Male Infertility Linked to Prostatitis Can be Treated with Dr. Allen’s Device while Recent Article Says Beer Can Cause Infertility, Beer is Also Linked to Prostatitis

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Drinking just a little more than three pints a week, or half a pint a day, can reduce sperm quality, says a recent article, however excess of beer consumption can lead to prostatitis which affects male fertility gradually. By improving a prostate gland condition naturally, Dr. Allen’s Device can be a useful tool in treating of male infertility, highlights Fine Treatment.

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Drinking just half a pint a day can harm sperm quality, and the more a man drinks, the greater toll there is on his sperm, says a recent article in the Daily Mail. Furthermore, there is a link between drinking beer and prostatitis, and, moreover, the study published earlier this year confirms that chronic prostatitis affects sperm concentration, sperm progressive motility and normal sperm morphology. At the same time, Dr. Allen’s Device helps to recover from chronic prostatitis naturally and, subsequently, from infertility, states Fine Treatment.

The article ‘How just four pints of lager a week harms male fertility,’ dated October 6, 2014 in the Daily Mail, states that the study, published in the BMJ Open journal, involved 1,200 military recruits aged between 18 and 28. The researchers found that for men who habitually drank heavily there was a clear link between alcohol intake and quality of sperm. The more a man drunk, the less sperm he made and the more abnormal it was in shape and size.

It is important to know as around one in seven couples in the UK has trouble starting a family and male infertility is to blame in almost half of cases. The site ‘prostate massage and health’ says that beer can affect a prostate as yeast and hops, a primary ingredient of beer, may irritate a prostate gland and cause chronic prostatitis.

At the same time, a research ‘The Effect of Chronic Prostatitis/Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CP/CPPS) on Semen Parameters in Human Males,’ published in the Plos-One, on April 17, 2014, has concluded that the study illustrates that there was a significant negative effect of CP/CPPS on sperm concentration, sperm progressive motility, and normal sperm morphology. Further studies with larger sample sizes are needed to better illuminate the negative impact of CP/CPPS on semen parameters.

The Thermobalancing therapy provides an effective chronic prostatitis treatment by improving blood circulation inside the prostate gland. Thus Dr. Allen’s therapeutic device helps men to recover from chronic prostatitis and CPPS, and consequently from infertility. Please watch the following video:

“Chronic prostatitis not only gradually decreases a man's physical performance but has a negative impact on the reproductive health,” says Dr. Simon Allen. “Dr. Allen’s therapeutic device relieves the symptoms of chronic prostatitis naturally and by improving the prostate condition treats male infertility effectively.”

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About Dr. Simon Allen and Fine Treatment:
Dr. Simon Allen, MD, PhD, Academician, member of the ATA, is a highly experienced medical professional specialising in internal medicine. 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, for dissolving kidney stones, easing chronic headaches, and relieving upper spine tension, lower back pain and sciatica.

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