About Chronic Prostatitis and Diet
Many men we have seen diagnosed with symptoms of chronic prostatitis report no benefit from diet modification. In fact, some men report that their symptoms temporarily improve with alcohol.
When it comes to pelvic pain syndromes and chronic prostatitis, when the pain or discomfort does not go away, there is a feeling that the pain may never go away, and this can be despairing. What Pelvic Pain Help hopes to achieve is the daily practice of relief. Relaxing the pelvic floor, quieting down anxiety, and calming down the tendency to tighten up the pelvic muscles under stress. Individuals can themselves release their own trigger points and areas of physical restriction.
This tension – anxiety – pain cycle can cause individuals to wonder if there is any hope of relieving their condition and symptoms. For a person under this type of duress, knowing they can do something about it is everything.
For more information about chronic prostatitis and diet, as well as how they relate to each other, watch the above video by Pelvic Pain Help.
NOTE: While it is our hope that these facts about chronic prostatitis and diet are helpful, this information is not to be misconstrued as medical advice. This should be presented as general information about the disorder.