LIFESTYLE DURING OF A PROSTATITIS PATIENT AND RISK FACTORS: HOME REMEDIES

stephany By On 14/04/2020 at 18:02

In Male Infertility

Nutritional supplements are good, but your habits, proper lifestyle and nutrition play a valuable role in the complex treatment of chronic prostatitis and BPH.

Lifestyle Changes: such as weight loss and diet changes, learning to relax, and exercises helps to ease symptoms.

 

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HERBAL TEA TO CURE PROSTATITIS

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With an increase in the prostate gland, urologists advise:

• Refuse alcohol, including beer and low alcohol drinks.

• Go to the toilet before leaving your home and going to bed to avoid awkward moments in a public place and reduce the number of night awakenings.

• Empty the bladder thoroughly to reduce leakage after the toilet.

• Apply a gentle massage of the urethra after urination to express residual urine.

• Drink the liquid in small portions throughout the day and do not get drunk 2 hours before bedtime.

• If necessary, use urological pads that prevent discomfort and unpleasant consequences due to wet laundry.

• Avoid sedentary lifestyles and move as much as possible.

• Avoid stresses that increase urination.

• Drink at least 2 liters of fluid per day.

 

What causes an enlarged prostate gland?


If prostatitis can be caused by infection, then the adenoma in the vast majority of cases is an idiopathic disease, that is, without a specific cause. Urologists are still figuring out what triggers an abnormal proliferation of prostate tissue. Unlike prostatitis, which is “submissive to all ages,” BPH affects mainly men over 40, and the incidence increases dramatically with age.

Some foreign studies suggest that adenoma is caused by natural hormonal changes that occur in the male body during aging.

When we get older, the hormonal background changes dramatically - especially with regard to the content of testosterone, estrogen and dihydrotestosterone (DHT). It is assumed that a violation of the ratio of these hormones "confuses" the gland cells.

 

 

Risk factors for prostatic hyperplasia:

 

• Elderly age

• The presence of diabetes

• Burdened family history

• Overweight and obesity

• Coronary heart disease

• East Asian roots

On average, by the 60th birthday, 50% of men suffer from benign prostatic hyperplasia of one degree or another.

 

By the age of 85 years, an increase in the prostate is observed in almost 90% of men.

 

Recommended foods for adenoma and prostatitis.


Treatment of prostatitis and BPH should be supplemented with a proper diet. These male diseases are not the case when a handful of pills is enough. The success of treatment requires continuity and an integrated approach.

 

 

Recommended products for prostatitis and adenoma:

• Sources of fiber: whole grains, legumes, dark leafy greens

• Sources of antioxidants: bright vegetables and fruits of all colors of the rainbow 

• Sources of zinc: poultry, eggs, seafood, nuts and pumpkin seeds

• Phytoestrogens: soy products, beans, Turkish peas, alfalfa

• Omega-3 acids: salmon, nuts and seeds (chia, hemp)

Men with prostatitis and benign prostatic hyperplasia should limit alcohol, nicotine, caffeine, sodas, refined carbohydrates, and red meat.

 

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