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Can You "Sit Out" Chronic Prostatitis?
Recently, Rik, who works in New York, came to the men's clinic of a nearby hospital complaining of some symptoms that have been bothering him, frequent and urgent urination and mild burning pain in his urethra, accompanied by soreness and swelling in his small abdomen and perineum. Thinking he had caught urethritis, he took some antibiotics. However, the symptoms did not disappear. Rik was confused about why he had these symptoms, as he usually has good habits and doesn't drink or smoke.
 

 
The doctor took a detailed look at Rik's life in the last few days and found the cause of his discomfort. It turns out that Rik is an IT employee, and he has been working overtime for a week, sitting at least 12 hours a day. The doctor told Rik that his disease was "a result of sitting". Therefore, sitting is an important factor in the development of prostatitis. 
 
So, this is the confusion of many people: why does sitting become a cause of prostatitis?
 
This is closely related to the location of the prostate. The prostate is a male reproductive organ located below the bladder and the urethra. Also, the prostate is the largest accessory gland in men, deep in the pelvis. When a man sits down, he is attached to the stool. In other words, the man is "sitting" on his prostate. 
 
Sitting for a long time will produce a sterile "oppressive inflammation", and the man may show frequent and urgent urination, urethral burning and other bladder irritation. And prostate inflammation often "implicates" the surrounding body tissues so that patients experience acid sink and falling distension in the lumbosacral, lower abdomen, perineum, scrotum, and other parts. This is commonly known as prostatitis.
 
Sitting for a long time can easily lead to the accumulation of the body's metabolites and poor blood circulation, especially chronic congestion in the perineum and prostate. Besides, it can cause poor glandular fluid excretion and induce prostatitis, resulting in different degrees of urinary frequency, urgency, pain, incontinence, urinary tract infection, and other symptoms. In addition, drinking less water and holding urine can lead to direct stimulation of the urinary tract and aggravate the symptoms of prostatitis.
 
Except for being sedentary, there are other reasons leading to prostatitis. Prostatitis is usually divided into acute prostatitis and chronic prostatitis. Acute prostatitis is mainly caused by a bacterial infection caused by improper operation of transurethral instruments or urinary reflux. Chronic prostatitis is mostly caused by bacterial infection or infection with chlamydia, mycoplasma, etc. Prostatitis should be treated in time; if the treatment is not timely or incomplete, it is easy to relapse. Most prostatitis caused by sitting for a long time is chronic.
 
While going to the hospital to receive treatment for chronic prostatitis, male patients can take traditional Chinese medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill. It can eliminate the symptoms associated with prostatitis and does not cause harm to the body. At the same time, it is an herbal preparation that is easy to take in daily life. It is especially suitable for busy and sedentary people who work days all day long in office buildings.
 
Therefore, men should pay attention to changing their sedentary habits. In modern society, "being sedentary" has become a common phenomenon. Male patients, especially those forced to be sedentary because of their work, should make some changes for their health. 
 
They can get up every 40 minutes to an hour after work to give the prostate a break from the stress. In addition, for many young people who forget to rest during their busy lives, it is recommended that they can drink more water at work. Whether they go to drink water or go to the toilet, they can have a chance to get up. This kind of passive exercise is a good way to give the prostate a decompression.
 
 
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