Chronic prostatitis causes not only physical damage to patients but also causes severe mental impairment. Its impact on the quality of life has far exceeded many of the more serious chronic diseases, such as severe diabetes, chronic heart failure and so on.

Due to the influence of some unscientific information, patients with this condition will have fear and anxiety, which have seriously affected their work and life. Prostatitis is a common disease in men, which is easy to control clinically. Mental disorder accounted for 70% of clinical prostatitis. In some severe conditions, including chronic prostatitis, mental disorders accounted for 90%.

The majority of prostatitis patients before 30 years old are bacterial prostatitis. The pathogen infection has certain damage to semen quality and body. Generally, it can be cured by regular antibacterial treatment. However, most of prostatitis after 35 years old are nonbacterial prostatitis, and pathogens could not be found in the body.

This kind of inflammation belongs to one type of degenerative change. It is easy to relieve by simple treatment, but not easy to cure. Like lumbar spondylosis and cervical spondylosis, the injury to the body is not severe, and corresponding clinical treatment can be carried out at the onset.

1. Causes of mental disorders in chronic prostatitis

Fear is the biggest cause of anxiety and tension in patients with chronic prostatitis. Due to the lack of correct knowledge of prostate and prostatitis, patients worry this condition will cause sexual dysfunction, prostatic hyperplasia, prostate cancer, renal failure, infertility and sexually transmitted diseases.

At present, there are some misconceptions, such as exaggerating the harm of the disease, exaggerating how it is difficult to treat, and mistakenly binding all male conditions with prostatitis. The confusion of patients is the lack of correct communication channels. Patients need to understand this knowledge and can not distinguish the true from the false.

Mental interaction: psychological changes occur when the patient's confusion is not guided correctly. Focus on one or more symptoms and enlarge your feelings into a vicious circle. Patients will worry too much about their physical sensations, and excessive attention can make the discomfort more obvious.

Due to the lack of right accessible science knowledge, patients often mistake some normal physiological reactions as abnormal pathological signs. Over worry for a long time will form fixed symptoms.

2. Treatment of mental disorders in chronic prostatitis

People should have sufficient knowledge of mental health education. Chronic prostatitis is a common disease, which has nothing to do with prostatic hyperplasia and prostate cancer and does not directly cause sexual dysfunction. It is not a sexually transmitted disease and does not affect renal function. Bacterial prostatitis can affect fertility, but people can be recovered after the cure. There is no clear evidence that nonbacterial prostatitis can affect fertility.

Bacterial prostatitis affects semen quality and can be cured by regular antibacterial treatment. There is no significant effect of androgen deficiency on sterility and premature ejaculation. For the treatment of nonbacterial disease, traditional Chinese medicine treatment has more advantages than antibiotic treatment.

Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, a herbal medicine developed by Dr. Li Xiaoping, has a significant effect on the treatment of chronic prostatitis, including nonbacterial condition. It can improve the overall internal environment of the human genitourinary system, help clean the glandular duct, eliminate the lesions, activate the prostate blood circulation, and retract the prostate's normal size to achieve therapeutic purposes.

Encourage patients to establish a harmonious family and social relations. To have a correct attitude, can accept prostatitis with symptoms of work and life. Do more and try to divert their attention. The treatment of chronic prostatitis takes more time, so patients must adhere to it and seek the doctor's advice.

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