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7 Enjoyable Ways to Prevent Prostate Cancer

The subject of cancer prevention is hardly one full of laughs, but you may be surprised at how enjoyable these prevention methods for prostate cancer can be.
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The prospect of prostate cancer is hardly something that the average man wants to think about. No man wants to envision the prospect of having an enlarged prostate, urination trouble, sexual dysfunction, or deadly cancer.

Many men would rather gladly live their lives in total ignorance until prostate cancer literally hits them where it hurts. However, ignoring the problem is hardly the best way to remain healthy.

Most health professionals offer standard, unexciting treatments for men’s health issues. Eat better, exercise more, and don’t smoke or drink are all common answers to men’s health problems, but many men simply don’t want to give up their favorite snack or beverage in hopes of staving off prostate cancer.

Although traditional approaches are quite effective, you don’t have to suffer while building a healthier body. You may not believe it, but preventing prostate cancer may be the most fun you’ve ever had fighting off a potentially deadly disease.

The following 7 fun treatment options will help prevent prostate cancer and BPH- Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia- the non-deadly (but still highly annoying) form of prostate enlargement:

Eat More Cereal

A lot of men are nostalgic for childhood days of munching on cereal all day long while watching television. Although you probably can no longer spend all day in front of the television, eating more cereal may help you reduce your risk of prostate cancer.

Can eating cereal more often really help you fight prostate cancer? Depending on the kind, the answer is yes. The best cereal to add to your day is a mixture of flaxseed-containing cereal and soy milk. Flaxseeds contain certain ingredients that can reduce the number of prostate-specific antigens (PSAs) in the prostate. PSAs are present in all men, but are usually higher in men with enlarged prostates or prostate cancer. Elevated PSA levels could indicate potential or existing prostate problems.

Soy isoflavones (present in soy milk) are linked to better prostate health. Studies have shown that men with high levels of soy in their diets usually have fewer prostate problems (possibly to the reduction of DHT and PSAs in the prostate). If you don’t like the idea of eating soy and flax cereal, you can get these ingredients in other ways. Both soy isoflavones and flax can be taken in supplement form or added to morning smoothies. Other natural foods containing isoflavones include kidney beans, lentils, peanuts, and chickpeas.

Climb a Mountain

Climbing a mountain is a heart-pounding feat of endurance and skill. Mountain climbing, however, is no walk in the park, which is one reason why it is so beneficial in fighting off prostate cancer. Extreme exercise like mountain climbing is able to improve circulation, increase energy, and boost the immune system. Studies show that exercise is linked to a reduction in multiple types of cancer (and specifically, the prostate).

If the exercise is fun and challenging, you’ll be all the more likely to stick with it. According to studies, the more vigorous the exercise, the better.

Eat Spicy Food

Eating spicy foods is already considered tough and manly, but now, research backs the commonly-held belief. It turns out, a heavy dose of garlic, onions, ginger, oregano, and rosemary can help reduce your risk of getting prostate cancer.

In fact, eating these herbs and spices showed a retardation of prostate cancer cell growth by 78 percent in lab settings. This indicates that these spicy herbs can provide a whopping benefit in the fight against prostate cancer.

So, the next time you’re manning the grill, load up on these prostate-healing herbs and spices. Another helping of garlic? Why not? Just make sure to pack breath mints if you expect to hang out with the ladies after your meal.

Drink More Wine

Your doctor has probably told you that drinking alcohol is bad for you, but it turns out, the kind of alcohol you drink matters. Red wine is extremely beneficial for the prostate when consumed in moderate amounts. Red grapes contain a variety of antioxidants that fight free radicals and cancer throughout the body. The antioxidant resveratrol, found in red wine, is particularly helpful in blocking the spread of prostate cancer.

Studies from the University of Texas shows that drinking one to two glasses of red wine per day can significantly reduce your risk of getting prostate cancer, or spreading it if you already have it. So, drink your wine without guilt- just as long as you don’t binge drink like an 18-year-old freshman at his first college party.

