5 Things You Do Not Know About Your Prostate Enlargement, High PSA Levels and KNOWLEDGE you should consider:
1. Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia ( BPH )is NOT related to prostate cancer.
2. PSA Testing is not SPECIFIC to only prostate cancer
3. Prostate Issues begin for men in their early 40s.
4. The prostate gland is an estrogen target tissue which means estrogen impacts the growth of the prostate gland and its tissues.
5. Stress Causes an enzyme reaction that turns testosterone into estrogen.
This means that high bph and high psa levels can be linked to estrogen levels in men.
Are you struggling with how to manage your prostate health? I’m going to share with you 5 things you may not know about your prostate and should.
Here are some important things you need to know if you are looking to manage your prostate health, prostate inflammation and high PSA levels. This is really important knowledge. I consider knowledge to be powerful especially when assessing your plan of attack.
#1 – BPH or, Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia which is not related to prostate cancer. They are completely independent.
#2 – PSA testing is not always specific to prostate cancer. In fact, you can have high PSA levels that is not caused by cancer but is instead caused by BPH.
#3 – Prostate issues actually begin for men starting in their early 40’s
#4 – The prostate gland is an estrogen target issue which means that estrogen and you bodies receptivity to estrogen can influence the change in tissue and size of your prostate.
#5 – Stress can actually cause your body to convert testosterone into estrogen. This can cause imbalances in your prostate health which can often lead to high BPH and high PSA levels.