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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 Neuromuscular tension is emotional, physical, or mental stress that affects the nerves and muscles. Some experts believe chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CP/CPPS) is caused by men who continuously or frequently tense their pelvic floor muscles. Over time, the accumulation of tension in the pelvic muscles can result in chronic pain. Neuromuscular tension that can lead to chronic prostatitis is sometimes referred to as a “headache in the pelvis.” Just like men who hold tension in their neck and shoulders can get chronic headaches, men who tense their pelvic muscles can get chronic pelvic pain syndrome. Men who tense their pelvic muscles usually are not aware they are doing so. However, after years of holding in stress, chronic prostatitis may occur. Chronic tension disorders and pelvic floor disorders, which are related to neuromuscular tension, are said to make up about half of the chronic prostatitis cases. When diagnosing prostatitis, a doctor may sometimes feel the tight or hard muscles on either side of the prostate during a digital rectal exam. Experts who believe neuromuscular tension is one of the chronic prostatitis causes also point out that traditional treatments do not work. Instead, experts note that men need to take steps to relieve the cause of the stress to directly treat the built-up tension in the pelvic muscles and to take steps to help with stress and emotional health. One of the alternative prostatitis treatments that has been found to be effective is trigger point release therapy. The success of this treatment approach in relieving chronic prostatitis is a main reason why neuromuscular tension is believed to be a cause of chronic nonbacterial prostatitis, at least in some men. Prostate massage is also a technique some men find helpful. Another step that men with chronic prostatitis can take is to learn relaxation techniques that will relieve the tension in the pelvic muscles.
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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 Prostate problems introduction Stan just found out that a friend has prostate cancer. A lot of men he knows have some kind of problem with their prostate. He's worried that this might happen to him. It's true that prostate problems are common after age 50. The good news is there are many things you can do. What is the prostate? The prostate is a gland about the size of a walnut. It is part of the male reproductive system and wraps around the tube that carries urine out of the bladder. It grows larger as you get older. If your prostate gets too large, it can cause health issues. Having prostate problems does not always mean you have cancer. Sometimes a doctor may find a problem during a routine checkup or by doing a rectal exam. If you think there is something wrong with your prostate, see your doctor right away. Prostate Problems Facts Prostate problems facts medical author: Prostate problems are common in men after age 50. The prostate is a gland that is a part of the male reproductive system that wraps around the male urethra near the bladder. Common problems are benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), acute and chronic bacterial prostatitis, and chronic prostatitis (non-bacterial). Prostate cancer is common in men over 50, especially in African Americans and in men who eat fatty food and/or have a father or brother with prostate cancer. Prostate cancer is definitively diagnosed by tissue biopsy; initial studies may include a rectal exam, ultrasound, and assessment of prostate-specific antigen (PSA) levels. Treatments for prostate cancer may include surveillance, surgery, radiation therapy, and hormone therapy. Many, but not all, doctors believe male patients under the age of 75 should have yearly PSA tests. Identifying prostate problems early is a way to reduce future prostate problems; symptoms include frequent urination, blood in urine, painful urination, dribbling urination, inability to urinate, painful
1 Apr 2017
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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 Treatment for prostate cancer depends on whether cancer is in part or all of the prostate or if it has spread to other parts of the body. It also depends on your age and overall health. Talk with your doctor about the best treatment choice for you. You may want to ask another doctor for a second opinion. For cancer that has not spread from the prostate to other parts of the body, your doctor may suggest: Watchful Waiting or Active Surveillance. If the cancer is growing slowly and not causing problems, you may decide not to treat it right away. Instead, your doctor will check regularly for changes in your condition. Surgery. The most common type of surgery removes the whole prostate and some nearby tissue. As with any surgery, there are risks. Talk to your doctor about problems that may result from surgery. Radiation Therapy. This treatment uses radiation to kill cancer cells and shrink tumors. The radiation may come from an x-ray machine or from tiny radioactive seeds placed inside or near the tumor. Talk with your doctor about possible side effects. Hormone Therapy. Men having other treatments like radiation therapy may also be treated with drugs to stop the body from making testosterone. This is done if it seems likely that the cancer will come back. Hormone therapy can also be used for prostate cancer that has spread beyond the prostate. Your prostate cancer treatment options depend on several factors, such as how fast your cancer is growing, how much it has spread and your overall health, as well as the benefits and the potential side effects of the treatment. Immediate treatment may not be necessary For men diagnosed with very early-stage prostate cancer, treatment may not be necessary right away. Some men may never need treatment. Instead, doctors sometimes recommend active surveillance. In active surveillance, regular follow-up blood tests, rectal exams and possibly biopsies may be performed to monitor
20 Apr 2017
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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 A patient with early prostate cancer may have the following signs and symptoms: A frequent or excessive need to urinate, during the day and/or at night Difficulty in starting, maintaining, or stopping the urine stream A weak or interrupted urine stream Straining to urinate Inability to urinate urinary retention Loss of control of urination that may be associated with coughing or laughing, a sudden urge to urinate, or without any forewarning Difficulty urinating when standing, requiring sitting during urination Pain with urination or ejaculation Blood in the urine or in the semen Abnormal rectal examination Many symptoms of early cancer of the prostate can also be attributed to benign noncancerous conditions of the prostate including benign prostatic hypertrophy BPH, or infection in the prostate gland or urinary system. Signs and symptoms of advanced prostate cancer that has already spread from the prostate gland to elsewhere in the body called metastatic prostate cancer include: A new dull, then progressively severe, pain in the bones, especially the low back Unexplained weight loss Fatigue Increasing shortness of breath while doing activities previously well tolerated Low-impact fracture of bones without a lot of trauma or broken bones from minor trauma It is always best to find and diagnose prostate cancer at an early stage and hopefully still confined to its site of origin. At that point treatments can cure it. When prostate cancer is widespread or metastatic it can be treated, but it cannot be cured.
