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How Does Psychotherapy Help Frequent Urination Caused by Chronic Prostatitis?

Emotional activity is the external expression of human spiritual activity. Social and psychological factors mainly affect the occurrence and outcome of the disease through abnormal changes of emotions.
According to clinical research statistics, more than 70% of chronic prostatitis patients have anxiety, depression, fear, pessimism, and other symptoms of excessive tension, which seriously affect the quality of life of patients.
Experts have studied the relationship between patients' mental state and the treatment of chronic prostatitis. The results show that the degree of mental disorder is closely related to the duration of the disease. The longer the duration of the disease, the more serious the psychological disorder of the patients, and the heavier the psychological burden, the longer the duration of the disease.
The vast majority of patients have varying degrees of mental symptoms, and these mental symptoms are accompanied by some physical symptoms, such as frequent urination, urgent urination, muscle tension, and pain in the back of the waist and perineum. In this case, psychotherapy plays a very important role.
Here are several treatment options:
1. Psychological support therapy

Use active communication and communication skills to establish a good doctor-patient relationship with patients, carefully and patiently talk with patients, and rely on professional knowledge and technology to gain the trust of patients, support patients through comfort, encouragement, guidance, and other ways, strengthen their psychological coping mechanism, play their potential, and better adapt to the treatment of prostatitis.

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