Massage = A Prostate that's HEALTHY!
has long been used as a means of maintaining good prostate health and
to induce increased sexual health. In recent years, many medical journals
have published articles which advocate prostate massage as a treatment
for chronic prostatitis, infertility, and benign prostate hypertrophy
The male prostate gland is a complex structure of tiny acini, or sacs,
in which bacteria can grow. Once they infest there, the swelling and inflammation
caused by the infection closes off the sac, causing it not to "rid"
certain harmful bacteria, and protecting the bacteria inside from antibiotics
and your body's own immune cells. As more and more acini get closed off,
your prostate begins to inflame and interferes with your other normal
urinary and sexual functions.
In the far east, prostate massage has been included in traditional oriental
medicine for centuries. In traditional Japanese families, wives often
perform prostate massage to promote their partners' health. In general,
Asian men tend to have lower rates of prostate enlargement and cancer
than their American (counterparts).
Historically, prostate massage has been used for centuries as a part of
Oriental & Ayurvedic holistic health practice. Prostate massage is
once again becoming more widely recommended as researchers discover that
prostate massage complements and increases the effectiveness of antibiotics,
antimicrobials or herbal remedies by facilitating circulation to the prostate
gland. In addition, many find that prostate massage itself is successful
where other remedies have failed.