Men are at an increased risk of prostatitis when exposed to physical stimulation, long-term anxiety, and depression, which can negatively impact both their physical and mental health. In recent years, there has been a gradual rise in the incidence of prostatitis.

Prostatitis is a medical condition that requires treatment. If it is caused by bacteria, antibiotics or painkillers prescribed by a doctor are necessary. Traditional Chinese medicine, such as the Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, can also be an effective treatment option, particularly for those with chronic prostatitis.

Moderate exercise can also help improve prostatitis symptoms in addition to medication, and may be a viable option for some patients.

Studies have found that moderate exercise can promote the elimination of inflammation and is conducive to normal prostate function. Exercise can promote blood circulation throughout the body, improve prostatic secretion, promote prostatic fluid secretion, and help eliminate bacteria and inflammation.

Drug therapy combined with moderate exercise can improve prostatic blood circulation, promote the rapid entry of drug ingredients into the prostate, improve drug efficacy, and reduce prostatic inflammation, such as abdominal and perineal pain and lumbar and knee tenderness. It can also relieve neurasthenia, autonomic nervous disorder, and other symptoms.

Moderate exercise can also improve immunity and strengthen disease resistance. Just be sure to exercise and avoid straddling sports such as cycling, horseback riding, or motorcycling. Otherwise, it will continue to compress the prostate, aggravate its congestion, and worsen the condition.

Which exercises can promote the recovery of prostatitis?

1. Taking a walk
Walking is a less intense exercise suitable for elderly patients with prostatitis. Walking for 30 minutes or more after meals can improve recovery from prostatitis.

Patients can walk in the morning, at dusk, or before bed, 1 or 2 times a day and 10 to 30 minutes each time. Having a relaxed and rhythmic walk in fresh-aired outdoors can relax cells under tension in the cerebral cortex, promote blood circulation, and relieve vascular spasms. In addition, walking can eliminate fatigue, boost mood, and reduce nervous stress, muscles, and blood vessels. It is a good sedative and can directly or indirectly play a role in improving prostatic blood circulation.

2. Jogging
Jogging for more than half an hour daily can effectively prevent and treat prostatic diseases. Patients with prostatitis jog regularly can help pelvic muscles contractions and relaxation to promote blood circulation around the prostate and accelerate metabolism, which is conducive to the recovery of the disease.

3. Squats
A squat is an easy exercise that can be done anytime and anywhere. Adhering to squatting can exercise the thigh muscles, massage the vulva and pelvic floor, accelerate blood circulations of the prostate, maintain normal prostate function, improve immunity, and prevent lesions.

4. Climbing Mountains
Mountain climbing can effectively exercise the lower limbs, which is very healthy. Patients who have prostatitis can choose mountain climbing. A proper amount of mountain climbing can not only protect the prostate but also strengthen the body and improve the strength of the waist and legs.

5. Swimming
Regular swimming can exercise the whole body and is beneficial for patients. When swimming, the limbs of the human body constantly stroke. Coupled with the resistance and pressure of water, it can accelerate blood circulation in the human prostate. In addition, swimming can reduce the damage to the prostate, which is conducive to the recovery of prostatic inflammation.

However, water temperature can't be too low and is best at 25℃-30℃. If the water temperature is too low, it will stimulate the contraction and congestion of the glands and aggravate the accumulation of prostatic fluid, further affecting prostatic health. Swimming at about 30 meters per minute for about 15-20 minutes is beneficial.

6. Anal lifting exercise
Men can do anal lifting exercises daily, accelerating blood circulation of the hip, relaxing the prostate, and improving prostatic function.

7. Sit-ups

Sit-ups can also improve prostatitis. Doing sit-ups can exercise men's lower back strength. Generally, prostatitis is linked to kidney problems.

Therefore, patients with prostatitis can exercise waist and abdominal strength to decrease their waist circumference value and reduce their waist and abdominal fat. With less fat in the waist and abdomen, the condition of kidney deficiency will improve, and the inflammation of the prostate will improve as well.

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