We often say that water is the source of life. Indeed, especially with age, the body needs more water. Men's private parts may also lack water, mainly due to neglecting to replenish water, causing cells to be in a "water deficient" state for a long time.
Human organs and histiocyte will shrink if they do not get enough water for a long time. Body fluids (blood and urine) are concentrated, which not only is prone to cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, urinary system stones, but also is prone to damage organs along the way of urination due to the concentration of urine and the reduction of urination frequency, among which the prostate is most likely to be injured.
The prostatic fluid produced by the prostate is gradually discharged into the posterior urethra, and is washed out of the body with each urination. In general, the discharge of prostatic fluid is very small. For men with too long urination interval, prostatic fluid accumulates and concentrates in the posterior urethra for a long time, which may cause irritation to the urethra and easily induce infection. It can even "escape" to the external opening of the urethra without urination, causing the opening of the urethra to become red, and some people have discomfort symptoms such as swelling and pain at the opening of the urethra, resulting in "white" phenomenon. In addition, a decrease in water intake leads to concentrated urine and reduced urination frequency. Harmful substances in urine are also detrimental to the health of the prostate, kidneys, bladder, and other organs.
In the absence of heart disease and kidney disease, men should develop a habit of regularly replenishing water. They should drink 1500-2000 milliliters of boiling water or tea every day to fully flush the urethra through urine, which is conducive to the discharge of prostate secretions and can ensure the safety of the prostate. Even for prostate disease patients with frequent urination symptoms, it is important to drink more water. To avoid excessive bladder filling and frequent waking up after sleep, it is recommended to reduce the amount of water consumed at night and adjust to drinking more during the day.
(Intern Editor: Chen Hao)