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However, most of the men do not aware that the daily
underwear that wear might be all the cause!
Traditionally, men wore the same type of underwear their
fathers wore, and as a habit, they suit up the same model of underwear
throughout their entire lives.
According to The Ultimate Underwear survey, 57% of men
prefer briefs, 18% prefer tight boxers, and 29% prefer roomy boxers. This research shown most men do wear well
fitting underwear, but might not choose the proper material or measurement.
Men everywhere worry that their penis is smaller than it
should be or that it won't satisfy a lover. But research suggests that most men
underestimate the size of their pride and joy.
Most adult men are within about a half inch of
5.24 inches, according to statistics Palmer has compiled. Nearly all studies of
penis length come up with a similar measure.
Smoking can shorten your penis by as much as a centimeter.
Erections are all about good bloodflow, and lighting up calcifies blood
vessels, stifling erectile circulation. You need to have erections regularly to
keep your penis in shape. "It has to be essentially exercised," says
Tobias Kohler, MD, assistant professor of urology at Southern Illinois
University School of Medicine.
To maintain a healthy tone, the smooth muscle of the penis
must be periodically enriched with oxygen by the rush of blood that engorges
the penis and makes it erect, Kohler says.
Poor genital health seems to have become a major and
worsening epidemic round the world. European men as much as 40% of 40-year-old
men and 50% of 50-year old men suffer from occasional or chronic erectile
Underwear should be comfortable while providing optimal
support for any activity. Men's sizes are based on waist circumference and
usually correspond with pant measurements. Some men believe that wearing
underwear in a size too small will emphasize their front, but this effect only
Underwear that is restricting can raise the body
temperature, causing excessive sweating that leads to stains. Increasing the
temperature in the groin area over extended periods of time may also cause
health and fertility problems. Elastics that are too tight around the waist or
legs can cause irritation and rashes.
shows two out of three men, aged 50 years old and above have a problem with night urination.
Frequent urination is not a symptom of a problem, but is the problem.
obesity, aging are one of the cause of the problems.
Many do not know, wearing a tight underwear
may be the cause too! To choose an underwear with a good blood circulation
function, helps to reduce the night urination problems.
PROSTATE CANCER PREVENTION
healthy young man prostate is classically said to be slightly larger than a
walnut, it gets bigger as a man get older. If the prostate becomes enlarged, it
can place pressure on the bladder and urethra (the tube through which urine
passes). This can affect how you pass urine and may cause: • difficulty starting urination • a frequent need to urinate
fully emptying the bladder
statistic, a man's chances of having BPH go up with age: - Age 31-40:
one in 12 - Age
51-60: about one in two - Over age 80: more than eight in 10
There's no proven prostate cancer
prevention strategy. But you may reduce your risk of prostate cancer by making
healthy choices, such as exercising and eating a healthy diet. Some man are
choose to wearing a healthy claim underwear which is brief underwear to reduce
hit over the penis area
The main men’s health threats are well
documented, and may even be preventable. Eat healthily, exercise regularly,
have regular medical checks, spend some time in nature, remember to laugh and
don’t over-indulge in the things you know are bad for you.
However there is one thing to be aware of, choose an underwear with the special effect to boost up the blood circulation is the best prevention of all.
The prostate, an organ located under the bladder,
produces semen. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC),
prostate cancer is the second most common cancer among men in the United
States. The risk of developing prostate cancer progressively increases with
Out of every 100 men over the age of 60, seven will have prostate
cancer before their 70th birthday, according to the CDC (1 in every 14 men). Most men experience some level of prostate
enlargement by the age of 45, but many do not have symptoms. But by the age of
60, about 80% of all men experience urinary problems as the result of prostate
Some of the most common symptoms associated with the
enlargement of the prostate include the following:
Urgency to urinate
Inability to urinate
Reduced force of urine stream
Incomplete emptying of the bladder
To understand how to prevent prostate cancer, we must
first understand what causes it. There are four major factors that influence
risk for developing prostate cancer.
Age: The average age at diagnosis of prostate cancer in
the United States is 69 years. The chances of developing prostate cancer
becomes more common than any other cancer in men when aging. However, aging is a
fact that we cannot change.
