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Chronic Prostatitis Prevention Starts with Small Details in life

Prevent Chronic Prostatitis In Daily Life

By Jane SmithPublished 2 years ago 3 min read
Chronic Prostatitis Prevention Starts with Small Details in life
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Many men are deeply troubled by various discomfort symptoms of chronic prostatitis. What factors are related to chronic prostatitis, how to prevent and treat chronic prostatitis, and what precautions are there in life?

Chronic prostatitis (CP / CPPS), as a standard and frequently-occurring disease, refers to a group of disorders characterized by pelvic pain or discomfort, abnormal urination, and other symptoms under the action of pathogens or some non-infectious factors.

Its pathogenesis is complex, and there are many treatment methods. Although there are definitive diagnosis and treatment guidelines, it is difficult to form a "gold standard" for diagnosis and treatment due to the complexity of etiology and condition. On the one hand, patients suffer from physical and psychological pain. On the other hand, doctors are often troubled by poor treatment and recurrent diseases.

At present, herbal medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill is good for treating chronic prostatitis. Most scholars believe that the incidence of prostatitis may also be related to season, diet, daily life, sexual activities, mental and psychological factors, and even associated with occupation, socio-economic status, and other factors.

Therefore, during treatment, it is essential to establish patients' confidence in overcoming diseases and develop good living habits and appropriate physical exercise to alleviate patients' symptoms.

How to prevent and treat chronic prostatitis?

1. Establish the confidence to overcome the disease

Due to the long course of chronic prostatitis, it is difficult to heal and easy to relapse, but it is not an incurable disease. As long as men develop good living habits, make psychological preparation, avoid unnecessary fear and suspicion, and deal with it realistically, they can still have no symptoms for a long time.

2. Pay attention to psychological adjustment

Try to relax. Mental tension and too much pressure will aggravate the opportunity of prostate symptoms. Clinical studies have shown that prostate symptoms fluctuate with life pressure. When the stress of life slows down, prostate symptoms will be relieved accordingly. Therefore, men should try to keep a relaxed state at ordinary times. If the patient has coke deficiency, depression, and psychological disorder, do corresponding psychological counseling, and take psychotropic drugs.

3. Pay attention to diet

Avoid spicy and stimulating foods, such as garlic, scallion, pepper, leek, etc. Quit smoking, alcohol, and coffee drinks. Because spicy and irritating food will make the prostate and bladder neck congested and aggravate local symptoms, men can eat more foods rich in zinc and selenium. Of course, lycopene and other substances in fresh fruits such as tomatoes also contribute to prostatitis.

4. Drink plenty of water properly

Regular drinking water can dilute urine concentration and alleviate the symptoms of prostatitis. A high urine concentration will stimulate the prostate, and long-term adverse stimulation is harmful to the prostate. Drinking water can increase urine output. Drinking more water can dilute the blood and effectively dilute the urine concentration.

5. Do not hold urine

Holding urine will increase the pressure when urinating, resulting in urine reflux in the prostate, which is also one of the reasons for the formation of chronic prostatitis.

6. Moderate sex life

For patients with prostatitis, sexual life should be moderate, neither indulgence nor abstinence. Frequent sexual life will make the prostate in a congestive state for a long time, which is unfavorable to the regression of inflammation. Therefore, especially in the youth with strong sexual desire, pay attention to abstinence from sexual life, avoid repeated prostate congestion, and give the prostate time for full recovery and repair.

Of course, excessive abstinence is not enough. The prostate is the most significant accessory gonad in male reproductive organs. The prostatic fluid secreted by it is an integral part of semen. Abstinence for a long time will lead to long-term accumulation of prostate fluid, which will cause fullness and discomfort and is unfavorable to the prostate.

7. Avoid continuous compression of prostate

Oppression of the perineum will cause a local poor blood supply, aggravate the symptoms of the prostate, and significantly aggravate the symptoms of patients. Avoid riding bicycles or mopeds and sitting for a long time.

8. Keep warm locally

Cold can enhance sympathetic nerve excitation, resulting in increased internal urethral pressure and reflux.

9. Warm water sitting bath

A warm water sitting bath can relieve the tension between muscles and the prostate and alleviate discomfort symptoms. However, those who have not given birth should avoid affecting fertility.

10. Pay attention to exercise

Enhance the body's immunity and disease resistance.

11. Pay attention to personal hygiene

Men's scrotum has large elasticity and secretes more sweat. In addition, the poor ventilation of the pudenda is easy to hide dirt. Keeping the perineum clean is an essential link in the prevention of prostatitis.

Phimosis should be circumcised as soon as possible to prevent bacteria from hiding and retrograding into the prostate through the urethra. Timely removal of the chronic infection focuses on other body parts to prevent bacteria from entering the prostate from the blood.

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