25 Apr 2017
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SpongeBob Squarepants Rectal Thermometer Parody Toy Review by Mike Mozart of JeepersMedia on You Tube. ** QUESTION OF THE DAY ** WHICH TOY IS THE WORST OF THE DECADE? Another Funny Crazy Toy Product Review by Michael Mozart of Jeepers Media the Toy Maniac of You Tube. A Naughty, Inappropriate FAIL of a Toy. "What were they Thinking?" Also featured is the Dora the Explorer Aquapet.
24 May 2009
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Perrro con grabe caso de prolapso rectal
29 Apr 2010
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Gastro-Intestinal Surgeries including Robotic Surgery for Colo Rectal Cancer by Dr. Deepak Govil, experienced Gastro Intestinal Surgeon at Apollo Hospital. Serving society through Colo Rectal Cancer Research Foundation
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'Comic' violence with extreme musical flair. A bit random.
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8 Jun 2009
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The Best and Easiest Method Cures Hemorrhoids Safely in 48 Hours, Already PROVEN By Thousands To Have Eliminated Pain & Embarrassment For Good. Full article with Link to the guide available here: *******www.goarticles****/cgi-bin/showa.cgi?C=2028194
30 Oct 2009
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Amazing phone - rectal thermometer, toast maker, gaydar, and much more. I'm definately getting one!!
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Artist: "Cynthia Witthoft" Song: "The Boring Road of Life" Album: "Rectal Hidden Tracks (2002)" Sadness may affect a person's social standing. Studies have found that when people recognize an expressed emotion, they tend to attribute additional characteristics to the person expressing that emotion (Halo effect). A happy person, therefore is perceived warmly whereas a sad person is perceived as weak and lacking ability and an angry person is perceived as powerful and dominant. Tiedens's study explored whether people provide power to people they like or rather to people they perceive as powerful. The study, which examined social position in political, business and job interview situations, found that people prefer to give status position and power to an angry leader rather than to a sad one. People tend to give power to those perceived as powerful instead of to those whom they like. For example, in the business world, a positive statistical correlation was found between sadness and the extent of a person's social contribution, however angry people were perceived more deserving of status and promotion. Similarly, in the job interviews, angry people were perceived as more suitable for promotion and high salary than sad people.
5 Mar 2008
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"Cynthia Witthoft" Song: "My Feet Are Weapons" Album: "Rectal Hidden Tracks"
7 Mar 2008
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"Let's Explode This Fuckin' World" From Album "Rectal Hidden Tracks" Najpotężniejszą bombą atomową była Bomba Cara. Eksplozji dokonał Związek Radziecki 30 października 1961 r. na wyspie Nowa Ziemia położonej na Morzu Arktycznym, na północnych krańcach obecnej Rosji. Była to jednostopniowa bomba termojądrowa, czyli oparta na pojedynczej fazie syntezy lekkich jąder atomowych, zainicjowanej detonacją jądrową. Miała moc 58 megaton czyli w przybliżeniu 4000 bomb zrzuconych na Hiroszimę. Mimo że zmniejszono jej moc ze względów bezpieczeństwa (Bomba Cara zaprojektowana została jako broń trójfazowa i mogła ona osiągnąć nawet 150 megaton, ale wówczas obszar objęty zniszczeniami, mimo dużego odosobnienia, objąłby kilka większych miast północnej Rosji, a opad radioaktywny zagroziłby całej Europie, toteż zrezygnowano z trzeciej fazy rozszczepiania), część skalistych wysepek, w otoczeniu których dokonano detonacji wyparowała, a sam wybuch był odczuwalny nawet na Alasce. Bomba ta nazywana była także złowieszczo "Zabójcą Miast". Bomba mogłaby zniszczyć miasto wielkości Londynu.
7 May 2010
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