While many people may wonder how to prevent prostate cancer, there’s no one way to avoid the disease. Staying healthy as you age, or working to converse existing health problems, can lower your risk.
Here below we have some tips that can help you to reduce your risk from getting prostate cancer.
>Get Regular Exercise: In addition to helping you achieve a healthy weight, exercise can cut tenderness, improve immune function and fight some of the negative health effects of a sedentary lifestyle—all of which can help prevent cancer.
>Stop Smoking and Drink Less: Quitting smoking can improve your health in many ways, including reducing your cancer risk. And if you drink, do so in control. Some studies suggest that red wine has antioxidant stuffs that may benefit your health.
>Increase Your Vitamin D: Most people don’t get sufficient vitamin D. It can help guard against prostate cancer and many other conditions. Since the sun is a better, more readily available source of vitamin D, many experts recommend getting 10 minutes of sun exposure (without sunscreen) every day. Doctors often recommend vitamin D supplements. However, you should talk to your doctor before taking any vitamin or supplement.
>Stay Sexually Active: Some studies appear to show that men who have a higher incidence of ejaculation were up to two-thirds less likely to be detected with prostate cancer. Studies are ongoing, but some experts posit that ejaculation clears the body of toxins and other substances that could cause inflammation.
So, try the above tips and reduce the chances of getting prostate cancer.