostate Cancer during his lifetime…
Prostate problems are affecting men at younger and younger ages. Unfortunately, today these disorders are now being suffered by men beginning after about age 35. And some of the easiest ways to prevent prostate problems are by exercising regularly and avoiding chemical antihistamines which impair prostate function and impair the liver with overuse.
So, Gentlemen, if these disorders begin at such a young age, how old do you think you will be by the time 50% of you have an enlarged prostate? Between ages 51 and 60. And by age 80, well over 90% will have an enlarged prostate. Of course, once again, this can be prevented.
What are the main causes of prostate enlargement?
- A diet with too little fiber
- A high fat diet
- Too much caffeine
- Too much alcohol
- Imbalanced hormones such as altered testosterone levels and elevated estrogen levels due to prostaglandin and essential fatty acid depletion
- Lack of exercise
- An overloaded and exhausted lymphatic system, usually due to overuse of medications
When the prostate is inflamed, enlarged, sexual intercourse is not recommended since it will irritate the prostate further and delay recovery. Delay sexual intercourse until the inflammation is alleviated.
And what if you are thinking about, or have had a Vasectomy? Studies have shown that a man must think through his decision before having a vasectomy. There is a larger risk of cancer of the prostate in vasectomized men. Why, do you ask? Sperm builds up due to the sealed off vas deferens. With this build up, the body reabsorbs the sperm and the body is prone to having an autoimmune response to its own tissue. Since the testicles are known as a very powerful energy focal point in a man’s life force, when something interferes with the free flowing movement of sperm, this means energy is blocked and not flowing as it should either. Eventually this results in degeneration. Stagnation, if you will.
Think twice before performing this procedure. You will be preventing disease and a number of other undesirable side effects, and, your body will love you for it and will perform better sexually.
The liver is also affected from a vasectomy by causing blockage that leads to built up anger and irritability, the emotion related to an ill liver, and also leads to an inflamed prostate, abdominal pain, and sciatica or leg cramps.
Return to an active vibrant sex life with vitality, vigor and health…
Be well and be healthy, Gentlemen!