How to do Exercise Therapy For Chronic Prostatitis?

How to do Exercise Therapy For Chronic Prostatitis?

Lack of exercise is one of the worst lifestyles for men today. According to data analysis, the cardiopulmonary function of many young people aged 30-40 is worse than that of the middle-aged and older adults aged 50-60. Many diseases that are easy to appear in middle and old age have widely occurred in young people about 30 years old. This situation is not optimistic.

There are many methods for the treatment and rehabilitation of chronic prostatitis. Antibiotics are commonly used in the treatment of prostatitis. Most of the antibiotics are useful to Gram-positive bacilli causing urinary tract infection when diffused into the prostatic fluid from plasma. However, the therapeutic effect is not ideal because they can not pass through the prostatic epithelium’s lipid membrane and enter the prostatic acinus to achieve a therapeutic effect.

Natural medicine treatment of chronic prostatitis is mainly symptomatic treatment. The commonly used medicine includes Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, which has functions of clearing away heat and toxin, promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis. It can eliminate symptoms and improve the body’s ability to resist viruses and bacteria, preventing disease recurrence.

Besides medication, exercise therapy is also worth studying. In practice, for chronic nonbacterial prostatitis or prostatitis caused by stress, the effect of exercise therapy is also good.

Doctors gave Sixty-five patients with chronic aseptic prostatitis exercise guidance. Most of them are accompanied by mental fatigue, pudendal dampness, insomnia and dreaminess, waist and knee soreness, lower body fear of cold, mental depression, hand-foot heart heat, dizziness, forgetfulness, tinnitus, memory loss, lack of self-confidence, and other symptoms. Considering that patients’ symptoms are related to mental factors, doctors suggest that they use exercise therapy, guide them to jog or play taijiquan, and require them to persist for 1-2 hours every day (or the next day).

Two months later, the results showed that the clinical symptoms of 65 patients were significantly improved, especially some mental symptoms such as mental fatigue, insomnia, and dreaminess. And the discomfort of the perineum and urination were also basically eliminated.

In conclusion, scientific physical exercise has a noticeable effect on rehabilitating patients with chronic prostatitis, especially those with stress prostatitis.

So, what kind of exercise is beneficial to the rehabilitation of chronic prostatitis? To sum up: aerobic, persistent, timely, appropriate, and start immediately. Jogging, fast walking, swimming, and Tai Chi are all good.

Aerobic exercise generally refers to the number of heartbeats during exercise + my age (age) = 170 is appropriate; this intensity of exercise is called aerobic exercise. The duration of each activity is not less than 40 minutes.

For people without organic diseases in the cardiovascular system, aerobic exercise can enhance their physique and improve the blood supply function of the cardiovascular system, promote blood circulation, improve disease resistance, and reduce pelvic congestion.

In clinical practice, most of the patients with chronic prostatitis and prostate dysfunction who take aerobic exercise at the same time can recover in a short time.

On the contrary, those who only want to rely on drug treatment and ignore sports and mental health care often lose their medical confidence. The effect of drug treatment can not be “perfect” and eventually affect their rehabilitation.

Besides, we emphasize aerobic exercise rather than high-intensity exercise. Excessive exercise can cause sports trauma and negatively impact the physiological function of the body organs. Too small exercise amount has a fitness effect, but it often can not play a better result. Therefore, scientific exercise will certainly be conducive to the rehabilitation of chronic prostatitis and prostate dysfunction.

Many patients with chronic prostatitis are over 35 years old. When they are asked to do sports, they often have different opinions. They will wonder whether it’s too late to start sports at this age? This kind of understanding is entirely wrong. For everyone, whenever you begin to exercise, the effect is pronounced. Many people who start sports after retirement also realize the benefits of sports. Therefore, exercise from now on.

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