Regular exercise not only keeps your body looking great, but it also helps to balance the hormonal levels within the body as well as many other chemicals. Research shows that men who participate in physical exercise reduce their risk of an enlarged prostate by 40%! All it takes is 90 minutes of rigorous exercise and you’re on your way to keeping your prostate healthy.
Eat clean and healthy.
It is amazing what a little change in your diet can do for your overall health! Eating lean protein with every meal and cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower or cabbage at least five times a week will help keep the prostate healthy, as well as incorporating snacks that contain zinc and magnesium (these chemicals are needed to create the prostatic fluid that makes up the majority of seminal fluid).
Use healthy prostate supplements.
There are quite a few natural supplements on the market that help maintain prostate health and help regulate its growth. Do your research and talk to your doctor about your options before making a decision.
See your doctor regularly.
Ok I understand. Most men aren’t the greatest at keeping up with doctor visits as women are, but get over the fear of pain and make sure you see your regular physician often. Everything within your body may feel fine, but it is imperative that you seek out a professional opinion when it comes to the inner workings of your body. Taking the time to go through less than two minutes of discomfort can detect an issue early on and possibly save your life.
Research has shown that men who have frequent ejaculations lowered their risk of prostate cancer by 33%. Now this should be a piece of advice every man can follow! If you don’t have a regular partner or a girlfriend/wife that can help you reach the ejaculatory state, then make it a do-it-yourself project. Self pleasuring is a good way to relieve stress quickly and an amazing way to give your prostate a workout to remain healthy!
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