Hit the Beach

The beach is a mythical place filled with beautiful sights and smells from ocean waves, to beautiful women, to delicious barbeque. As if you needed another reason to go to the beach on the weekends- visiting the outdoor coast can help reduce your risk for prostate cancer. According to studies, vitamin D (easily produced by simply soaking up sunlight) can reduce your risk of getting prostate cancer. In lab studies, vitamin D was able to inhibit the growth of cancer cells.

If you can’t make it to the beach regularly, or are stuck in the office most days, you can supplement vitamin D by eating cod liver oil, tuna, salmon, and grass fed dairy products. You can also find vitamin D supplements sold in most health food stores and grocery stores.

If you do choose to go to the beach to better your health, don’t mention that to your friends. The mocking will never end if you declare you want to visit the beach for prostate healing.

Sleep More

If you’re like most men, you probably suffer from chronic sleep deprivation. Numerous studies have pointed to lack of sleep leading to some serious health concerns, like diabetes, heart disease, and even cancer. According to the American Association for Cancer Research, men who have sleep troubles are more likely to suffer from prostate cancer and other prostate issues.

A study conducted by the University of Iceland in 2013 looked at over 2,000 men with varying sleep habits. Each man took a survey about his sleep habits. About 15 percent of the men reported severe to very severe sleep problems. None of these men had prostate cancer at the start of the survey. The researchers followed the men for five years. At the end of that period, 6.4 percent of the poor sleepers were diagnosed with prostate cancer. The researchers concluded that men with sleeping problems had up to 3 times greater risk for developing prostate cancer.

An enlarged prostate is often a sleep disruptor. Many men with enlarged prostates must wake multiple times a night to urinate. This makes healthy sleep nearly impossible. If you have trouble sleeping at night, supplementing with saw palmetto can help control sleeplessness caused by BPH.

According to studies, including a 2005 study from University Clinics of Brussels, supplementing with saw palmetto is able to decrease nocturia, improve urinary flow, and reduce residual urine volume in men with BPH without harming sexual function. You may also find it easier to sleep more and longer by employing the following methods:

Sleep-Inducing Methods
  • Follow a sleep routine
  • Remove electronics from the bedroom
  • Engage in relaxing activities before bed
  • De-stress with exercise
  • Remove sources of blue light in the bedroom

Have More Sex

In what just might be the most fun way to cure prostate cancer of all, studies show that sex is an effective preventative treatment for prostate trouble.

A study conducted by Australian researchers in 2003 uncovered a link between how often a man ejaculates and his risk of developing prostate cancer later in life. The researchers questioned over 2000 men about their sexual habits. 1000 men had prostate cancer, while 1,200 did not. The researchers found that men who ejaculated 5 times a week were about 30 percent less likely to develop prostate cancer later in life. The researchers also found that the greatest benefit in preventing prostate cancer occurred when a man was in his 20s.

According to the researchers, the reason ejaculation can reduce cancer risk is because it reduces the amount of carcinogens held in the prostate gland. Ejaculation is effectively a toxin flushing system that helps heal and protect the prostate gland. A similar protective effect against breast cancer occurs in women who breastfeed.

However, if you choose to use this method of healing the prostate, always protect against sexually transmitted diseases with the use of a condom. According to past studies, a multitude of sexual partners or a sexually transmitted disease can increase your risk of developing prostate cancer by 40 percent. And if there is no willing woman nearby, you can always help yourself for the same healing benefits.

Living Life to the Fullest Without Prostate Damage

A man’s prostate health is an important part of his overall well being. Prostate trouble can interfere with a variety of life’s functions, including sexual health, sleep, and everyday life. By using these enjoyable methods to heal the prostate, you won’t have to worry about suffering from prostate issues as you age. Employ these tricks throughout life and you will likely never suffer from prostate problems. Using these treatment methods can also help restore normal healthy function to already-enlarged prostate glands. Luckily, these treatment methods are all quite easy and enjoyable to implement in your daily life.





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