1. Don't drink alcohol, especially avoid alcoholism. Although small wine is good, it is still a taboo for prostate hyperplasia. Alcohol intake will directly stimulate the expansion of capillaries in some parts of the prostate, congestion and edema, induce urinary retention, and aggravate prostate hyperplasia.
2. Eat less spicy and high-fat foods. Stimulating diets such as hot peppers, spicy tangs, and skewers can easily stimulate prostate congestion, and can also aggravate hemorrhoids and constipation symptoms, and oppress the prostate. Also eat less sour vinegar and cold drinks. Eating too much high-fat foods will increase cholesterol in the body, provide more "raw materials" for testosterone, and promote the onset of benign prostatic hyperplasia.
3. Don't sit for a long time. Sitting for a long time can easily cause congestion in the men’s perineum, which can lead to dysuria. Especially men who have already suffered from prostate hyperplasia, must pay attention to avoid sedentary sitting.
4. Time to urinate. Excessive storage of urine in the bladder not only easily induces cystitis, but also causes prostatic hyperemia, which is one of the common causes of prostatitis.
5. Eat more fresh fruits and vegetables and drink plenty of water. Men should eat more foods rich in vitamins, minerals, and trace elements such as tomatoes, oysters, and apples to protect the prostate. Drink plenty of water during the day to help urinate and protect the health of the prostate. Do not drink less water because of difficulty in urination. At night, you should drink less water before going to bed to avoid excessive nocturia.