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His prostate + Her menopause = Sleep problems?

by Sonia Chartier, on 19 February 2015, Men's Health, Menopause, Stress and sleep, Women's Health

Why would so many women benefit from getting their men Prostate 1 to reduce the symptoms of prostate enlargement?

Not just because they care for their men’s health and want them to be happier and healthier, but also because a healthier prostate gland for the husband means fewer night time trips to the loo and therefore less interruption of their own night’s sleep!

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Everyday household chores are good for the prostate!

by Sonia Chartier, on 11 November 2014, Men's Health

Studies prove it: Engaging in sports may reduce the risk of being affected by health problems such as the need to urinate frequently during the day and night.

Simple everyday chores, such as housework or gardening, can also be effective. This was discovered by the Department of Urologic Surgery, Vanderbilt University in Nashville. According to the study, the more active men are, the less they face major prostate problems.

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15 tips for a healthy prostate

by Sonia Chartier, on 11 November 2014, Men's Health
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Andropause? What’s that?
Andropause is the male version of menopause, except that, for men, the changes in their hormone balance happen more gradually and symptoms vary greatly from one person to the next.

Hormonal fluctuations, especially drops in testosterone levels, trigger prostate enlargement, a process that accelerates with age. Fortunately, there are several ways to preserve prostate health.

Discover our 15 tips for a healthy prostate.

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Enlarged Prostate – Can Food Effect It?

by Sonia Chartier, on 25 May 2014, Men's Health
Enlarged Prostate - can food effect it?

 “You have to eat anyway, so you might as well eat things that are good for your health in general and your prostate in particular.”


BPH is a benign (non-cancerous) swelling of the prostate, which obstructs the flow of urine from the bladder, creating uncomfortable symptoms such as incomplete emptying of the bladder (and the consequent feeling that you constantly need to go to the loo), a weak urine stream, and getting up several times a night for an unsatisfying pee.

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