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Do Pelvic Floor Exercises Help Prostatitis, Like Stairs Climbing?
Prostatitis is a common urinary disease in adult men, usually due to acute or chronic inflammation of the prostate gland caused by systemic or local symptoms. Clinically, many patients with prostatitis do not want to participate in physical exercises, worrying that sports may aggravate the condition of prostatitis. This is a complete misconception. For example, doctors say that stair climbing is helpful in the treatment and maintenance of prostatitis.
 

Stairs climbing is a simple exercise, and persistent stair climbing can help improve and even heal chronic prostate inflammation.
 
The advantages of stairs climbing are:
 
1. Stairs climbing can promote the pelvic floor blood flow of the human body to accelerate significantly and contribute to the local microcirculation of the prostate duct.
 
2. In stairs climbing, the repeated contraction of the pelvic floor muscles can effectively reduce the congestion and edema of the prostate, reduce the pressure of prostatitis, and finally help to improve the situation of poor excretion of the prostate gland duct.
 
3. Stairs climbing can not only exercise the will but also regulate the mood. The practice has proved that stairs climbing can help eliminate depression, pessimism, and other emotions caused by the disease, give people a sense of joy and improve people's body immunity, which is essential in treating prostatitis.
 
Stairs climbing is helpful for the treatment of prostatitis, but patients should not climb the stairs too much in the pursuit that it can cure for the disease. Everything should be done in moderation and the same for stairs climbing. If the patient climbs the stairs excessively and causes physical exhaustion, it is not good for recovering the patient's condition. 
 
Therefore, it is recommended that patients increase the amount of exercise step by step within the range of the body. At the same time, pay attention to drinking more water after the exercise. Patients should prevent excessive sweating from causing urine concentration and increasing the burden on the prostate.
 
Patients have other options, such as jogging, tai chi, and swimming, which are helpful for treatment. One or two kinds of exercise are recommended for long-term adherence. For patients with prostatitis, the treatment should be mainly normative medicine therapy, and some appropriate exercise is auxiliary. Patients should not rely on exercise, such as stairs climbing, while neglecting medical treatment. 
 
The medicine treatment of prostatitis mainly includes antibiotics, alpha-blockers, and herbal medicine. Each medicine has its characteristics and adapted symptoms, so patients should choose the most appropriate therapy based on the doctor's advice and their condition.
 
Herbal medicine is becoming more and more popular among prostatitis patients. This is because it avoids the side effects of antibiotics and the risk of developing resistance while having a good effect. For example, patients can choose the patented herbal medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, which can effectively eliminate the inflammation related to the urinary system in patients, such as prostatitis, epididymitis, etc. The effects are good, and it is convenient to take.
 
In daily life, it is recommended that prostatitis patients should drink more water and urinate more, which is conducive to the excretion of inflammatory substances in the body. At the same time, maintain regular and clean sex life, and avoid long-time sitting. Don't eat spicy food or stay up late. Keep a regular schedule. 
 
These details and habits can effectively help improve the symptoms associated with prostatitis. In the meantime, in addition to choosing to climb the stairs, patients can also choose activities that can make the crotch and the thigh move up, and the exercise time and intensity can be flexibly mastered according to their physical conditions.
 
 
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