These practices tend to aggravate prostate calcification, and some should be stopped immediately
Prostate calcification is a relatively common prostate disease in men, which is very harmful to men and brings many inconveniences to men, making them unable to work at ease, and also making their families very painful. Many patients do not fully understand what prostate calcification is, resulting in no timely treatment or incorrect treatment, delaying the best treatment opportunity.
In fact, the calcification of the prostate is the same as the scale in the thermos used in our home, because the garbage and toxin in the prostate can not be removed in time due to the lack of smooth blood circulation. Over time, the calcification of the prostate is formed.
Generally speaking, the following groups are the most likely to cause prostate calcification
① Work and rest are irregular and often stay up late. Men with low immune function due to overwork
② Men who often eat spicy food, smoke and drink alcohol, drink less water and are sedentary
③ Men who have an unbalanced diet and love meat and acidic foods (such as egg yolk, cheese, dessert, tuna, halibut, etc.)
④ Men who do not often eat nuts (raw South melon seeds and nuts), vegetables, fruits and bee pollen
Prostate calcification is not an incurable disease, but its treatment is more complex. In addition to following the doctor's advice, here are four maintenance and treatment methods to share with you
1、 Combine work and rest, and carry out appropriate sports, especially to strengthen pelvic muscles. Avoid sitting in silence for a long time, riding a bicycle for a long time, squatting for a long time, controlling the defecation time within 3-5 minutes, and sitting in a wet place.
2、 Pay attention to diet, drink more water, do not hold urine, avoid alcohol and spicy food.
3、 Eat less meat and acidic food, eat more vegetables, fruits, nuts and bee pollen, such as Huajinxin powder, which has a good conditioning effect on the prostate.
4、 Proper sex life, neither excessive indulgence nor abstinence. Generally speaking, young people with prostatitis have sex three times a week, and middle-aged people have sex twice a week.
Do many patients worry that prostate calcification will become cancerous? In fact, if there are no symptoms and no treatment is needed, it is OK to keep regular reexamination. If there is obvious discomfort, symptomatic treatment can be considered, and generally there is no canceration. However, the possibility of metastasis is not ruled out. If you feel uneasy, you can go to a regular hospital for further examination.