BPH (Benign prostatic hyperplasia): pernicious vibration

Question.

I was diagnosed with benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) ten month ago. I visited different doctors many times and eventually I realized they couldn’t help me. They all proposed an operative treatment. Dodgy medical epic hasn’t brought any positive results, only side effects. The prostate gland is growing bigger and bigger. First diagnosis – prostate volume is 29 cm3, TRUS results in seven months – 37 cm3. I don’t have any bad habits. I work as a driver. I want to recover very much. Can I do this with the help of your method “Living without BPH”?

Answer.

Earlier I mentioned in my articles that you can’t begin medical therapy without identifying factors that have provoked benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). What is more, you must not only identify, but also eliminate them. I can see one of the factors from your question – your job. A driver deals with a lot of vibration.

I’m gonna give you some examples clarifying harmful effect of mechanical oscillation on the body. You might think these examples are not relevant, but they are. Believe me!

So, in the production of concrete or concrete products, liquid mixture of binding agent (usually cement), water, fillers (usually gravel and sand) is poured into molds. The plastic composition gets filled with air during the preparation and in order to increase durability of a future product you have to eliminate those air layers. When a mold with a liquid solution is placed on the vibrating table, you can see bubbles of air starting to come out (at first they are large, then they are smaller). Concrete mass gets rid of the air and becomes firm.

Here’s another example. If you shake the corked bottle of sparkling wine intensively, and immediately open it, it will squirt unpredictably. After shaking, the gases filling the wine are longing to come out.

A similar thing happens to a person whose body is exposed to full or partial vibration. Under the effect of harmful mechanical vibrations you can notice the reduction of important gases (like carbon dioxide and oxygen) in the blood system. They are not restored for a long time, because the duration of exposure is hours and hours of your work. The amplitude of the breathing is very poor in this situation (especially when sitting). Vessels shrink because of reduction of gas exchange. The next thing which is going to happen is spasms. They provoke different diseases, including diseases of urogenital system (the growth of benign prostatic hyperplasia).

When driving, you expose yourself to continuous vibration created by the engine and shaking of the car during the movement because of unevenness of the road surface. These factors provoke the development of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) all the time. Unfortunately, even the strict following of the method won’t bring you any result. Continuous vibration nullifies all the efforts. Think of changing a job. I know it’s very hard to do, but you should try. Our health is the most important thing we have in our life. Non-medicinal method of treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia ” Living without BPH” see page site: http://www.adenomaprostate.com/en/articles/7.

 

Sincerely yours, Gennady Plotyan