Prostate massage is being used by men throughout the world to achieve better prostate health. Often the prostate is of little concern to men until they start having prostate issues which become increasingly common in men over 50.
Recent studies indicate that 65% of men over 55 have some form of prostate gland problem. For these men a prostate massage can be a viable and non-surgical method to improve overall prostate health.
In years past, a prostate massage was performed by your medical practitioner such as a medical doctor. As a prostate massage is relatively easy to perform, more and more men are performing a prostate massage in the comfort of their own home.
Prostate massage can help men with a variety of prostate gland problems and can be an effective treatment for chronic prostatitis and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). A prostate massage can help the excess amount of seminal fluid in men with a chronically inflamed prostate. While beneficial for some individuals, prostate massage is not advisable for men with acute prostatitis as a prostate massage may allow a prostate infection to spread to other parts of the body.
What’s the Prostate?
The prostate is a tiny gland found in men and is a critical part of their reproductive system. It is about the size
of a walnut and is located underneath the bladder and just in front of the rectum. Its function is to assist in the
manufacture and transport of semen.
Men can have prostate problems at any age. Lifestyle factors contribute to many problems of the prostate gland. A poor diet high in fat and lack of exercise almost guarantees future problems with the prostate. Certain foods such as tomatoes that contain lycopene and minerals such as zinc can help to reduce an enlarged prostate.
An enlarged prostate sometimes can lead to prostate cancer however this is not always the case. Medical professionals agree that a diet low in fat and high in antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables are very beneficial to prostate gland health for all men, regardless of age.
As well, exercise is highly beneficial including pelvic stretching and kegel exercises that help to bring oxygen-rich blood back to the pelvic region and the prostate gland area.
Who is at Least of Prostate Cancer
prostate problems later in life or increasing the frequency of prostate infections in men under 50 years old.
This theory revolves around the lack of blood flow to the prostate gland. Constant sitting restricts the blood flow to the prostate gland which can cause a host of potential prostate problems.
A recent study found that men that held career office jobs had a significantly greater percentage of prostate gland related problems later in life as well as increased prostate infections in their 30’s and 40’s.
build up of excess stagnated seminal fluid as well as bring increase blood flow to the male pelvic area.Prostate massaging has become increasingly popular in the last 50 years in North America and countries in
Europe. Specifically the last 10 years as more and more information has become accessible surrounding the prostate gland, men are finding that massaging the prostate gland can be a viable treatment for a variety of prostate problems.