Saturday, 7 January 2017

How to Treat Prostatitis Naturally?---The Functional Food Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes Intervention





By complementary and Integrated Medicine [defined by National Institutes of Health, nih.gov], refer above picture, Prostate does has the same  health property  as kidney  has, it also has  the same relationships [with other body organs] as kidney has.  There are a lot of different causes can lead to prostatitis.
Stronger Kidney function and body Immunity capability can be best solution to have chronic nonbacterial prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome well controlled. [It is also the reason that why young strong men have much less chronic nonbacterial prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome problem. With Functional Food Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes Intervention, It is much easier to strong a person’s kidney function and immunity capability, then let chronic nonbacterial prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome problem naturally healed.



While with Convention Medicine, Known as the “three A’s,” traditional treatments for chronic nonbacterial prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome are antibiotics, anti-inflammatory medications, and alpha blockers.
A major difficulty is that in most cases doctors are unable to definitively diagnose CP/CPPS or identify a causative agent. Not surprisingly, with so little to go on, treatment is empiric — guided by a doctor’s clinical experience and instincts rather than hard evidence of what actually works, which isn’t much. Patients often find that the “standard” treatments provide little or only temporary relief.
Treatment for prostatitis usually begins with taking an antibiotic for several weeks. If you begin to feel better, you may have to take the medicine for 2 to 3 months. If you do not get better while taking antibiotics, more tests may be done.
Repeat courses of antibiotics probably are not helpful. Even though they generally have few side effects, they aren’t without risk. They can cause nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea; interfere with other medications; and trigger allergies. [ refer: www.harvardprostateknowledge.org]
 A full detail “Functional Food Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes Intervention Guide” can be found here

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