AIM ReAssure® delivers results!

Several years ago, before I began to take AIM ReAssure®, I developed the signs of benign prostatic hyperplasia (enlarged prostate gland). I experienced seven symptoms: a frequent urge to urinate; interrupted flow (urinating in waves rather than a steady stream); weaker-than-normal urine flow; dribbling after urinating; excessive urinating at night; a sensation of not completely emptying my bladder; and a sudden, uncontrollable urge to urinate.

When AIM introduced AIM ReAssure®, I tried it immediately, and Wow! I got great results with all the symptoms, and it only took a couple of weeks to build up enough in my system for it to start working. I know it is AIM ReAssure® that is making the difference because several times I have forgotten to take it with me when I travel, and the symptoms always came back. Yet, when I start taking AIM ReAssure® again, the symptoms go away. Needless to say, I never forget it anymore when I travel.

Since switching to AIM ReAssure®, I’ve learned it works through three mechanisms: as an anti-inflammatory; a muscle relaxant (the prostate is a muscular gland); and as an antioxidant; whereas, saw palmetto works only through one mechanism, which is probably why it was not nearly as effective.

This problem affects more men than they are likely to admit—approximately 50% by the time they reach age 50. I started using AIM ReAssure® at around age 54, and I believe I addressed the problem before an infection set in because I never had fever or pain. However, had AIM ReAssure® been available sooner, and knowing what I now know, I would have started using it much earlier as a preventative health measure to keep my prostate gland in good order BEFORE symptoms had a chance to develop. I believe that the longer I can keep prostate problems subdued with AIM ReAssure®, the more likely I will be able to halt the progression of prostate cancer.

I hope this information will help encourage someone else, and that they get the same positive result that I did.

Don Hicks
Marion, TX

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