In daily life, prostatitis has become a disease with high incidence in men of all ages. In recent years, the clinical patients with prostatitis are rising. Doctors point out that it is important for patients to get treated in time.

Usually, for acute prostatitis, antibiotics are helpful, which may make you gain ground in one or two weeks. If you are facing problems related to prostatitis for more than 3 months, such as frequent urination, painful urination and burning sensation, it is likely that you are having chronic prostatitis, for which the herbal medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill is a helpful option. It has a long-term effect on eliminating inflammations and improving painful symptoms.

Besides, during the treatment, patients should take notice of the diet, which can be seen as an adjuvant therapy and can do a great job on the treatment. There are many healthy food they can eat while they should also pay attention to the dietary forbidden zone, to avoid aggravating the prostatitis by accident.

1. Patients with prostatitis can not eat spicy food, such as green onion, raw garlic, pepper and other stimulating food. Although these foods can increase the taste of dishes, they can cause blood vessel dilation and organic congestion. As a consequence, for patients with prostatitis, these foods should be avoided as far as possible, otherwise it will lead to prolonged prostatitis, which will be difficult to recover.

2. Patients with prostatitis are not suggested to smoke. While the risks of smoking are largely understood, little is known about how smoking can also affect the prostate gland. They may understand that smoking can cause impotence, but they may not realize that smoking can also increase prostate congestion, thereby exacerbating the symptoms of both acute and chronic prostatitis. Actually, the nicotine, tar, nitrosamines, carbon monoxide and other poisonous substances in the cigarettes can not only poison prostate tissue directly, but also interfere the nerve function that innervates the blood vessels, affect the blood circulation of prostate and then aggravate the congestion of the prostate gland.

3. Alcohol should be avoided as well for patients with chronic prostatitis. Drinking too much wine can be able to dilate viscera blood vessel and increase the perfusion quantity of blood, which can also give rise to the congestion in the prostate gland accordingly and then bring about the repeated breakout of prostatitis symptoms.

4. Some meats are not suitable for patients with prostatitis, including beef, mutton, seafood and so on. These food may be considered as culinary delights to tonify yang and enhance the vitality. While according to the opinion of tradition Chinese medicine, the prostatitis is often caused by cold and dampness. If these foods are used to remove dampness, the result will be likely to be unsatisfactory. In addition, after years of clinical observation, eating the above meats can lead to the aggravation of prostatitis symptoms.

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