Do Prostatitis Ptients Have Requirements to Sleeping Positions?

Date:2021-07-13 click:0
Some men with prostatitis often need to sit for at least eight hours a day, which increases their risk of prostatitis. Other individuals are more prone to prostatitis, which is caused by bad living habits, like sleeping position.
During sleep, your body works to repair itself. Your sleep position can either help or hinder that process, depending on your sleep position. It’s also common for people to wake up with painful prostate in the morning, sometimes due to poor sleep position.

There are three poor sleep positions:
The first position is sleeping on your stomach.
This position dramatically increases your risk of prostatitis because it crunches the internal organs and penis that may lead to blood circulation blockage. This sleeping position often causes frequent nocturnal emissions, which make them feel dizzy and weak. On top of that, this position will make the scrotum compression and make the scrotum temperature rise, which is not conducive to testis spermatogenesis and reduces male fertility.
If this position is the most comfortable for you, you had better change it. You need to ensure that your sleep position will help to ease the stress on your scrotum.
The second position is sleeping on your side.
It's reported that the best side to sleep on is your left side. Sleeping on your right side may restrict blood flow and also may put pressure on your liver. Sleeping on your right side could also worsen instances of heartburn and put a strain on other internal organs.
But for men with prostatitis, it would be better for them to avoid this position. Because it's not good for your prostate. The blood circulation of the prostate gland will appear blockage, metabolism, and nutritional supply function will worsen, accompanied by declined immunity and resistance. Therefore, the position increases the incidence of prostate disease.
The third position is the baby position.
The baby position is where a person sleeps on their side with their legs curled up underneath them. The baby position is one of the most common sleeping positions around. Who doesn't love curling up after a long day?
However, the baby position has gotten a bit of a bad rep for potentially causing strain on your abdominal cavity and bladder. The prostate, located in between the abdominal cavity and bladder, also suffers from indirect compression. Besides, sleeping in the baby position causes the contraction and inward squeezing of the perineum and then lead to indirect oppression of the prostate gland adjacent to the perineum.
All the above sleep positions have negative impacts as they can oppress the reproductive organ and cause prostatitis. 
Prostatitis can greatly affect male life. And treatment is necessary. Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, as a patent herbal medicine, it adheres to the characteristics of the holistic treatment of traditional Chinese medicine, and it can treat not only the diseased area but also inhibit the further spread of inflammation.
Prevention is always important than treatment. It's necessary for men with prostatitis to improve their sleeping position. 
So what is the best sleeping position for men with prostatitis?

Sleeping on the back is the most suitable position for men with prostatitis. You can sleep on your back and naturally spread your legs to avoid pressure on your internal and reproductive organs. This position gives the scrotum and penis sufficient room to rest. 
It can effectively dissipate heat and promote reproductive organs' blood circulation, which is most beneficial to reproductive system health and sexual function. It can relieve the pressure of the prostate, reduce the incidence of prostatitis.

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