Herbs for prostate problems?

As an antioxidant, horseradish can be beneficial for male ailments, but a generous amount of vitamin D, cranberries and fiber is certainly even better.

Poor intestinal health, vitamin D deficiency, overweight, and lots of sitting are clearly linked to prostate problems, which often occur together with erectile dysfunctions.

In the pelvis, the large pudental ducts (nerve, vein, and artery) that handle the flow to the genitals press against the pubic bone, because of sitting pressure. If the currents weaken, the ailments appear and inevitably worsen at some point.

A preventive measure is to sit on a two-part saddle chair, to use very light and thin pants and otherwise limit continuous sitting. There are office chairs and accessories on the market that can be used even on the seats of cars and work machines.

After turning 50, a sensible man will begin to monitor his prostate health by measuring prostate size every 5 years with an ultrasound and taking a PSA (Prostate Specific Antigen) hormone test. Healthy values ​​are less than 12 g in size and hormone less than 1.

With a fundamental lifestyle change, it is possible to lower PSA and reduce the size of the prostate without medication. Prostate and erection problems become, at worst, things that destroy the quality of life, so they really need to be prevented and treated effectively.

In any case, it is worth learning to use herbs because of their many benefits. We have herbs that have strong positive side effects for various health problems, and as a preventative.