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Health Advisory Article
The Rise Effect Without the Side Effects with Vigore
When it comes to our bodies, nothing works in quite the same way as it did when we were in our 20s. We cannot run 100m as fast as we did, our energy levels arenât as high, ourÂ joints are stiffâ¦ and so the list goes on.Â The same can apply to our love life, too â specifically erections. It may happen early or later in life, but by our 40s and 50s, physically, things are not the same as you get older.
But there is a solution for men experiencing erection issues â one that brings back spontaneity and confidence. Why take drugs that may have unpleasant side-effects or put yourself through the discomfort of injections? Why timetable when you have sex or resign yourself to going without?
Vigore is non-invasive, painless and has no side-effects. It works by growing new blood vessels in the penis and surrounding area that allow a man to achieve and sustain an erection.
Turn back the clock
The innovative treatment has been shown to be effective in around 80%Â of men experiencing vascular-related erectile dysfunction.
Ageing accounts for more than 70% of cases of erectile problems and there are some five million men in the UKÂ who experience difficulties. Vigore can turn back the clock and give men their confidence back. It can be life-changing; not least because the effects last for a long time â studies show at least a couple of years, but expectations are it could be far longer.
Ian Botham recommends Vigore
Cricketing hero Sir Ian Botham says, “Iâve recently undergone the Vigore treatment and itâs one of the bestÂ health decisionsÂ Iâve made.”
Dr Sherif Wakil, who treated Sir Ian Botham says, “You can turn the clock back on your ageing erections.”Â
Bristol-based urologist ProfessorÂ Raj Persad agrees saying, “Itâs time travel for your sex life.”
How does it work?
The science behind the treatment isÂ well established and proven, although not all providers are the same and not all can show you the evidence that Vigore can â that it works and works well. The treatment is a linear shockwave therapy that induces a natural body reaction in a local area.
Cells thatÂ are responsible for repair of the bodyÂ are Â âawokenâ by the shockwaves and getÂ to work creating new blood capillariesÂ in the penis in a process called local âangio- genesisâ, where new blood vessels are formed.
Treatment is completely painlessÂ and drug-free and, unlike many prescription medications, VigoreÂ treats the source of the problem,Â rather than just the symptoms. There are no known side effects, thereforeÂ the treatment is considered safe.
Four x 20-minute sessions are recommended to achieve noticeable improvements. The procedure doesÂ not require either sedation or an anaesthetic and normal activitiesÂ can be resumed immediately afterÂ each session, with no downtime.
Vigore is not contraindicated withÂ any medication, however it may not be suitable for those who have nerve damage or severe depression.
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Spring Health Advice
Have You Been Tealed? Make Sure you KnowÂ the Symptoms of Ovarian Cancer
âHave you been tealed?â is the ovarian cancer charity Ovacomeâs big publicity push for awareness month this March, in which our patron, the actor Jenny Agutter, is one of 11 celebrities helping us to raise the profile of the disease.
Also involved are the actors Nigel Havers, Jane Asher and Terri Dwyer, the comedian Omid Djalili, the TV and radio presenter Sara Cox, the MPs Caroline Lucas and David Lammy, the singers Hollie Cook and Kele Le Roc and radio presenter and former MP John Nicolson.
They have all been photographed with something teal – the colour representing ovarian cancer – by Ming Yeung, a professional cameraman and editor for Getty Images and husband of Ovacome member Rebecca Readshaw, who was diagnosed with the disease five years ago.
The idea is that people seeing the photography of the personalities will question whether they âhave been tealedâ, which is shorthand for knowing the symptoms of ovarian cancer. For the colour teal is to ovarian cancer as pink is to breast cancer.
In recent research Ovacome found that despite bloating being the main sign of ovarian cancer, with almost nine in 10 women diagnosed having suffered from it, in only 20% of cases was it the symptom which took them to their GP.
They were far more likely to seek medical help when they have abdominal pain (47%), or a change in urination (25%): the most common symptoms to take a woman with ovarian cancer in the first instance to her doctor.
Ovacome hopes its campaign will spread awareness of its BEAT acronym highlighting the main signs of ovarian cancer: B is for bloating that is persistent and doesnât come and go; E is for eating less and feeling fuller quicker; A is for abdominal and pelvic pain felt most days and T is for toilet changes, both urination and bowel.
