Prostate disease is a common disease in men. Prostate disease directly affects men's life and work, making patients very painful. In fact, patients with prostate disease are not only limited in their work and life, but also need to pay attention to their diet. What are the dietary taboos for prostatitis? Next, let me tell you. I hope it can help male friends.
1、 It is better not to eat spicy food for prostatitis: irritant foods such as scallions, raw garlic, chili, pepper and so on can cause vasodilation and organ congestion. Some patients with chronic prostatitis have the habit of eating spicy food, and can control when the symptoms of the disease are severe, but relapse when the symptoms are relieved, which is also an important reason for the persistence of prostatitis. Therefore, in order to avoid long-term and repeated chronic congestion of prostate tissue, it is necessary to avoid smoking, alcohol and spicy food. Patients with chronic prostatitis must overcome these bad habits, especially in the remission period of the disease, so as not to aggravate the disease due to temporary pain and lead to long-term pain.
2、 No drinking for prostatitis: alcohol is a kind of drink with vasodilation effect. Alcohol can cause congestion of internal organs, and the prostate is no exception. Because some young people have the habit of drinking for a long time or even drinking heavily, chronic prostatitis is not easy to cure, and even if cured, it is very easy to relapse. Therefore, patients with prostatitis should abstain from drinking.
3、 It is better for prostate patients not to smoke: cigarettes are harmful to health. The nicotine, tar, nitrosamines, carbon monoxide and other toxic substances in cigarettes can not only directly poison prostate tissue, but also interfere with the nerve function that controls blood vessels, affect the blood circulation of the prostate, and also aggravate the congestion of the prostate.
4、 It is best to avoid hair products for prostatitis: patients with prostatitis are very sensitive to hair products, and patients with clinically common prostate diseases have no symptoms of urination after eating hair products. This may be caused by the irritation of the body after the hair enters the body, which makes the diseased prostate hyperemia and edema and oppress the urethra. Common hair products include: dog meat, mutton, bird meat, venison, pig head meat, leek, garlic sprouts, etc. This is the food that prostatitis cannot eat.