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The repeated urinary tract infections due to “backup” of the residual urine which has been trapped by your constricted prostate.
The stress, the anxiety and the ever present burden of wondering, “is this what my life is going to be like for the next 30+ years?” (I was only 38 when I started having prostate problems).
Then you start to worry about the long-term affect on your health of so many antibiotics courses, the never ending cycle of infection and inflammation and of course the long-term specter of prostate cancer.
You can re-think the endless rounds of antibiotics and harsh “prostate-shrinking” pharmaceutical drugs after you’ve proven to yourself that your prostate, bladder and urine are clear and infection free (I’ll tell you more about that in a moment).
You can re-frame this health challenge that has been laid at your feet as an opportunity to improve your overall health (not just your prostate health) and live the rest of your life with reduced stress, greater appreciation for the inexpensive, natural, side-effect-free remedies that are available to you and the personal power that comes with knowing that, “I am ultimately responsible for my own health and well being.”
As a 15 year executive MBA in the long-term health care industry I was well aware of what many of my male clients where going through with their prostate troubles. Frankly, I was terrified because of it.
I remember being at the beach with my family and having to urinate what seemed like every 15 minutes because:
I spent nearly 2 years in and out of the urologist’s office (you know what that means if you’re reading this).
I battled depression, stress and my family suffered for it because I had stopped feeling like a whole man.
I mean what kind of guy can’t take his family on a trip to an amusement park for fear of having too long of a walk between restroom stops?
During my career as a health care executive, I was used to seeing challenges come up, analyzing them and developing systems-based solutions that would allow me to put those…