The prostate gland, often referred to as a man's vital gland. Men often suffer from prostate and other related diseases, such as frequent urination, urgency of urination, and burning and painful urethra during urination; Decreased libido, ejaculatory pain; Inducing premature ejaculation, etc. The malignant effects on men can be significant once an attack occurs.
As we all know, in addition to being difficult to treat, prostatitis, especially aseptic chronic prostatitis, is also very common in clinical practice, with prolonged treatment and recurrent attacks. Today, I will introduce some health care methods for prostate patients to help them recover as soon as possible.
In the circle of prostate patients, it is often heard that male friends say, "I am very busy and do not have time for prostate health care.".
Others say, "I don't have the money to do prostate health care.". What's more, some people say: "It's useless to cure, but it's impossible to cure... These statements are first wrong, followed by being irresponsible for one's own actions.".
One mistake: busy, no time for maintenance
In fact, prostate maintenance can be carried out in daily activities. For example, at work, you can get up every 1-2 hours to drink water, stretch, etc., to alleviate the pressure on the prostate caused by sitting for a long time.
Of course, it would be better if you could do some lower limb exercises such as squatting, frog jumping, and moderate "massage" on the prostate during breaks.
Two Mistakes: No money, unable to afford maintenance
Prostate maintenance can be integrated into daily life at a low cost. Of course, this requires your perseverance and perseverance. For example, walking more often during normal times can provide powerful traction to the perineum and adjacent prostate gland by swinging both legs, promoting blood circulation and ensuring their health.
In addition to exercise, it can also be combined with dietary adjuvant therapy. Some foods have preventive and adjuvant therapeutic effects on prostatitis, such as tomatoes, pumpkin seeds, broccoli, soybeans, bee pollen, and flower powder, all of which have good conditioning effects on the prostate.
Three Mistakes: Negative thoughts, let go.
"Some prostate patients have recurrent attacks of prostatitis due to lack of treatment, so they break the jar and let it go.". In fact, this will only exacerbate the increasingly serious condition. The recurrence of the condition is mostly due to incomplete treatment at the initial stage of the disease.
Therefore, it is important to warn friends of prostate patients that when symptoms occur, they must seek medical attention in a timely manner and receive symptomatic treatment. During the treatment period, they should adhere to good living habits and cooperate with dietary aids, believing that the disease can definitely stay away from you!