Prostate imbalances are common in men over 40; inflammation and cancer of this organ are reportedly on the rise as "baby boomers" move into their 40s and 50s. The decline of the sexual hormone testosterone is one important risk factor, as well as the consumption sugar and red meat. Inactivity and sitting can lead to stagnation of blood and vital energy to the pelvis and prostate gland, increasing the risk of disease.
Treatment Plan for Prostate imbalances
Herbs for the prostate gland include tonics, anti-inflammatories, circulatory stimulants, immune stimulants, and hormone tonics.
Herbal Remedies for Prostate imbalances
Related Prostate imbalances conditions
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