How do men protect the prostate? Prostate cancer is a disease with a high incidence rate in men. Male friends should do a good job in disease prevention. If they want to prevent prostate cancer, they should do a good job in health care. How do men protect the prostate? Here is an introduction.
One of the most painful diseases for men is prostate disease. In many cases, the phenomenon of frequent, urgent and endless urination in men is considered as the rhythm of kidney deficiency. This is not the case. Health experts say this is actually a problem with the prostate. In the prostate, men should learn to ensure their health.
Because the prostate is close to the bladder, there will be prostate problems, resulting in abnormal urination. Because the prostate keeps the upper mouth of the urethra, once there is a problem, it will inevitably lead to abnormal urination. Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), represented by prostate diseases, is a problem that middle-aged and elderly men must face. A survey of 8252 men over 60 years old in six cities in China found that the rate of benign prostatic hyperplasia was 41.2% 61.4%, that is, about half of middle-aged and elderly men could not avoid prostate disease.
Prostate problems affect men's lives to a large extent and make people feel inferiority complex, so we should treat them as soon as possible. Prostate degeneration will compress the urethra and increase the pressure in the bladder. The bladder detrusor will gradually thicken and become more and more unstable, resulting in a series of symptoms such as waiting for urination, urgency, frequency of urination, nocturnal urination, urine drip, urinary incontinence, etc. They dare not drink water before going to bed at night. Sometimes they even run to the toilet after watching the movie, and take the urinal with them when driving.
If the bladder is exposed to high pressure for a long time, it will become sensitive and show urgency. Patients often suddenly have a strong desire to urinate, which is difficult to control, even urinary incontinence. This is overactive bladder (OAB). After investigating men over 50 years old in many communities in Beijing, researchers found that 26.3% of them were overactive bladder. The older they were, the higher the prevalence rate was. They always smell of urine and dare not exercise. They have to find the location of the toilet after going out. They are afraid that they will lose the ability of urination and self-control, which will make these men suffer double physical and psychological blows. However, only 15% of them went to the hospital and 85% stayed at home. Some old people fell and broke bones because they were worried about getting up.
For prostate patients, they must be treated in a regular hospital in time to effectively relieve pain. If the treatment is not timely, it may leave a lifelong regret, and even the disease will accompany it for life.