Have prostate hyperplasia, do you want to stay sober? Everyone knows that prostatitis poses a great harm to the function of urination. Many male friends may experience frequent and urgent urination, which has a significant impact on the normal life of patients. In order to get rid of the serious harm of the disease, patients should promptly choose effective methods for rapid treatment, and remember not to drink alcohol during treatment.
Got prostatitis why can't you drink?
The treatment of prostatitis is often due to small details that cannot be thoroughly treated
Drinking alcohol is one of the hobbies of many men, but it is well known that drinking alcohol is harmful to human health. Many patients with prostatitis have finally gotten rid of their prostatitis disease after long-term treatment, but their addiction to alcohol continues, which will put men in a dilemma and worry about the recurrence of prostatitis after drinking alcohol.
We all know that drinking alcohol is harmful to the prostate gland of men, but many men cannot resist this habit, and alcohol is also an indispensable substance in communication. If men drink alcohol, it can lead to repeated congestion of the prostate, which may lead to a recurrence of prostatitis, which has a significant impact on our health.
Patients with benign prostatic hyperplasia should not drink alcohol (remember)
Prostate hyperplasia patients are not allowed to drink or smoke. Drinking alcohol can cause vasodilation. For visceral organs that are invisible from the outside, alcohol dilation can easily cause visceral congestion. If the hyperplastic prostate is stimulated by alcohol, it is more likely to cause congestion, exacerbating the degree of hyperplasia, and thereby exacerbating the original symptoms.
Although beer has a relatively low alcohol content, it is best not to drink beer or to minimize alcohol consumption due to adverse effects on the condition of prostate hyperplasia.
If you have prostate hyperplasia, try to drink less beer to avoid worsening the condition and harming your health; At the same time, patients with prostate hyperplasia should pay attention to more exercise, strengthen nutrition, avoid sitting and holding urine for a long time, drink more water, quit smoking and alcohol, control sexual life, and avoid getting cold. These are all conducive to the rehabilitation of patients with prostate hyperplasia.
If a man has prostate hyperplasia, it is necessary to promptly detect and treat it to minimize the harm to the body. At the same time, we should also pay attention to a reasonable diet and exercise more.