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How to Cure Prostatitis

How to cure prostatitis is a question asked by many men who suffer from this disease daily. Prostatitis affects 50 percent of men at some time during their lifetime. However, there are steps you can take to prevent prostatitis and help beat the odds.

healthy-weight
Achieve and Maintain Healthy Weight. Being overweight or obese is detrimental to prostate health and overall health as well. Numerous studies have indicated that excessive weight is associated with an increased risk of prostate problems, including prostatitis. (Tewari 2012; Tiuzikov 2012) If you have a weight issue, talk to your healthcare provider about how to lose excess pounds if you need help.
avoid-additives
Avoid Food Additives and Preservatives. The Standard American Diet (SAD) is a cookbook of refined and processed foods, which typically contain a wide range of food additives and preservatives that are detrimental to overall health and your prostate health as well. Although many of the additives and preservatives in foods have been classified as GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe) by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), organizations such as the Centers for Science in the Public Interest and many experts have suggested men avoid these additives in the interest of preserving their prostate and overall health.
toxins
Avoid Toxins to Cure Prostatitis. Environmental toxins from water, the air, soil, and everyday products (including medications) can have a lasting and negative impact not only on overall health but prostate health as well. Research shows that exposure to toxic metals and pesticides, for example, can increase a man’s risk of developing an enlarged prostate or prostate cancer, respectively. (Fritschi 2007; Ritchie 2003) Although no published studies have named specific environmental toxins as risk factors for prostatitis, their impact on the prostate in other ways indicates such a danger may exist and so it is best to avoid toxins whenever possible.
cut out wheat
Cut out wheat. There are anecdotal reports that cutting out wheat products from the diet can reduce, eliminate, or prevent prostatitis symptoms.
probiotics
Try probiotics. Use of probiotics, or beneficial bacteria, may be helpful for men who have bacterial prostatitis. At least one study has suggested that probiotics may be a helpful strategy for chronic prostatitis. (Liu 2009)
plant protein
Choose Plant Protein Over Animal Protein. Include a variety of plant foods in your diet to get all the protein you need. Legumes, beans, and selected grains such as amaranth and quinoa are rich sources of protein that can promote prostate health without the cholesterol and saturated fat found in most animal protein sources.
fat intake
Watch Your Fat Intake. Focus on eating a low-fat diet rich in monounsaturated fats and omega-3 fatty acids rather than saturated and trans fats to promote a healthy prostate. A high-fat diet promotes inflammation, which is one thing you want to avoid to help prevent prostatitis.
dont hold it
Don’t Hold It. Resisting the urge to urinate can not only make prostatitis symptoms worse, it can also result in development of urinary tract infections and inflammation. Therefore, when you feel an urge to urinate, don’t hold it.
green tea
Drink Green Tea.Whether you prefer green tea hot or cold, be sure to enjoy it every day to support prostate health. Green tea contains catechins, potent antioxidants that work to regulate the production and activities of hormones and also fight inflammation and the risk of infection in prostatitis. (Yoon 2011)
fruits vegetables
Eat Lots of Fruits and Vegetables. It’s no secret that fruits and vegetables, especially organic, are rich sources of phytonutrients such as antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, polyphenols, and fiber, which help fight the risk of infection and inflammation. Besides, fruits and vegetables are a great way to prevent prostatitis and support prostate health overall as well.
excercise
Exercise. Get off the couch and keep moving. Regular physical exercise helps prevent inflammation and the development of prostatitis. A Harvard Medical School study noted that aerobic exercise can be helpful in reducing symptoms of chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome. (Cohen 2012)
hydrate
Hydrate Yourself. Stay hydrated by drinking pure water throughout the day, and you can help avoid dehydration and urinary tract infections, which are risk factors for prostatitis. One tip: avoid drinking anything after 7 PM or you might be getting up several times a night.
alcohol-prostate
Limit Alcohol Use. Alcohol can irritate the prostate and bladder, which in turn can worsen prostatitis symptoms. If you must drink, limit yourself to one alcoholic drink daily.
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Limit Caffeine and Spicy Foods. Two common irritants of the prostate and bladder are caffeine and spicy foods. To prevent prostatitis and especially to reduce symptoms, it is best to limit or even avoid coffee and other caffeinated beverages and foods and hot, spicy menu items as well.
hormone-prostate
Maintain Hormone Balance. It’s important to maintain healthy hormone for prostate health and thus to help prevent prostatitis. Hormone levels are influenced by many factors, such as diet, environmental toxin exposure, exercise, alcohol use, stress, weight, and sexual activity. Thus attention to all of these factors can help you maintain a healthy balance of hormones.
sex
Sex. Maintaining a healthy sex life is one great way to promote prostate health and also help fight prostatitis. In fact, ejaculation two to three times a week can be especially helpful for prostatitis, especially if you are taking antibiotics.
safe-sex-prostate
Practice Safe Sex. While keeping sexually active is good for prostatitis, be sure you practice safe sex. Infections associated with sexually transmitted diseases such as gonorrhea can actually cause bacterial prostatitis.
supplements-natural
Consider Natural Supplements. Various nutritional and herbal supplements have been shown to support prostate health and assist with management of prostatitis health. Some of those supplements include beta-sitosterol, cranberry, curcumin, DIM, green tea extract, pollen, pygeum africanum, quercetin, saw palmetto, stinging nettle, and vitamin D. Be sure to consult your healthcare provider before taking any supplements.
constipation-prostate
Avoid Constipation. Maintaining a high-fiber and staying hydrated can help you avoid constipation. Straining to eliminate can cause irritation and trigger prostatitis symptoms if the prostate is inflamed.
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Enjoy Cranberry Juice. Best known for its role in preventing urinary tract infections, cranberry juice has compounds that that make it difficult for bacteria to adhere to the walls of the urinary tract and promote infection. Therefore, cranberry juice may promote better prostate health and help keep prostatitis at bay.
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Practice Good Hygiene. To help avoid infection, be sure to keep the penis and surrounding area clean with soap and water.
trauma-prostate
Avoid Trauma to the Perineal Area. Certain activities can cause trauma, injury, or restricted blood flow to the perineal area. Men with prostatitis symptoms may want to avoid riding a bicycle, motorcycle, all-terrain vehicles, or horses.

References

Cohen JM. Therapeutic intervention for chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CP/CPPS): a systematic review and meta-analysis. PLoS One 2012; 7(8): er1941

Fritschi L et al. Occupational risk factors for prostate cancer and benign prostatic hyperplasia: a case-control study in Western Australia. Occup Environ Med 2007 Jan; 64(1): 60-65

Liu L, et al. Urethral dysbacteriosis as an underlying, primary cause of chronc prostatitis: potential implications for probiotic therapy. Med Hypotheses 2009 Nov; 73(5): 741-43

Ritchie JM et al. Organochlorines and risk of prostate cancer. J Occup Environ Med 2003 Jul; 45(7): 692-702

Tewari R et al. Diet, obesity, and prostate health: are we missing the link? J Androl 2012 Sep-Oct; 33(5): 763-76

Tiuzikov IA. Relationship of systemic factors in the pathogenesis of chronic pelvic pain syndrome in men. Urologia 2012 Sep-Oct; (6): 48-51

Yoon BI et al. Anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial effects of nanocatechin in a chronic bacterial prostatitis rat model. J Infect Chemother 2011 Apr; 17(2): 189-94

 

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