None of us can stop getting older. When we are young, being old seems a literal lifetime away and it is not something we dwell on too much. For sure many of us now pay greater attention to our health and wellbeing, but that is usually with the intention of feeling good today, not in twenty years’ time.

Of course we all want to live longer, so much of what we do today can have an effect on how long we live, but ultimately it is only when we get older that we begin to turn to ‘remedies’ for the aging process. However, we don’t have to surrender to the aging process and allow Mother Nature to decide what age-related ailments we may succumb to. We do have a say in the matter.

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) and prostatitis symptoms

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) and prostatitis are conditions which involve the enlarging of the prostate in men. BPH can also involve a thickening of the bladder, which in turns leads to its weakness. According to the Mayo Clinic, “About half of all men between the ages of 51 and 60 have BPH. Up to 90% of men over age 80 have BPH.” Prostatitis is more usually found in men under the age of 50. For most men, therefore, it is not so much a case of ‘if’ but ‘when’. BPH symptoms or those of prostatitis, as anyone suffering from these knows, are uncomfortable, painful, disruptive and upsetting to live with. These include:

  • Feeling that the bladder is full, even right after urinating
  • Feeling that urinating “can’t wait”
  • Weak urine flow
  • Dribbling of urine
  • The need to stop and start urinating several times
  • Trouble starting to urinate
  • The need to push or strain to urinate

Diagnosing BPH and prostatitis through increased levels of PSA

Levels of PSA or prostate-specific antigen in the bloodstream are usually low, so a rise in these levels is usually a sign that there is a problem with the prostate. This does not automatically imply the presence of prostate cancer and is more usually the result only of enlargement of the prostate, resulting in BPH or prostatitis. The question you may now be asking is how you can treat BPH and prostatitis to reduce enlargement of the prostate.

If you have or are suffering from BPH or prostatitis, or better still want to do what you can to lower your chances of suffering from problems with your prostate, BP-Qmax and Prosta-Q are both highly recommended and clinically proven to be beneficial and an excellent option available from us here at Farr Labs, while Q-Urol’s anti-inflammatory properties are ideal if you are suffering from Chronic Prostatitis and CPPS (Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome).

BP-Qmax, Q-Urol, Prosta-Q as effective supplements to improve prostate health

If you want any additional information about any of our supplements for prostate health, or any of our other high-quality natural supplements, please don’t hesitate to get in contact with us.

Inflammation is a symptom of your body’s biological reaction to remove the cause of any harm. The body recognized damaged cells, irritants and pathogens, and starts the healing process, which in turn often creates swelling, or inflammation. However, as with most things where the body is concerned, not everything is simple and straightforward. Sometimes the healing process can take a long time, during which inflammatory conditions can persist.

Causes of inflammatory conditions

According to Medical News Today, three main processes occur before and during acute inflammation:

  • The small branches of arteries enlarge when supplying blood to the damaged region, resulting in increased blood flow.
  • Capillariesbecome easier for fluids and proteins to infiltrate, meaning that they can move between blood and cells.
  • The body releases neutrophils. A neutrophil is a type of white blood cell filled with tiny sacs that contain enzymes and digest microorganisms.

A person will likely become aware of inflammation conditions following the above three stages.

Inflammatory conditions are not always visible

Physical symptoms of inflammation are easy to see if the problem is ‘superficial’, i.e. on the surface of the body, which can include pain, redness, immobility, swelling and heat. This type of inflammation is often associated with wounds and infections. However internal organs also have a range of inflammatory conditions, some of which can become noticeable through extreme pain, while others can go unnoticed, directly. We say ‘directly’ as often there can be symptoms that can indicate chronic internal inflammation, including:

  • fatigue
  • mouth sores
  • chest pain
  • abdominal pain
  • fever
  • rash
  • joint pain

Chronic inflammation can be debilitating

Inflammatory conditions are classed as ‘chronic’ when they persist for months, or even years. This can be the result of the body’s failure to heal the cause, an autoimmune disorder where the immune system mistakes healthy tissue for a pathogen and attacks it, or long-term exposure to irritants, such as industrial chemicals. Medical News Today lists the following as examples of diseases and conditions that include chronic inflammation:

  • asthma
  • chronic peptic ulcer
  • tuberculosis
  • rheumatoid arthritis
  • periodontitis
  • ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease
  • sinusitis
  • active hepatitis

The long-term effects of chronic inflammation can be very debilitating, wearing you down, slowly but surely. However other effects can be very severe, such as the development of certain cancers, rheumatoid arthritis, atherosclerosis and periodontitis.

Inflammatory conditions can result in chronic pain

Inflammation causes pain predominantly because the swelling pushes against nerve endings. Thus, the greater the swelling, the greater the pain, often as a result of additional biochemical processes that take place. Pain itself can come in various forms such as a stabbing or pinching sensation, throbbing or pulsating, though in many cases it is simply constant and continual. This is when relief from pain is sought, whether it is through its severity and intensity, or simply through its annoyance.

Natural remedies for pain have huge advantages over pharmaceutical medications

Medications for inflammatory pain and for anti-inflammatory properties are classed as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). Clearly, they are effective in the short term, but non-prescription NSAIDs such as aspirin, ibuprofen and naproxen are dangerous to use in the long term. They are known to increase your risk of developing a stomach ulcer, which can bleed and become life-threatening. Beyond this, NSAIDs can also exacerbate symptoms of asthma, cause kidney damage, or even lead to a stroke or heart attack. None of these side-effects are associated with natural remedies for inflammatory conditions.

Prourol and Cysta-Q are tremendous natural remedies for tackling inflammatory conditions

Here at Farr Labs we specialise in only the highest quality natural remedies for a number of inflammatory conditions and cannot recommend Prourol and Cysta-Q strongly enough.

If you would like any additional information about our natural supplements for inflammatory conditions, or any of our other high-quality natural supplements, please don’t hesitate to get in contact with us.