Prostate pain is a common problem in men, which has a great impact on male health.

The common causes of prostate pain are pathogenic biological factors. Infections caused by a variety of pathogenic microorganisms, viruses, mycoplasma, chlamydia, bacteria, spirochetes, fungi, trichomonas and so on can result in prostate pain, and the main approach is the urinary tract infection.

In some cases, when a man has normal immunity, he won't get infected even though there are pathogens in the urethra. Conversely, if the body immunity gets weakened, the male will get sick easily due to the bacterial infection.

For example, Prostatitis is a very common disease in males, which can be caused by many factors, including bacterial infection. Patients with prostatitis will suffer from painful urination and other pain as well as discomfort in the urinary system. Commonly, you can take the herbal medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill to solve the inflammation in the urinary system, including prostatitis, seminal vesiculitis, urinary tract infection and so on.

Besides, unhealthy living habits can also lead to prostate pain in males. Alcohol can make the capillaries of the whole body congestive, causing prostate congestion and pain. Eating chili and other excitant foods can stimulate alimentary canal, cause urinary tract congestion and lead to constipation easily, which are very unfavorable to the local metabolism. In this case, it can easily lead to pain and inflammation.

In rare cases, negative psychological factors can be considered. Mental activities in males are very complex, and people are impatient these days. Due to the influence of various psychological factors, such as depression, irritation, anxiety and impatience, males immunity can be affected as well, which makes prostate diseases incidence rate increased. So male friends may often feel prostate pain suddenly.

How to prevent prostate pain? Try these 4 method.

1.Drink more water

The most direct and effective way to prevent prostate pain is to drink plenty of water. The lack of water in the body can lead to a decrease in metabolic capacity, which can also lead to increased urine concentration. Toxic and harmful substances in high-concentration urine can damage the urinary system and cause prostatitis as well as other inflammations if they are not excreted in time. Therefore, male friends at ordinary times should drink more water, especially the warm water. Cool water or cold water easily irritate the prostate gland, which is not conducive to the prostate protection. In addition, men must urinate in time, which is also the process of detoxification.

2.Stay away from alcohol

Wine and water are both liquid, but it's well known that drinking too much wine will hurt you. Drinking alcohol is a perennial habit of many men. Drinking congests the capillaries in your body and causes mild edema, including the prostate gland. And the connective tissues of muscle fiber are all around the prostate gland, so the edema usually occurs inside the organ, leading to obvious prostate pain. Therefore, it is needed to stay away from alcohol as far as possible.

3.Eat light food

Drinking alcohol can stimulate your prostate gland, so can spicy food. Therefore, you should eat more light food in daily life, commonly vegetables and fruits. Recommended vegetables include tomato, cabbage, cucumber, celery, lotus root, broccoli, lettuce, potato, mushroom, green beans, pumpkin, eggplant, wax gourd and so on. Recommended fruits include apple, pear, peach, watermelon, grape, banana, pineapple, strawberry, cherry, orange, pawpaw, coconut, mango and so on.

4.Participate in more activities

Participating in more activities can not only help you enhance the body immunity, but also make you avoid being sedentary, which is also a bad habit that can suppress your prostate gland and give rise to pain or inflammation. The recommended activities are jogging, running, playing table tennis, playing badminton and so on.

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