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Chronic Prostatitis—Should Patients Be On a Diet?
Long-term repeated congestion of the prostate is one of the causes of chronic prostatitis. Whether it is bacterial prostatitis or aseptic prostatitis, the inflamed prostate tissue will be extensively congested. 
The symptoms of chronic prostatitis vary in severity, and mild cases may be asymptomatic. But generally, most patients can see pain or discomfort in the perineum or rectum, which can radiate to the lumbosacral area or pubic bone, testicles, groin, etc. There may be urinary discomfort, burning sensation, and milky white discharge at the urethra. 
For that reason, in the prevention and treatment of chronic prostatitis, it is vital to pay total concentration to prevent factors that may cause or increase prostate congestion.

Alcohol is a kind of drink with a vasodilator effect. The so-called "blushing when drinking alcohol" phenomenon that people often see results from the expansion of facial blood vessels by alcohol.
For internal organs invisible from the outside, it is also apparent that alcohol dilates blood vessels and causes organ congestion. The prostate is, of course, no exception. Because some young adults have long-term drinking or even alcoholism, chronic prostatitis is not easy to cure, and even if fixed, it is very easy to relapse.
Smoking is harmful to health. Although most people know about the dangers of tobacco, little is known about the effects of smoking on the prostate. 
Toxic substances such as nicotine, tar, nitrosamines, and carbon monoxide in cigarettes can directly poison the prostate tissue and interfere with the nerve function that innervates the blood vessels, affecting the blood circulation and increasing congestion of the prostate.
3.Spicy foods
Spicy foods, such as green onions, raw garlic, peppers, peppers, and other irritating foods can cause vasodilation and organ congestion. Some patients with chronic prostatitis have a spicy eating habit. They can often control when the disease is severe. When the symptoms are relieved, the stalemate reappears, which is also a fundamental reason for prostatitis's protracted and complex recovery.

Three principles should be followed in diet therapy for chronic prostatitis.
1. Restrict fat intake: 
According to research by scientists in many countries, the more high-fat foods are eaten, the higher the incidence of prostate cancer. High-fat foods are harmful to the human body, so it is necessary to limit their intake. It is recommended that the daily fat intake be reduced to less than 20% of the total calories to reduce the incidence of prostate cancer.
2. Drink plenty of water to promote urination: 
The flushing of urine on the urethra can help the excretion of prostate secretions and help prevent the occurrence of repeated infections. Therefore, patients should drink more water and urinate frequently. At the same time, patients can also eat more foods with collateral and diuretic functions and keep the stool smooth to avoid constipation.
3. Take in selenium and zinc: 
It is found in the blood of patients with prostate disease that selenium and zinc are two essential trace minerals that are relatively lacking. 
Selenium is an antioxidant that can prevent cells from oxidative damage and cause cancer tumor growth. It is especially needed for men because almost half of the energy supply of men's whole body is concentrated in the testicles and the seminiferous tubes adjacent to the prostate. 
Zinc is another mineral that is focused on the prostate. Scientists believe that it can regulate the metabolism of testosterone in the prostate, and experiments have confirmed that the imbalance of testosterone may cause the growth of prostate tumors. It is crucial for the normal functioning of the male reproductive system.
In short, to avoid long-term and repeated chronic congestion of the prostate tissue, one must avoid smoking, alcohol, and spicy food. Patients with chronic prostatitis must overcome these bad habits, especially in the remission period of the disease, and should perseverant to not aggravate the condition due to temporary pleasure and cause long-term pain.
After prostatitis is discovered, it is more important to treat it in time. Antibiotic treatment is no longer recommended for chronic prostatitis. Because chronic diseases require long-term adherence to treatment, and antibiotics are prone to drug resistance. 
Clinically, patients now use herbal medicines more often, such as Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill. The ingredients of herbal medicines are natural herbs and will not create drug resistance and side effects. Compared with surgical treatment, medical treatment will not have complications and sequelae.
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