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Exercise Management of Men Diagnosed With Chronic Nonbacterial Prostatitis

Prostatitis is a common and frequently-occurring disease in men, and its clinical symptoms are recurrent, sometimes mild, and sometimes severe. More than 90% of patients in clinical practice are chronic nonbacterial prostatitis. The causes of chronic aseptic prostatitis are related to decreased body resistance, bad living habits, eating habits, and work habits.

 
 
Appropriate physical activity can help the subsidence of prostate inflammation and recover prostate function. The theoretical basis is that exercise can improve the blood circulation of the whole body, including the blood circulation of the prostate, so that the secretion function of the prostate is vital, and the increased secretion of prostate fluid can dilute the bacteria. It can also excrete bacteria through urination or nocturnal emission, thus helping to eliminate prostate bacteria and promote inflammation resolution.
 
Exercise is very beneficial for chronic prostatitis because long-term exercise can effectively prevent the prostate from being squeezed and make the prostate in a relaxed state.
 
The improvement of blood circulation in the prostate itself also contributes to the elimination of bacteria and inflammation. It can cooperate with drug treatment to transport the drug to the prostate more quickly, enhance the drug's therapeutic effect, and relieve the clinical symptoms of chronic prostatitis, especially the soreness of the waist, pain, and discomfort in the perineum and lower abdomen.
 
In addition, exercise can comprehensively improve the patient's immune function and resistance to any disease. When prostatitis patients participate in sports, they need to make some choices of sports. Sports that may directly or continuously oppress the prostate should not be selected, such as cycling, horseback riding, racing, and other straddle sports.
 
You can choose other exercises, especially aerobic exercise. The amount of activity should be moderate and not excessive. Otherwise, it will also cause congestion and edema of tissues and organs, resulting in adverse consequences. Exercise can relieve prostatitis, but you can not do strenuous activities. It is appropriate to do some gentle exercises.
 
Chronic nonbacterial prostatitis should be treated comprehensively. Treatment goals are primarily pain relief, improvement in voiding symptoms, and improved quality of life. It is beneficial to treat prostatitis by exercise, but at the same time, it must be combined with other treatments.
 
Chronic nonbacterial prostatitis mainly requires patient conditioning. In addition to exercise, there are the following precautions:
 
1. Patients should abstain from alcohol and avoid spicy food.
 
2. Regular sex life. People who have the habit of masturbation are prone to prostatitis because frequent masturbation makes the prostate congested.
 
3. Prostate massage is one of the traditional treatment methods. Studies have shown that proper prostate massage can promote prostate gland duct emptying and increase local drug concentration, thereby relieving the symptoms of chronic prostatitis patients.
 
4. Warm water sitz bath can effectively relieve symptoms and promote inflammation absorption.
 
5. At the same time, it is recommended that patients should not sit for a long time, including not sitting in a car or driving for a long time, sitting in an office, and not riding a bicycle for a long time. This behavior can easily cause the prostate to be squeezed and cause inflammation to aggravate.
 
6. Prostatitis can also be treated with traditional Chinese medicine, such as Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory pill, which can play a good anti-inflammatory effect. It can effectively cure chronic nonbacterial prostatitis.
 
 
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