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What are different home remedies for Prostate Disorders? – Part 1

What is a Prostate?

• The prostate is a small gland, usually described as “walnut-sized,” that, together with the seminal vesicles.
• They are the ones which produce the fluid part of semen.
• It is located just below the bladder.
• It surrounds the urethra, the tube through which urine passes through the penis.

Symptoms of Prostrate Disorders

• Prostrate disorders
• Difficulty or pain while urinating
• Burning sensation while urinating
• Pelvic pain
• Prostrate disorders
• Abdominal pain
• “Dribbling” or incontinence
• Impotence
• A feeling that your bladder never fully empties
• A sudden inability to urinate
• Urinary tract infection
• Hematuria and/or anemia
• Nocturia

Home Remedies for Prostrate Disorders

• The natural treatment for prostate enlargement consists of detoxicating the system by proper fasting and diet.
• The patient should forego all solid foods and subsist on orange juice and water only.
• This is to be done for two or three days.
• The intake of water should be as plentiful as possible.
• The water may be taken cold or hot.
• It should be taken every hour.
• This will greatly increase the flow of urine.
• A warm water enema should be taken once daily during this period.
• This is to clear the lower bowel of accumulations.
• After thorough cleansing of the bowels, hot and cold applications may be used directly on the prostate gland and its surrounding parts.
• The heat relieves the tissues and a brief cold immersion tones them up.
• The patient should also take alternate hot and cold hip baths.
• These are of great value in relieving pain and reducing congestion.
• While taking hip baths, it should be ensured that the buttocks and pelvis are well covered with water.
• The hot bath should be taken first for 10 minutes.
• This is followed by cold bath for one minute only.

Monitoring the Intake of Fluids
• Drink 8 glasses of water in the day and do not overdo.
• Choose to drink the right fluids.
• Stay away from coffee, tea, aerated drinks and alcohol.

Modify your Diet
• There are certain food items that can irritate the lining of your bladder.
• Restrict the intake of spicy food, chocolate, caffeine and tomato-based products.
• Eat a higher quantity of fiber through your diet.
• Constipation can lead to an overactive bladder.

Practice Bladder Control
• This exercise is usually included in overactive bladder syndrome treatment.
• Hold your urine for a longer time than you normally do.
• Over the course of 12 weeks the urinating intervals are also lengthened.
• Train your bladder to hold urine for a longer period of time.

Kegel Exercises
• These exercises require you to contract and release your pelvic floor muscles.
• By toning these muscles one shall improve overall bladder control.
• This will reduce the urgency as well as the frequency at which you urinate.
• Kegel exercises are effective when practiced with regularity.

Dr. Patrick Walsh’s Guide to Surviving Prostate Cancer Dr. Katz’s Guide to Prostate Health Managing and Preventing Prostate Disorders

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