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Why Are You Anxious and Depressed? Chronic Prostatitis Causes Psychological Symptoms

Chronic prostatitis is a very common disease. Once men suffer from this disease, it will have some impact on their daily life and work. Therefore, early detection and treatment measures should be taken once this disease occurs to prevent further deterioration of the disease. If not treated in time, it will have a negative impact on the body and mind. Therefore, men must pay high attention to it.


From its own perspective, chronic prostatitis is just an inflammation of the prostate. It should not cause systemic psychological symptoms. It only manifests as local urinary symptoms and some discomfort, such as frequent urination, urgency, incomplete urination, and sometimes painful urination. 

In addition, local discomfort mainly manifests as pain and discomfort, such as the perineum, lower abdomen, bilateral inguinal region, and posterior lumbosacral region, etc. However, due to the long treatment cycle of chronic prostatitis, at least four to six weeks, it is possible to relapse, and some patients may relapse repeatedly, which causes certain pressure on the patient's mental health. 

Therefore, if some patients have poor psychological resilience and weak ability to withstand psychological and mental stress, they may experience mental symptoms such as depression, etc.

In addition, some men with chronic prostatitis may lead to anxiety and depression. There are many sequelae of prostatitis. It may cause some negative effects on men's mental health, making patients feel nervous and depressed. Therefore, men must learn to relax and face such diseases.

Patients with chronic prostatitis may experience mental symptoms such as insomnia, dizziness, or depression, emotional instability, and nervousness. Some patients may even think that prostatitis is a sexually transmitted disease, which may lead to suicidal thoughts. Therefore, once these abnormal phenomena occur, it is necessary to adopt scientific and correct treatment methods to prevent them.

For the treatment of chronic prostatitis, herbal medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill can effectively eliminate related symptoms and relieve anxiety.

At the same time, men must focus on prevention in their daily lives.

1. Regular sexual life. Regular sexual activity can prevent prostatitis. Maintaining a relatively stable sexual partner, having regular sexual activity, and avoiding frequent masturbation can help the prostate fluid to self-renew regularly, effectively preventing prostatitis.

2. Enhance immunity. Enhancing immunity can help prevent prostatitis. Developing healthy and regular habits such as not smoking, not drinking alcohol, and not staying up late, as well as maintaining a good mentality by avoiding anxiety, anger, and sadness, can enhance immunity and effectively prevent prostatitis.

3. Moderate exercise. Moderate exercise can prevent prostatitis. It is recommended to exercise for 30-60 minutes every day, such as walking, jogging, swimming, badminton, etc., and avoid prolonged sitting or standing, which is an effective measure to prevent prostatitis.

4. Balanced diet. A balanced diet is a way to prevent prostatitis. The diet should be diverse and nutritionally balanced, with a focus on light and less salty, oily, and heavy-flavored foods. Avoid overeating and eating spicy and stimulating foods such as chili, garlic, and pepper. A balanced diet can help protect the prostate and to some extent prevent prostatitis.

Once chronic prostatitis occurs, men should learn to relax, face their illness bravely, and cooperate with their doctors' treatment to effectively prevent the condition from worsening.

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