Recurrent Prostatitis: Psychological Cues Paly an Important Role

Date:2022-08-04 click:0
Prostatitis recurs, the course of the disease persists, the symptoms are repeated, and it is difficult to recover, which will cause psychological burden and mental stress for most patients. The patient's psychology will suggest to himself that this is an incurable disease and will also drag down his family. In addition, many propaganda and advertisements exaggerate the harm of prostatitis, causing patients to have fear, anxiety, and other negative psychology.

Studies have shown that more than half of the long-term cured prostatitis patients have obvious psychological barriers. Changes in these psychological factors lead to further deterioration of the condition.
1. Psychological factors affect endocrine
The prostate is an accessory gonadal gonad of the male reproductive system and an endocrine organ. However, due to psychological factors in patients with prostatitis, the balance of endocrine will be affected, resulting in abnormal secretion of the prostate gland, leading to the recurrence of prostatitis.
2. Psychological factors lead to neuroinflammation
Long-term psychological hints will lead to mental depression in patients, which will cause peripheral nerve endings to release substances such as neuropeptides and stimulate macrophages to release various inflammatory transmitters, causing neuroinflammation. Mental and psychological factors induce neuroinflammation, aggravate the symptoms of prostatitis, and cause the disease to be prolonged and difficult to heal.
Studies have shown that more than half of the long-term unhealed prostatitis patients have obvious mental and psychological factors, such as anxiety, inhibition, doubt, disease, and suicidal tendencies. Changes in these mental and psychological factors lead to neurological disorders, resulting in neuromuscular dysfunction of the posterior urethra, pain in the pelvic region, and urinary dysfunction. Symptoms can only be relieved or eliminated by eliminating mental tension.
Therefore, patients should be given comprehensive and effective psychological intervention measures during clinical treatment.
1. Cognitive Therapy
Doctors actively communicate with patients to understand patients' cognition of chronic prostatitis and to effectively identify and correct some existing cognitive misunderstandings and misunderstandings of patients. They can also issue health knowledge manuals to patients. Systematically explain the disease-related knowledge of chronic prostatitis to patients and cooperate with popular science videos to help patients reconstruct the correct cognition of the disease.
2. Grooming therapy
Doctors can play soothing and pleasant music to make patients relax as much as possible. In a relaxed and comfortable music atmosphere, they can talk to patients, follow good guidance, analyze and summarize their psychological problems, provide advice for their psychological issues, and tell patients to maintain a good attitude towards the disease. Control is of great significance, guiding patients to learn how to vent their inner pressure and negative emotions properly.
3. Positive hints
Doctors need to inform patients that chronic prostatitis can effectively control the disease and relieve symptoms through scientific and reasonable treatment, explain relevant treatment methods and effects to patients, and invite some patients with better treatment effects to speak out or record videos to share their own treatment experience. The positive psychological suggestion method enables patients to be positively motivated and establishes confidence in treatment.
4. Family Support
Doctors should communicate with the patient's family, especially the patient's spouse. The patient's spouse should be considerate of the patient, such as erectile dysfunction and other issues, and encourage the patient's family to comfort the patient, stay by the patient's side and give the patient encouragement and support.
Prostatitis has a long course of the disease, is easy to relapse and is difficult to cure, and the patients are under great psychological pressure. Therefore, it is an indispensable nursing content to implement strong psychological intervention measures for such patients. At the same time, combining other drug treatments, such as Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, is necessary to eliminate inflammation. It can relieve the pain of prostate congestion, improve the patient's abnormal urination symptoms, improve the clinical treatment effect, and promote the patient's recovery.
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