A new One Poll survey has highlighted that that many men might be suffering in silence with uncomfortable and unpleasant prostate problems because 40% consider them to be just part of the ageing process. Despite possible reduction in quality of life 50% of the men questioned felt that they would rather put up with symptoms of an illness relating to ageing than seek advice from their GP, and nearly 70% would avoid visiting the GP altogether unless symptoms got really bad.
Prostate enlargement is a common condition that is associated with ageing and affects approximately 60% of men aged over 60 years, causing unpleasant problems with urinary function. If the prostate becomes enlarged, it can place pressure on the bladder and urethra and may cause:
– Difficulty starting urination
– A frequent need to urinate
– Difficulty emptying the bladder completely
The survey was conducted by Forum Health, producers of ProstaBrit. Prostabrit contains Cernitin – a food supplement of purified rye grass extract containing two different groups of compounds, phystosterols and flavonoids, and has been designed for men over 45 years to help maintain a normal urinary function. Prostabrit is a natural food supplement and taking the product for a minimum of three months is recommended to best appreciate it’s cumulative effect.
“I have been taking ProstaBrit for several months now and it seems to be really working well for me and has reduced the number of trips I now need to make to the toilet.” Mr Jeffrey, 68 years from Northamptonshire
ProstaBrit is available from all good health stores and also online at www.forum-health.co.uk and its RRP is £22.42 for 60 capsules (one month’s supply).
Prostabrit is sponsoring the TalkHealth Prostate Clinic which is running from 25th November – 1st December 2011