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Prostate Disease Prevalence: More Patients Get Prostatitis Today Than Before
In recent years, the prevalence of prostate diseases has been increasing year by year. Since global aging, most prostate diseases such as prostatic hyperplasia, prostate cancer, and prostate stones have increased with the increasing number of the elderly. In addition, with the development of society and the process of economic globalization, the people's living standard has been continuously improved. 

Many incentives, such as a high-fat diet, industrial pollution, accelerated pace of life, increased employment pressure, and open attitudes toward sexual activities, often increase prostate disease patients. In addition, with the development of science and technology and the improvement of medical level, people's health requirements are getting higher and higher. 
The detection rate of diseases has also increased significantly, and the scope of the tested population has gradually expanded, so the number of patients with prostate diseases has also increased.
In prostate diseases, prostatitis is very common, especially among young and middle-aged male patients, 7 or 8 out of 10 men have prostatitis. It's just that some patients have mild symptoms, and some patients have severe symptoms. Patients with prostatitis should promptly seek medical treatment in an authoritative hospital and conduct a routine examination of prostatic fluid. 
If diagnosed with prostatitis, it can be treated with herbal medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill. It is made of Chinese herbal, clearing away heat and detoxifying, promoting blood circulation, and removing blood stasis. It can effectively kill the pathogens that cause prostate infection in men.
So what are the factors that induce prostatitis in today's society?
Incentive 1: Prostate Congestion
The leading cause of prostatitis is prostate congestion, which can be caused by various reasons in men, which is an important pathogenic factor for prostatitis. Causes of congestion are prevalent, including excessive sexual life, forced interruption of sex, and other abnormal sexual activities. It can also be caused by direct pressure on the perineum by riding a bicycle or horse, sitting for a long time, etc. Reasons also include bad habits such as alcoholism and overeating greasy food. 
Incentive 2: Urine Irritation
Urine is rich in a variety of acid and alkaline chemicals. The patient's local neuroendocrine disorders will cause problems in the body. When the posterior urethral pressure is too high, and the opening of the prostate duct is damaged, prostatitis occurs.
Incentive 3: Pathogenic Microorganism Infection
Bacteria, protozoa, fungi, viruses, and other microorganisms are the source of infection that cause men to suffer from prostatitis. 
Incentive 4: Anxiety, Depression, Fear
Anxiety, depression, fear, pessimism, and other excessive negative mood are all causes of prostatitis.
Incentive 5: Immune Factors and Allergies
Congenital or acquired immunodeficiency produces anti-prostate antibodies, which will lead to low body resistance. At this time, patients with high sensitivity to viruses are prone to prostatitis.
Among the incentives mentioned above, prostate congestion is the most significant cause of prostatitis. Therefore, you should try your best to avoid prostate congestion in your life. Especially in youth with strong sexual desire, you should pay attention to restraining your sexual life to avoid repeated prostate congestion and give the prostate sufficient time to recover. 
At the same time, eat less spicy and irritating foods such as pepper and ginger to avoid repeated congestion of the prostate and bladder that can aggravate the feeling of local pain. Since constipation may exacerbate the symptoms of prostate swelling, it is advisable to eat more fruits and vegetables to reduce the occurrence of constipation.
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