Nobody pleased to be told or to be found old! The marks of the passage of time can be seen on the face and figure of women, while young men envy the physical strength and the ability to enjoy the pleasures of life. Importantly, as the time to leave little traces in concerning to health, because nobody wants to live long, but neither will, living a long life with a good health status is an ideal strategy. There are men who, due to genetic inheritance, are difficult to grow older as per physical changes, or mental impairments, while others at the age of 45-50 years look and behave like octogenarians.
All men are at the risk of prostate disease, but only some can develop problems of this gland as a result of genetic factors, age, race, hormonal status or diet. The prostate is a gland of the male reproductive system having a form of a walnut, located just below the bladder to support reproductive capacity, by secreting a fluid which sustains sperm motility and accelerates them. The prostate has two growth periods in the whole life of a man. The first is at puberty and the second between 20-30 years of age.
Prostate problems affect about 12% of men at some point in their lives. Painful and/or frequent urination, accompanied by the occurrence of back pain or pelvic pain are some signs that may indicate problems with the prostate. Among the specific manifestations of prostate disease include frequent urination, especially at night, difficulty in micturition, pain or burning sensation on urination, blood in urine, swelling of the bladder, swelling of the legs caused by obstruction of the lymphatic system, etc.
Men over 50 years have an increased risk of developing prostate disease, same as the men with a family history regarding prostate disease, and those who have an inadequate diet. Smoking, drinking alcohol, insufficient rest are just some of the factors that affect men’s health and prostate functions. Also, improper diet rich in animal fat and low in vitamins and minerals promotes the degradation of the health of men in general, contributing to the appearance of symptoms of prostate disease. Still, standing for a long time or exposure to cold can be mentioned as possible causes of symptoms of prostate.
Although all causes of prostate disease are not known yet, scientists believe that it could also include genetic and hormonal factors. Two other risk factors can be controlled: which are diet and physical inactivity. Prostate pathology can be alleviated with natural remedies. Ayurmed brand natural remedy PROSTATOSALM contains herb ingredients having many beneficial actions on the prostate, kidney and urinary system by removing the inconvenience of frequent and painful urination during the day and night. Herbs in the composition include: Vetiveria zizanioides, Cucurbita maxima, pumpkin, Juniperus communis, Bergenia ligulata, Piper cubeba.
PROSTATOSALM helps maintain a normal prostate volume, having diuretic, anti- lithic, antioxidant and antibacterial benefits. This natural dietary supplement can be administered curative and preventive to the men over 50 years of age considering the fact that the risk of prostate disease increases with the age.
If prostate disease is accompanied by an infection of the urogenital tract, then another natural remedy of Ayurmed brand URINOSALM can be associated. URINOSALM has strong antimicrobial with a broad range, mainly due to the herb called Kankola (Piper cubeba) along with anti-inflammatory, analgesic and diuretic benefits. Also, the natural dietary supplement URINOSALM is very effective in fighting kidney stones and stones which occur in urogenital tract.