âWe know that women recognise the symptoms of bloating, but often dismiss it as being something less sinister. It is understandable that they often only seek advice because of less easy to ignore pain, but this mindset needs to change,â says Ovacomeâs chief executive Victoria Clare.
Ming wanted to shoot the high level media campaign to help spread awareness among men as well as women, after Rebeccaâs stomach pain pre diagnosis was repeatedly dismissed by her GP as a parasitic infection from her six month stint in India.
âI canât help thinking that if Rebecca had been seen by a woman GP her ovarian cancer may have been picked up earlier,â says Ming.
âAs it happens it was stage 3 when it was finally diagnosed, over a year after her first visit to the GP,â he adds.
Now Rebecca, a BBC camera operator and aged 36, has stage 4 incurable ovarian cancer. At the time of Ming doing the photoshoots at the end of last year Rebecca was being given further chemotherapy, with her cancer having progressed after initial treatment.
Ming is optimistic âHave you been tealed?â will make a difference to other women, âHopefully, this campaign will help make everyone aware – including men – of what to look out for and not to dismiss the symptoms even in a young woman when it is much more likely to be something less serious,â says Ming.
David Lammy MP agrees. He wanted to support the campaign after losing his mother to the disease. âThis is a cause very close to my heart and I want to help raise awareness of this disease and its symptoms. Men should be just as vigilant as women when it comes to ovarian cancer, and by knowing the signs men can make a huge difference.â
If you are worried about ovarian cancer visit www.ovacome.org.ukÂ
Or phone Ovacomeâs freephone support line on 0800 008 7054. Ovacome is the support charity for women with ovarian cancer and their family members.
With the typical GP seeing just one case of ovarian cancer every five years, it can often be dismissed as something less sinister, like irritable bowel syndrome. And so it is especially important for women to remain vigilant about the symptoms.
Ovarian cancer is the fifth most common cancer to affect women – with over 7,200 new cases being reported in the UK every year, according to Cancer Research UK.
The risk of contracting the disease increases with age, with just over half – 53% of cases – being diagnosed in women aged 65 and over (CRUK).
Inheriting the faulty BRCA gene and having had breast cancer before increases a womanâs risk. And having taken the contraceptive pill, having had children and breastfeeding reduces the likelihood of contracting the disease.
If you are concerned about any symptoms you might have contact Ovacome at www.ovacome.org.ukÂ
Or the charityâs freephone support line on 0800 008 7054.
8 Tips to Stay Happy and Healthy this Spring
Itâs time to spruce up your health and wellbeing says Dr. Rangan Chatterjee, star of BBC Oneâs Doctor in the House and author of the new bestselling book The 4 Pillar Plan
In my 17 years as a doctor, Iâve seen tens of thousands of patients and have come to the realisation that we all, regardless of age, can feel better with a few simple lifestyle modifications.
Whether you have a current health complaint you want to improve or reverse or just want to have more energy and vitality in the here and now, there are ways you can do both, and more, by following a few guidelines.
My new book, The 4 Pillar Plan, sets out to do just that, keeping you healthy for life. As the name suggests, itâs split into four topics: relax, eat, move and sleep.
You neednât achieve perfection in each area but itâs important to maintain balance across all four
Here are a few suggestions to get you started…
Do what you love
Spend 15 minutes a day doing something enjoyable and relaxing, such as listening to music, reading, cooking or even deep breathing or meditation.
The point is for the activity to calm your body and therefore lower any stress or anxiety hormones, which are a hindrance to good health.
Reconnect to relatives and friends
Phoning a good friend or family member youâve not spoken to for a while, or, even better, arranging to meet in person, could be as important for your health as what you eat and drink.
Itâs known that lonely people are 30% more likely to have a stroke or heart attack, and studies have even shown better cancer survival rates in people with higher levels of social connection.
On the flip side, rejection, stress and isolation can change gene expression to make your body more inflammatory, and long-term inflammation drives many chronic health problems such as type 2 diabetes, obesity and even depression.
Fill up on veg
Aim to eat at least five different-coloured vegetables a day to not only maximise your intake of phytonutrients but also feed your good gut bugs, collectively known as your microbiome.
