When the prostate gland becomes inflamed, urination becomes uncomfortable, men have to go to the bathroom more often, and they may dribble or miss their target because their pee flow is too weak. Infection is a common cause, although other factors can also play a role.
The close closeness of the bladder and rectum to the prostate can contribute to inflammation of the organ. The prostate gland may expand due to irritation from irritants removed through the colon and urinary tract if the body is toxic.
In the case of an illness, whether acute or persistent, try using herbs like golden seal or uva ursi, which have natural antibacterial properties. Two great anti-inflammatory medications are IF Relief and Thai-Go, both of which can help you feel better quickly. Potentially useful is PS II, a broad prostate herbal preparation. The supplement KB-C is another effective treatment.
Omega-3 essential fatty acids are another effective treatment for lowering inflammation in the prostate. Low incidences of prostatitis and prostate cancer are observed among fish-consuming Eskimo men. Studies have indicated that consuming foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids can help shrink the size of the prostate by slowing the proliferation of prostate cells. As a result, you'll feel less pain and exhaustion and have more energy and a higher libido, and you'll also have a more regular expulsion (stream) of waste.