The London Clinic, 120 Harley Street, London, W1G 7JW

The feeling of wellbeing that we experience in health can be adversely affected by many factors, particularly life events, work, family circumstance, and stress. A less than healthy lifestyle can insidiously erode wellbeing and quality of life, leading to a wide range of symptoms. In many cases, attention to lifestyle factors can address such tendencies and reduce the likelihood of deterioration.

In aging, habits can aggravate symptoms associated with an various diseases that can be expected develop even in healthy individuals. The symptoms and underlying conditions can often be relieved by treatment, and further deterioration prevented .

Medical concerns can usually be identified by straightforward tests for individual vulnerabilities and underlying problems, or otherwise can be very reassuring. Lifestyle, diet and exercise play an important role in healthy living and healing of disease. Paying attention to these factors can be quite challenging in modern daily life, and advice to identify and monitor those benefitting from attention can be extremely rewarding.

Many urological conditions are affected by lifestyle factors. Lifestyle can specifically contribute to urological symptoms, also individual susceptibility to various conditions, and their response to medical treatment. It is nevertheless important that symptoms are properly diagnosed, for appropriate advice to be given, and need for medical treatment identified.

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For urological symptoms, specific lifestyle advice will be guided by some basic investigations. Thereby in many cases it may be possible to avoid medication or other urological interventions. Considerations for adjustment include attention to overall fluid intake and specific beverages, bathroom habits, pelvic floor exercise, diet, regular exercise, and techniques for stress management.
Diet can be an important factor in the presentation of urological symptoms. There is a considerable body of research going on to identify dietary factors that can be protective, as well as those that may increase the risk of particular diseases. Many foods that are good for one purpose are also good for another, and form part of a normal healthy diet. Lifestyle factors are just as important, and many that are good for the heart are also good for the prostate

Diet and Suppliments

Dietary supplements and herbal remedies that are available “over the counter” can specifically help with certain minor urological conditions, their symptoms and individual susceptibility, In addition, they can offer more general health benefits, promoting immunological function and healing. However, it is very important that any underlying condition is assessed carefully, as otherwise the diagnosis of important disease can be delayed with adverse consequences. It is always important to appreciate that the need for supplements reflects the individual’s nutritional health, and they can be harmful in excess. Therefore, before using supplements, medical advice is very valuable .
The Pfeiffer protocol offers a range of active dietary supplements that may reduce the biological activity of prostate cancer in a prescribed combination that is appropriate to the individual patient. It has been used in combination with and sometimes as an alternative to “conventional” treatment of prostate cancer. For some patients it appears to be beneficial, but there is currently insufficient evidence to assess critically the results of this approach. The treatment protocol is available in the UK but not in the NHS, and it can be an expensive option.

Careful specialist medical supervision is always recommended for patients with cancer. When considering alternative treatments, it is important to remember that established medical treatments are invariably recommended because there is strong evidence indicating their benefit over and against alternatives.
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