Internationally referencepharmaceutical product, developed specifically for man from the age of 40-50, with a set of specific assets such as Lycopene, Zinc, Glutamine, Glycine and Serenoa Repens, among others, which contribute to the functioning of the prostate and urinary tract, maintenance of normal testosterone levels and prostate protection.
What happens when the prostate gland increases (Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia)?
The prostate is usually the size of a chestnut, when it increases it can be about the size of a tennis ball. As a consequence of the increase in prostate size there is a compression of the urethra that consequently hinders the normal flow of urine.
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How is Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia treated?
Symptoms can be relieved by relaxing bladder muscles, relieving the obstacle to urine flow. There are also therapies that act on the volume of the prostate, allowing an important symptomatic relief.
In the medical treatment of BPH, there are three large groups of medicines that can be used:
- Alpha-blockers (Tansulosin, Alfuzosin, Doxazosin and Silodosin);
- 5-alpha reductase inhibitors (Dutasteride and Finasteride);
- Plant extracts – Phytotherapy, numerous substances have been tested, the most used being Serenoa Repens, among other specific actives (UroProst).
Developed specifically for man from 40-50 years with a set of specific assets such as Lycopene, Zinc, Glutamine, Glycine and Serenoa Repens, among others, which contribute to the functioning of the prostate and urinary tract, maintenance of normal testosterone levels and prostate protection.
Continued use is recommended.
Decreases the progression of the increase in size, thanks to its antiandrogenic action, caused by inhibition of the activity of the enzyme 5-alpha-reductase and the consequent blockage of DHT. Prevents obstructive symptoms, thanks to its myorelaxant and spasmolytic activity, mediated by the blockade of alpha-adrenergic receptors. It has anti-inflammatory properties, by inhibiting the production of the main mediators of inflammation.
Its strong antioxidant action becomes equally important in the protection of our DNA, in the elimination of free radicals resulting from oxidative stress and in the induction of apoptosis (death) of cancer cells, being attributed to it an evident protective role particularly in prostate cancer.
One of the regions with the highest concentration of zinc in the human body is the prostate, since this mineral is a key regulatory factor in the intermediate metabolism of prostate cells, contributing to the processes of production and secretion of citrate in the prostatic fluid, besides acting in the inhibition of cell proliferation and inducing cell death (apoptosis). It has a protective effect of the prostate, as it inhibits the growth of malignant cells.
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Chronic prostatic inflammation plays a key role in the pathogenesis and progression of Prostate Benígnica Hyperplasia. Several studies today prove the use of Serenoa Repens in preventing the progression of prostate inflammation.
Lycopene supports reducing the risk of lethal prostate cancer with a lower degree of angiogenesis.
Low plasma levels of zinc are associated with a high degree of severity of Prostate Benígna Hyperplasia. Studies report that zinc taking is associated with reduced risk of advanced disease.
Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Selenium, Glutamine and Glycine.
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