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Tips for a Healthy Prostate

If you suffer from an aging prostate, you are probably sick and tired of the hassles — the getting up in the middle of the night and difficulty urinating. The discomfort of sitting, even in your favorite chair. And enjoying your love life? That may seem like a long-ago dream.

Plus, you may have tried other methods to deal with these nagging problems with no success…

So why does your prostate change with age?

Once you hit 40, your body secretes something call 5-alpha reductase. This enzyme starts to turn your normal testosterone into a rogue testosterone compound call DHT (dihydrotestosterone).

DHT rises as your regular testosterone level goes down and is thought to be one of the primary reasons that prostate size increases as we age.

Does an enlarged prostate have to be an inevitable part of aging?

If you suffer from prostate issues, you're not alone. In fact, more than half of the men ages 40-59 have issues associated with an aging prostate. And the percentage of men continues to grow to 80% of men over 80.

"For many men, an aging prostate is not just an annoyance, but a truly serious matter," says David Brownstein, M.D., one of the nation's foremost medical physicians who use predominantly natural strategies.

Yet Dr. Brownstein would argue that age-related prostate issues do NOT have to be a natural part of the aging process.

"What we need is something to block the 5-alpha reductase enzyme to curb DHT buildup. The second culprit for many prostate concerns is inflammation. Inflammation is the response of your body’s tissue to injury, releasing chemicals that result in fluid retention in and around your prostate."

What are Some Tips for a Healthy Prostate?

An enlarged prostate does NOT have to be an inevitable part of aging in men. Just because you are older does not mean that you have to have prostate problems.

Dr. Brownstein has released 5 holistic tips for reducing the effect an enlarged prostate has on your life.

Tip1: Eat a Healthy Diet

This includes a diet that is high in fresh fruits & vegetables and low in refined foods (such as refined sugar, salt, flour and oil).  Eating a healthier diet benefits the prostate by reducing the dietary cause of inflammation on your prostate gland.

Tip 2:  Maintain Proper Hydration

Drinking water is one of the basic tenants of maintaining a healthy lifestyle.  Water helps to flush out toxins in the prostate as well as the rest of the body.  The proper level of hydrations also increases the processing capability of the prostate.

Editor's Note: For a Limited Time, Dr. Brownstein is Sharing All of His Prostate Health Tips in His New Video. Go Here to View It Now.



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