Prostatitis Treatment: The Benefits of Yoga and Meditation

Date:2023-04-07 click:0

It is required to mention first that most patients currently diagnosed with "prostatitis" may not produce infectious inflammation of the prostate at all. 


The more accurate name for this condition would be Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome, abbreviated as CPPS. CPPS is a syndrome of pelvic plexus sensitivity and pelvic floor muscle spasm induced by a transient infection of the male genitourinary system. People who work in a sedentary position for a long time are also prone to CPPS, which may be related to prolonged pressure on the perineum in a sitting position, reduced blood flow, and muscle spasms.

The primary clinical signs of CPPS include difficulty in initiating urination, slow urine flow, and frequent urination, accompanied by urgency in urination, a feeling of incomplete urination, and soreness and discomforts in the lower abdomen and perineum.

Yoga is a fitness method from ancient India that can be practiced for a long time to strengthen the body. In traditional yoga practices, the role of the "root chakra" is emphasized, and some people even say that you will get peace of mind if you get the peace of the root chakra. 

The area of the "root chakra" is equivalent to the location of the pelvic floor nerve muscle group in modern medicine. Therefore, relaxation and stretching exercises in this area can relieve CPPS significantly.

Yoga remains a great way to relax your body and mind through soothing and gentle yoga movements, effectively relieving stress, promoting blood circulation in the pelvic area, and making prostate fluid secretion more vigorous. In addition, many stretching and bending postures for yoga can stimulate the prostate gland, making it healthier and helping to prevent prostatitis, prostate enlargement, and other diseases.

The fact is that the majority of yoga exercises are currently able to regulate the state of health of people, not specifically for prostatitis, and general yoga exercises can be done for prostatitis treatment.

In addition, meditation can help treat prostatitis. Experts point out that, in addition to infection, disease, tobacco and alcohol, and other factors, psychological factors are also the causes of the incidence of diseases such as prostatitis. Many men develop prostatitis due to chronic stress, fatigue, etc. Therefore, meditation can be a good way to regulate this, especially for men in a long-term challenging environment.

1. Meditation is helpful for inner regulation:

Meditation can change people's inner emotions and achieve the "cultivation of the body and mind. " Meditation produces the effect of reducing stress. Regular meditation can regulate the brain nerves for brain relaxation. Therefore, meditators are more likely to achieve a relaxed and happy state than the average person.

2. Meditation helps regulate your body:

Some neurologists have taken sophisticated imaging techniques to test the brain and come to even more exciting conclusions; in deep meditation, the brain, like the body, will undergo subtle changes, and meditation trains the mind to rebalance itself in the face of mental problems, like depression and over-excitement. Meditation helps regulate your body. Many medical studies have proven meditation can prevent coronary heart disease, high blood pressure, and prostate disease. It can also improve the body's immune system.

For patients with the symptoms of prostatitis, proper meditation, and yoga will help to alleviate symptoms. Patients should also undergo certain medications, such as Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill. Or they can choose surgical treatments in more severe cases.

It is unrecommended to take drugs or take treatment measures on your own. It is recommended to go to the local regular hospital for a detailed examination to have a precise diagnosis and determine the type, and then undergo treatment under the guidance of a professional physician.

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