Family history: A man with a father or brother who
developed prostate cancer has a twofold-increased risk for developing it. This
risk is further increased if the cancer was diagnosed at a younger age (less
than 55 years of age) or affected three or more family members.
Where you live: The risk of developing prostate cancer
for men who live in rural China is 2% and for men in the United States is 17%.
When Chinese men move to the western culture, their risk increases
substantially; men who live north of 40 degrees latitude (north of
Philadelphia, Columbus, Ohio, and Provo, Utah) have the highest risk for dying
from prostate cancer of any men in the United States – this effect appears to
be mediated by inadequate sunlight during three months of the year which
reduces vitamin D levels and diet, according to research.
Lifestyle and working environment:
People who spend long periods of time in a seated position and
whom have increased pressure from automobile vibrations have a higher risk than
others. Therefore the occupation become one of the risk factor. Smoker and
drinker are increasing the risk level too. Surprisingly, tight, unfitted and
non-breathable underwear which increase the stress and heat over the prostate area
are one of the cause too. Research found cotton brief underwear with magnetic
force designed helps in increasing blood flow helps reduce the risk of
enlargement of the prostate.
Unfortunately, the factors above are difficult or
impossible to change, however, there are many things that men can do to reduce
or delay their risk of developing prostate cancer. There's no proven
prostate cancer prevention strategy. But you may reduce your risk of prostate
cancer by making healthy choices, such as exercising and eating a healthy diet.
Cooked Tomatoes and other red foods：
watermelon, and other red foods owe their bright color to a powerful
antioxidant called lycopene. Studies show that men
who consume this fruit and tomato-based products have a lower risk of prostate
cancer than those who don’t.
The power of fruits
and vegetables ：
Green vegetables contain compounds that help your body break
down cancer-causing substances called carcinogens. A nutrient-rich diet may
also help slow the spread of cancer. Eat more broccoli, collard greens, cabbage,
Omega-3 fatty acids：
Evidence from several studies
suggest that fish, olive oil, coconut oil, nuts, seeds, and avocado can help
protect against prostate cancer because they have “good fat” particularly
omega-3 fatty acids. You might consider using plant-based fats instead of
animal fats. For instance, cook with olive oil rather than butter. Sprinkle
nuts or seeds on your salad rather than cheese.
Choose a low-fat diet:
Foods that contain fats
include meats, nuts, oils and dairy products, such as milk and cheese.In some
studies, men who ate the highest amount of fat each day had an increased risk of
Soybean and greentea：
A nutrient called isoflavones has
been linked to a reduced risk of prostate cancer. Isoflavones are found in tofu
(made from soybeans), chickpeas, lentils, alfalfa sprouts, peanuts. Green tea
contains polyphenolic antioxidants called EGCG or epigallocatechin gallate is
good to reduces risk.
Maintain a healthy weight:
Men who are obese, a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or higher, may have an increased risk of prostate cancer.
Stress can worsen urinary tract symptoms associated
with BPH, such as urinary urgency, painful urination, dribbling, and urinary
frequency.You can take back control of your life and stress levels by
incorporating stress-reduction practices into
Overheating is not good for your
genitals. And your prostate gland sits right under your bladder. So, if you wear
underwear that is too tight for you, your prostate also gets overheated and
pressed. A study has shown that the impact of tight underwear on male fertility is
worse than that of drinking, taking drugs and smoking. Perfect cutting of
boxer briefs or trunks underwear help to support yet cotton or breathable
fabric can reduce the heat. Anti-inflammatory
function underwear is a plus point.
Talk to your doctor about your risk
Ask your doctor about your risk for developing prostate
cancer. Tell your doctor if you’re have the discomfort anywhere in your pelvic
or rectal areas, difficulty urinating, blood in your urine or semen.
Getting eight hours of sleep every night, following a
healthful diet and a healthy lifestyle. Don’t forget to check on your
underwear, will it too tight or the material is not breathable. Go after a magnetic therapy underwear if possible. Aim for 30 minutes of exercise most days of
the week. Start Walking, running, bicycling, swimming for your better health in
the future ! Stay young and fit !