Recovery from Chronic Prostatitis with Dr. Allen’s Device is Safe while Recent Study Shows Supplements are Useless and Can Harm, Reveals Fine Treatment
The latest study has shown an increased risk of prostate cancer among men who are on supplements with fatty acids, which are commonly recommended in cases of chronic prostatitis. In contrast, Dr. Allen’s Device for Prostate Care provides an effective stand-alone therapy for chronic prostatitis and CPPS treating the prostate gland by improving blood circulation at the capillary level, states Fine Treatment.
London, Great Britain (PRWEB) July 17, 2013
After years of unsuccessful attempts to achieve a much-desired help for chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CP/CPPS) with antibiotics, medications and supplements, Fine Treatment customers now gladly report enormous relief of the disturbing symptoms after wearing Dr. Allen’s Device for Prostate Care alone. This fact is highly important in its own right, and even more so as a new research suggests that omega-3, a health supplement taken by millions of people, may increase the risk of prostate cancer. To arrive at this conclusion, scientists in the United States have compared blood samples from more than 2,000 men.
Harvard’s follow-up report of July 12, 2013 contradicts a common belief that eating the right kind of food and taking supplements promotes healthy prostate; to the contrary, it shows that eating a lot of oily fish or taking potent fish oil supplements leads to a 43% increased risk of prostate cancer overall, and to a 71% increased risk of aggressive prostate cancer.
For years, vitamin supplements with fish oil were a hope for patients with chronic prostatitis wishing to get relief from the nasty symptoms. For instance, sites like “Fish Oil for Chronic Prostatitis” recommend Pure Krill Oil, Vectomega by Europharma, Pharmaceutical grade Pro Omega fish oil and others, claiming that these products provide superior, long-lasting prostate support.
Another common treatment option for CP/CPPS is antibiotics. They are important for acute prostatitis but cannot help in chronic stage. According to the Prostatitis Foundation, the American Urological Association Meeting of 2004 revealed, “Although researchers are still looking for a possible infectious cause of CPPS (among others), a large trial of antibiotics showed that this most commonly prescribed therapy doesn’t help men with longstanding, refractory CPPS. And the second most commonly prescribed type of therapy—alpha blockers—don’t help in these men either.”
Fine Treatment is pleased to receive positive comments from its customers across the world which can be seen on the feedback page of its website. A new message comes from Florida, USA, from a man who has been suffering from prostatitis for 5 years, and using Dr. Allen’s Device for 7 months: “The progress is about 70% cure. Now I have to use or stop wearing the device, please let me know.”
This short video shows how easy it is to use Dr. Allen’s therapeutic device at home: http://youtube.com/watch?v=oYTRClJLM3M.
“Thermobalancing therapy improves the condition of the prostate gland gradually,” comments Dr. Simon Allen. “Chronic prostate inflammation should be treated with Dr. Allen’s Device locally to achieve tangible success, without antibiotics and supplements which may harm in the long-term.”
For details, visit Fine Treatment at http://finetreatment.com/chronic-prostatitis-cpps-treatment/.
About Dr. Simon Allen and Fine Treatment:
Dr. Simon Allen MD, PhD is a highly experienced medical professional. His specialty is in the internal medicine and cardio-vascular field. He has treated a wide range of chronic diseases, including patients after a heart attack, with kidneys problems, including kidney stones disease, prostate and spine conditions, as well as metabolic disorders. Fine Treatment exclusively offers Dr. Allen’s devices for chronic prostatitis and BPH treatment, coronary heart disease, dissolving kidney stones, as well as back pain and sciatica relief.
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