It is recommended to reduce the risk of side effects, malnutrition, increased oxidative stress, increased oxidative stress, advanced prostate dysfunction with aging, prostate adenocarcinoma, and related erectile problems.
The prostate (thymus) in an adult male is approx. A sweet chestnut-sized organ weighing 20 g. The size of the prostate gradually increases with age.
Benign prostatic hyperplasia is one of the most common diseases in older men, mostly occurring in people over 45 years of age. Its frequency increases with age, and in men around the age of 80 it can reach 80%. Adult men are approx. 50% experience prostatitis at least once in their lifetime. Symptoms of prostatitis: lower abdominal, dorsal, lumbar pain, urinary complaints. A more serious problem is the issue of prostate cancer.
The third most common cause of cancer death in men is prostate cancer, although it can be treated well with early detection. To do this, however, we need to go for regular checkups, because prostate cancer is almost completely asymptomatic in the early stages of the disease. Symptoms of prostate cancer include an increase in the weight of the prostate, urinary complaints due to compression of the urethra (frequent urination, nocturnal urination, urinary retention), symptoms of invasion of the tumor into the urethra or bladder (bleeding from the environment), bleeding, may cause blunt obstruction, sacral, lumbar pain, congestion, dilation of the upper urinary tract, symptoms of distant metastases of prostate cancer (may cause pain or unexpected bone fractures, mainly affecting the bones).
To prevent problems and continue to maintain the health of our prostate, we need to refrain from fatty foods, cold and alcoholic beverages, avoid stress, consume lots of vegetables, tomatoes, pomegranates, fruits, turmeric, vitamin E, selenium and zinc.
Department of Urology, Affiliated Sixth People’s Hosptial, Shanghai Jiaotong University, Shanghai, China.
Curcumin has chemopreventive properties in several cancers, but the molecular mechanisms by which it induces apoptosis in cancer cells and inhibits cancer cell proliferation, i.e., proliferation, are not clearly elucidated. Research on a prostate cancer cell line on the effect of curcumin in the cell cycle has concluded that curcumin is a promising agent for the treatment of both androgen-dependent and androgen-independent prostate cancer.
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