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Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

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Also indexed as: BPH, Enlarged Prostate, Prostatic Hyperplasia
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Also known as BPH, this common condition is characterized by frequent urges to urinate. What can you do to relieve prostate pressure? According to research or other evidence, the following self-care steps may be helpful.
  • See what saw palmetto has to offer

    Control BPH symptoms with this effective herbal remedy; take 320 mg a day of a liposterolic extract, standardized for 80 to 95% fatty acids

  • Discover the benefits of beta-sitosterol

    Take 130 mg a day of this edible plant compound to improve urinary flow and other symptoms

  • Try flower pollen

    Take several tablets or capsules a day of flower pollen extract to reduce symptoms

  • Get to know pygeum

    Try 100 to 200 mg a day of this evergreen tree bark extract, standardized for 13% total sterols

  • Focus on physical fitness

    Increase your physical activity by walking more or adding other exercise

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