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How Does Stress Impact Urologic Health?
Diseases can occur in various urologic system organs (kidneys, ureters, bladder, urethra) and affect the entire system. Diseases of the urologic system can be caused by pathological changes in other systems and affect other systems or even the whole body. It is mainly manifested in the urologic system, such as changes in urination, mass, pain, etc. But it can also manifest in other ways, such as hypertension, edema, anemia, etc. 

The nature of urologic system diseases is similar to other diseases, including congenital malformation, infection, immune mechanism, heredity, injury, tumor, etc. But it has its own unique diseases, such as glomerulonephritis, urolithiasis, renal function exhaustion, etc.
urologic system diseases include urologic stones such as kidney stones, ureteral stones, bladder stones, urethra stones, etc. urologic tract infection is divided into non-specific and specific infections. Non-specific infections include pyelonephritis, cystitis, and prostatitis, etc. Specific infections are tuberculosis of the bladder and tuberculosis of the kidney.
Urologic diseases mainly include five categories. 
First, urologic system tumors include kidney, renal pelvis, bladder, prostate cancer, etc., and the main clinical symptoms are painless hematuria. 
Second, urologic system inflammation, including urologic tract infection, pyelonephritis, cystitis, etc., and the symptoms are mainly frequent urination, urgency, dysuria, and fever. 
Third, urologic system stones, including kidney, ureteral, and bladder stones. The symptoms are mainly pain, accompanied by hematuria. 
Fourth, male diseases with male erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, and other symptoms. 
Fifth, adrenal disease. Most patients' symptoms are high blood pressure and some endocrine and metabolic manifestations.
Effects of stress on urologic symptoms
Stress can aggravate frequent urination. For example, frequent urination is a common symptom of the urologic system. Frequent urination can make patients unable to live and work with peace of mind and affect their normal quality of life. Frequent urination at night can also seriously affect the quality of sleep. 
Frequent urination is commonly associated with cystitis, urethritis, and prostatitis. Often there are symptoms, such as urgency and frequency of urination. Neurological disorders and overactive bladder are also common factors that cause frequent urination. In addition, older men with benign prostatic hyperplasia are likely to have frequent urination and incontinence. 
In addition, it occurs mainly in young people, for example, excessive mental stress, anxiety, tension, staying up late, lack of sleep time, etc., and can cause frequent urination and even aggravate existing frequent urination If frequent urination is aggravated due to the high pressure, it is necessary to relieve the psychological pressure in time and maintain a good mood. Life should be regular to prevent excessive fatigue.
Then there is the kidney stone that people often say. Due to the intense competition in the current society, people's mental pressure is relatively increased. When the spirit is agitated, this also increases the possibility of stone formation. urologic calculi usually cause waist and abdomen disease or colic, radiate to the ipsilateral groin and inner thigh, and may be accompanied by frequent urination, urgency, dysuria, thinning of the urine stream, dripping, and sometimes hematuria. Incarcerated in the urethra can cause acute urologic retention, and those with infection have pyuria.
The urologic system is an indispensable part of the body's functions for people. Don't think that you can "self-heal." You must go to the hospital for regular examinations and let the doctor judge the condition of the disease. Therefore, you must find the right treatment plan when you have a disease problem.
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