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Why is Prostatitis so Common? You Can't Get Away from 5 Triggers

As people age, they are more likely to suffer from prostatitis. Prostatitis is a common disease of the genitourinary system. If acute prostatitis is not effectively controlled, it will turn into chronic prostatitis, and the condition will recur, even affecting sexual performance.

Why is prostatitis so common? You can't get away from these 5 triggers.
1. Cold in the prostate
There are a lot of adrenal receptors in the prostate. When the body is cold, the prostate will also be cold, causing sympathetic overexcitation, leading to the contraction of the anterior gland, increasing the pressure in the urethra, and affecting urination. Difficulties in urination will damage the prostate gland, thus entering a vicious cycle, reducing prostate resistance and inducing prostatitis.

2. Drink a lot of alcohol
When alcohol enters the body, it is quickly absorbed into the blood. Alcohol follows the blood circulation to all parts of the body. The prostate itself is very sensitive. When sexually stimulated, it becomes incredibly excited, resulting in local capillaries in a dilated and engorged state. This causes the cells to swell, raising blood alcohol levels and making the prostate more engorged and swollen. If the swelling doesn't go down, it can cause prostatitis.
3. Prostate congestion
Do not control eating spicy and stimulating food can cause blood vessel dilation and sexual organ congestion, reduce local resistance so that there are many bacteria in the prostate, and eventually induce prostatitis. In addition, if the perineum is oppressed for a long time or sex is too frequent, it will also make the prostate over-congested and cause disease.
4. Hold your urine
The prostate can enhance sympathetic excitability at low temperatures. It causes the prostate gland to contract, increasing the pressure in the urethra and the build-up of prostate fluid. Holding in urine for various reasons can slow down your metabolism and cause disease attacks.
5. Blood circulation infection
Bacteria in the skin, respiratory tract, or gut can follow the blood circulation into the prostate and cause disease. In addition, the rectum, bladder, and colon are close to the prostate. Infection inflammation can spread to the prostate gland and cause prostatitis.
When infected with prostatitis, patients need aggressive treatment. Prostatitis is indeed more challenging to treat, but it is also divided into mild and severe. If antibiotics can be used to control inflammation when the disease is mild, there is hope that prostatitis will be cured.
It's just that some patients don't notice when the disease is mild. By the time it is detected, the disease has become chronic, and the best time to treat it is missed, and the time to treat it is prolonged. Compared with antibiotics, the traditional Chinese medicine Diuretic Anti-inflammatory Pill has a good effect on chronic prostatitis. It can eliminate the patient's symptoms without harming the body.
In addition, patients need to pay attention to the following:
Drink plenty of water, and don't hold your urine. Drinking more water and urinating can reduce the concentration of bacteria in your urine and prevent prostate irritation. When you have the urge to urinate, you should urinate promptly and not hold it in. Keep an optimistic attitude and timely reduce life pressure.
Pay attention to local hygiene. The scrotum has a good contraction, and there are a lot of sweat glands secreted; coupled with poor local ventilation, there will be a lot of dirt hiding, resulting in bacteria invading and causing prostatitis. So keep the local clean and hygienic, and carefully wash the reproductive parts. 
In addition, men should do an excellent job of cold prevention and warm work and avoid local colds not to enhance sympathetic nerve excitability, increase urethral pressure and cause urine reflux.
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