Prostatitis that tastes good and tastes spicy is easy to find
Poor cleaning measures for sexual behavior, frequent urination, nervousness, depression, love of alcohol, and a gluttony for spicy food can all lead to irritation in urine, increased pressure in the bladder, and backflow of urine within the prostate, which can lead to prostate inflammation.
Men with acute inflammation of the prostate often experience symptoms such as chills, fever, severe pain in the lower part, difficulty urinating, frequent urination, and general joint pain. It is also easy to have blood in the urine and abnormal secretion in the urethra. Doctors remind young men to avoid prostatitis by exercising moderation in their diet.
Alcohol is a drink that has the effect of vasodilation. The phenomenon that people often see as "blushing when drinking" is the result of alcohol expanding facial blood vessels. "For internal organs that are invisible from the outside, it is also evident that alcohol dilates blood vessels and causes organ congestion, including the prostate.". Young and middle-aged people who have a habit of drinking alcohol for a long time, even excessive drinking, are extremely prone to developing prostatitis.
Irritating foods such as scallions, garlic, chili, and pepper are also prone to vasodilation and organ congestion. Some patients with prostatitis have a spicy eating habit, often moderating when the symptoms of the disease are severe, but relapse when the symptoms are relieved, which is also an important cause of prostatitis.
Although most people know about the dangers of smoking, little is known about the effects of smoking on the prostate gland. In fact, toxic substances such as nicotine, tar, nitrosamines, and carbon monoxide in cigarettes can not only directly poison prostate tissue, but also interfere with the neural function that governs blood vessels, affect the blood circulation of the prostate, and can also aggravate prostate congestion.
In short, 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 prostatitis must overcome these bad habits, especially during the remission period of the disease, and should pay attention to perseverance to avoid exacerbating the condition due to temporary pain, leading to long-term pain.