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How to prevent prostatitis in winter?

Because of winter in the winter months, patients with prostatitis should pay more attention to do look after prostate, so as not to deteriorate the situation, then the way to properly nurse in winter?

Due for the temperature in winter is pretty low, many people always decide to endure whenever they feel that these people have a a feeling of urine. They do not are aware that Long term urinary retention might cause harmful effects on blood circulation within the prostate and bladder neck. Which aggravates the the signs of prostatitis. Doctors remind that it must be best to go for the toilet if you have feeling of urine to stop burdening the bladder.

when friends get togather, wine and meat is indispensable. Alcohol is simple to cause bladder neck congestion and edema, oppressing the prostate, resulting in patients of prostatitis challenging to urinate; and spicy your meals are also not conducive towards the recovery of inflammation of prostate, so prostatitis patients in the diet should pay attention to lessen the usage of spicy, stimulating food, they should eat light food as well as simple to digest food.

When people going out to play, they need to avoid located on the cold stone bench within the park randomly, so as not to permit the lower body get cold. Before going to bed every evening, people can repeatedly massage the acupoints like perineum, Zhongji, Yongquan, Guanyuan, and  .
do more exercising on weekdays to improve the resistance from the body.

Patients should check and treat it timely.  
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