Five Things to Avoid for Prostatitis Prevention

Date:2022-10-07 click:0
The prostate is an essential reproductive organ that plays a significant role in reproduction and sexual function. If germs accidentally infect the prostate, it is likely to cause prostate tissue lesions and lead to various diseases, such as prostatitis.

This disease is common in young people under the age of 50. After the onset, patients will have dysuria, lower abdominal pain, and testicular swelling and pain. With the development of the disease, some serious patients may also have decreased sexual desire and sexual dysfunction.
Therefore, patients should pay special attention to prevent this disease in time.
1. Don't sit too long
First of all, patients should change their sedentary habits in time. If a patient often stays in a position for a long time in normal times, it will lead to the prostate being in a state of congestion. It will directly oppress the prostate, blocking the prostate gland tube, and excretion will become more complex, eventually leading to prostatitis.
In this regard, the patient should try to avoid sitting for a long time, get up and exercise appropriately every 1 hour to promote blood circulation to prevent disease occurrence better.
2. Controlled life
If the patient has sex frequently, it may also cause congestion in the prostate, thus causing significant damage to the prostate.
Therefore, in normal times, patients should pay attention to controlling the frequency of sexual life, promoting the blood circulation of the prostate, and improving the prostate's health, so as not to cause inflammation.
3. Maintain personal hygiene
Because the scrotum has a large stretch, it secretes more sweat, making it easy to be infected by bacteria, leading to prostate inflammation.
Therefore, patients should pay attention to personal hygiene and regularly clean their reproductive organs to prevent prostatitis. In addition, before each sexual activity, the patient had better flush the external genitalia.
4. Dietary regulation
Patients should also pay attention to the adjustment of diet at ordinary times. They should try not to drink and eat less spicy food, such as pepper, ginger, onions, and garlic. Because this kind of food is very irritating, if the patient overeats it, it is likely to cause damage to the prostate and bladder neck, making the prostate repeatedly congested. Then the symptoms of local swelling and pain appear.
At the same time, spicy food will also stimulate the intestines and stomach, which will affect the patient's normal defecation, thus further aggravating the damage to the prostate. Therefore, the patient had better eat more fresh fruits and vegetables at ordinary times.
5. Don't hold your urine
If the patient habitually holds back urine frequently, it is also likely to cause prostatitis. The main reason for this problem is that there are a lot of bacteria in the urine. If patients hold their urine for a long time, it will lead to backflow of urine and constantly stimulate the prostate. It causes inflammation of the prostate. Therefore, patients should correct this bad habit in time.
These are the five main ways to prevent prostatitis. For most patients, the occurrence of prostate disease will stimulate the patient's reproductive organs and will also affect everyday life. Therefore, patients should try their best to do these things at ordinary times, and strengthen the protection of the prostate, to effectively reduce the risk of disease.
However, once the patient has abnormal symptoms such as testicular swelling and pain, it is necessary to go to the hospital immediately for examination, identify the cause as soon as possible, and then treat it symptomatically to avoid aggravating the disease. For the diagnosed prostatitis, the Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill in Li Xiaoping's TCM Clinic is the right choice, which can not only eliminate the symptoms but also eliminate the causes to achieve the goal of cure.
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