Studies show that one particular bacterium, Akkermansia muciniphila, is associated with better weight control and insulin sensitivity, and obese people tend to have less of it. Help this beneficial bug multiply in your gut by eating onions, garlic, leeks, bananas, Brussels sprouts, okra, cauliflower and broccoli. Fasting also leads to an increase in Akkermansia, which leads me on toâ¦
Try mini fasts
Itâs not always just about what you eat but when. In the nutrition chapter of The 4 Pillar Plan, I outline the principles of daily mini fasts, suggesting you eat all your meals and snacks within a 12-hour eating window, i.e. between 7am and 7pm. The benefits include better blood sugar balance â this is one of the keys to avoiding dementia â stronger immunity and even weight loss.
Step it up
Walking 10,000 steps per day can help you reduce your risk of Alzheimerâs, cancer, heart attacks, strokes and type 2 diabetes, as well as improve your mental wellbeing.
Try never to sit down for more than an hour at a time.
Put a reminder on your phone to get up and move around.
Also, look for as many ways as possible to incorporate walking into your life: take the stairs instead of the lift; walk into town; park at the edge of the supermarket car park; get off the bus early.
Boost your muscle mass
Between age 50 and 60, muscle mass declines by around three per cent each year but you need to maintain it if you want to live a longer, healthier life.
Strength training really helps but it doesnât need to be difficult, nor in a gym, not be time consuming.
Why not try my five-minute kitchen workout – itâs been a huge hit with my patients and can be done at home without any equipment. Itâs also a lot of fun!
Curb your caffeine
Enjoy tea and coffee before noon. Caffeine can linger in your body for hours after you drink it. Although lots of people tell me a cuppa in the afternoon doesnât affect their sleep, many of my patients above the age of 60 say cutting out caffeine after lunch has transformed their kip.
Try âNo-tech 90â
Looking at screens and smartphones at night prevents your levels of melatonin, the sleep hormone, from rising thanks to the blue light they emit. In the book, I recommend switching off all modern gadgets (smartphones, tablets and e-readers) 90 minutes before bed.
This has been life changing for many of my friends and patients, giving them increased energy, better mood and concentration, and even helping maintain a more stable, healthy weight.
I hope you find these tips useful.
Let me know on my Facebook page www.facebook.com/DrChatterjee where I host regular Facebook Live Q&A events.
Or you can find me on Instagram atÂ www.instagram.com/DrChatterjee Â Â
Spring Health Article
Eat Berries in the Morning to Improve Productivity
Yawning, falling asleep at your desk, or irritable mood â these are all symptoms of the common âafternoon slumpâ, something which most people will experience at some point. However, new research shows there might be a healthier way to beat the fatigue, and it all starts with a dose of fresh mixed berries.
Research conducted by the University of Reading, in conjunction with British Summer Fruits, the industry body that represents 98% of all berries supplied to the UKâs leading supermarkets, found that consuming mixed berries at breakfast could sustain or improve cognitive function for up to six hours after consumption.
The research which was presented at the recent International Conference on Polyphenols and Health in Quebec tested 40 adults aged between 20 and 30 years who consumed either a drink containing 75 g mix (a portion) of strawberries, raspberries, blackberries and blueberries, or a placebo. The adults were tested on a computer-based task battery examining executive function and mood at two, four and six hours after consumption.
Findings from the double-blind trial suggests that the adults who consumed the polyphenol-rich berry drinkÂ sustain cognitive performance throughout their day.
What is Polyphenol?
British Summer Fruits nutritionist, Dr Emma Derbyshire says, “Polyphenol are a type of psychochemical, which are naturally occurring compounds that give plants their colours and protect them from dangers in the natural world. Research has revealed that consumption of phytochemicals, including some polyphenols, may be good for you.”
The study also found that reaction time for those who had consumed the mixed berry drink was faster six hours after consumption compared to their performance at two hours and four hours, whereas no improvement was found for the control group. Importantly, this increased speed of performance for those who consumed berries did not result in any cost to accuracy.
Professor Claire Williams, a neuroscience professor at the University of Reading says, âThe beneficial effects of polyphenol-rich interventions on cognition have been reliably found in a number of trials. However, most of these studies have considered polyphenols from a single source with little research considering the benefits of multiple polyphenol-rich sources.Â
“We have designed this double-blind, placebo-controlled trial to test whether polyphenols from multiple berries can impact cognitive performance across the day. The study is now being written up for publication in a peer-review publication and will hopefullyÂ be published later this year.â
Previous research has shown that consuming wild blueberries can improve mood in children and young people as well as simple memory recall in primary school children.
