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Do you have prostate cancer? Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia? High PSA?

From Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia to Prostate Cancer, we are able to help inassessing, diagnosing and treating naturally any and all of your prostate concerns, come find out what you can do to make the most of your prostate health.    

An important area to consider in a man’s life is the health of his prostate. Nearly 60% of men over the age of 65 years old have some form of prostate cancer. What are you doing right now to reduce your risks.

ome factors to consider in prostate health is your diet, your habits of exercise, your genetics, and even your stress levels can play a major role. According to a 2019 publication by the World Journal of Oncology “it is possible to lower the risk by limiting high-fat foods, increasing the intake of vegetables and fruits and performing more exercise.” (Rawla,2019)

Let’s focus in on stress in particular.
Hard work and long hours often define a man’s workday. Stress is not uncommon to face and is often unaddressed. Stress is an ambiguous term to some but it breaks down into two simple categories.

1. Oxidative stress – physiological stress put on the body through reactive oxygen species (ROS), which are chemical substances involved in cell dammage, aging and inflammation. This form of stress occurs through poor diet, emotional stress, and physical illness.

2. Mental stress – no definition needed

If you struggle with either of these two or a combo of both as many man do, understand it will affect you and today I want you to consider your prostate. Most men before death encounter some form of prostate illness, don’t become another statistic and take active steps to keep your body in check.

No more excuses, no more waiting. See Dr. Sima’an today and get your health on track.

1. Carlson, L. E., Speca, M., Patel, K. D., & Goodey, E. (2003). Mindfulness-based stress reduction in relation to quality of life, mood, symptoms of stress, and immune parameters in breast and prostate cancer outpatients. Psychosomatic medicine, 65(4), 571-581.
2. Khandrika, L., Kumar, B., Koul, S., Maroni, P., & Koul, H. K. (2009). Oxidative stress in prostate cancer. Cancer letters, 282(2), 125-136.
3. Rawla, P. (2019). Epidemiology of Prostate Cancer. World journal of oncology, 10(2), 63.

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