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Lifestyle and Prostate Health

Lifestyle and Prostate Health imageLifestyle has a significant impact on prostate health and can increase your risk of prostate cancer and other prostate disorders. The daily decisions you take as to what to eat, drink, smoke, medicate yourself with or indulge in insofar as illicit drugs can all add up to an unhealthy prostate. Even your workplace can contribute to an increased risk of prostate cancer if you are being exposed to toxins, additives in foods, environmental pollutants or pesticides in foods. Maintaining maximum wellness and immunity is about stacking the cards in your favor and making the best choices for a healthy lifestyle. For example:

Alcohol and Prostate Health

Studies have shown that men who drank two or more standard drinks per day had about a 20 percent greater chance of developing prostate cancer. Read more about how alcohol affects prostate health

Smoking and Prostate Cancer

A study reported in the Journal of Urology found that among younger men (55 or younger) who had prostate cancer, those who were current or former smokers were more likely to have their cancer spread outside the prostate.  Read more about smoking and prostate cancer

Your Prostate and Sleep

Lack of sufficient sleep weakens the immune system, opening the door to an untold number of health problems, which can include prostate conditions. Read more about your prostate is affected by sleep

Other Medications

Some medications can actually cause or contribute to urinary tract and prostate problems. Read more about how some medications affect prostate health

Emotional Peace and Stress Reduction

A large part of maintaining wellness and immunity has to do having emotional peace. Many studies have shown the impact on anger and other emotions on immunity and disease progression, particularly cancer. Having long standing feelings of hopelessness and despair can also fuel prostate disease and other chronic disease. Read more about stress and prostate health

Prostate Health, Marijuana, Cocaine and Heroin

Marijuana, cocaine, heroin and methamphetamines have in various forms been linked to testicular cancer, loss of sex drive and erectile dysfunction. Read more about how prostate health is affected by marijuana, cocaine and heroin

Created: September 17, 2010

Site last updated 24 October, 2016



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