However, to date, studies have predominantly considered polyphenols obtained from just one source, with little research considering the benefits of eating multiple polyphenol-rich sources in a single sitting.
Why do we experience an afternoon slump?
There are many reasons why we tend to feel tired and groggy in the afternoon, causing an afternoon slump. Symptoms can include, a foggy mind, heavy eyelids and the desire for a nap, but what causes it?
1. A heavy carbohydrate lunch â A lunch loaded with carbs can cause people to experience a âsugar crashâ.
2. Caffeine â You can experience a rebound in fatigue after drinking caffeine, as this would have suppressed the tiredness in the morning
3. Dehydration â Mild dehydration, can subtly yet negatively affect energy levels as well
4. Sleep deprivation â Modern society means less of us are getting enough rest to function well throughout the day
5. Stress â Stress can also remove resources from the brain leaving us physically exhausted
Dr Emma Derbyshire, Nutritionist for British Summer Fruits adds, âFrom this study we can make the assumption that if someone working a nine-to-five job consumes a mixture of strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and blackberries, it will help to improve cognitive function, through both sustained accuracy and improved reaction speeds.
“This research also points to the benefits of eating a mixture of berries, compared to just a single type of fruit.â
If faced with a busy day ahead, eating mixed berries for breakfast is good fuel to keep you on top form. From improving your mood, staying focused and juggling tasks; mixed berries provide a strong boost for cognitive performance lasting from breakfast right up until mid-afternoon.
Dr Emma Derbyshire provides her top tips on how to avoid an afternoon slump
Taking a nap may seem like the best approach to manage an afternoon slump, but for most this isnât possible.
Equally caffeine can shift your cardiac rhythm, making it harder to fall asleep at night, but there are a few ways to give yourself a boost to avoid the slump:
- Get plenty of sleep at night. If you are sleep deprived, you are more likely to experience an afternoon energy dip.
- Choose lunch wisely. Opt for high protein and low fat options. Fat takes a lot of resource to absorb. Protein on the other hand is easily digested and will keep your body supplied with energy for hours.
- Get out in the sun. Sunlight can make you more alert.
- Eat mixed berries in the morning. Berries can help improve cognitive function and accuracy for up to 6 hours after consumption.
- Exercise. Even light exercise causes a slight bump in cortisol and body temperature making you more awake.
- Avoid sugar and caffeine. They provide your body with temporary energy, but causes a big dip in energy later on in the day.
Spring Health Article
Will a Salad a Day Keep Memory Problems Away?
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Recent research published in the online issue of Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology, suggests that eating one or two servings per day of green, leafy vegetables may slow down the memory and thinking decline associated with ageing .
Researchers surveyed 960 people with an average age of 81 who had not been diagnosed with any form of dementia. The participants were asked about how often they ate certain foods. Their thinking and memory skills were then tested yearly, over a course of 4.7 years.
Participants were divided into groups based on their consumption of green, leafy vegetables. The group which ate the most servings averaged 1.3 servings per day, while the group with the fewest servings ate on average 0.1 servings per day.
Overall, the participants’ scores on the thinking and memory tests declined over time at a rate of 0.08 standardized units per year. Over 10 years of follow-up, the rate of decline for those who ate the most leafy greens was slower by 0.05 standardized units per year than the rate for those who ate the least leafy greens. This difference was equivalent to being 11 years younger in age.
Dr James Pickett, Head of Research at Alzheimerâs Society says, âItâs no secret that eating vegetables is good for your health. This study found that eating food rich in Vitamin K, such as spinach, kale, asparagus and everyoneâs favourite, Brussels sprouts, appears to slow cognitive decline as people age.
âThe researchers did not directly look at dementia, so we cannot say that it would delay or preventÂ the onset of the condition. However, older people who ate one or two servings of vitamin K rich food per day performed better on memory tests than those who didnât. In fact, their scores were similar to those of people 11 years younger, irrespective of other factors such as obesity, high blood pressure and education level.
âWhatâs good for the heart is good for the head. A healthy diet rich in essential nutrients, combined with regular exercise and avoiding smoking, can help to reduce your risk of developing dementia. So make sure your dinner is piled high with greens!â
For more information about Alzheimer’s Society visitÂ www.alzheimers.org.ukÂ
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