Prostatitis and benign prostatic hyperplasia is a fairly common disease in the older male population.
The main symptom of prostate adenoma is difficulty urinating due to compression of the urethra.
With these diseases, in the framework of complex treatment, along with drugs, folk remedies, for example, the use of dead bees for prostate adenoma, and surgical methods, as well as in order to prevent congestion and inflammation, therapeutic exercises are recommended.
Special exercises for prostatitis and prostate adenoma should be performed for a sufficiently long time. They are aimed at strengthening the muscles of the pelvis, perineum, lower extremities, general strengthening of the body.
Also, recommended exercises for prostatitis and prostate adenoma are shown to a man after an operation on the prostate gland in order to prevent complications. In this case, they should be carried out in a gentle manner and taking into account the patient's well-being.
Physiotherapy for prostate adenoma: the main complexes of physical exercises
Physical therapy for prostate adenoma, as well as massage, improves blood circulation in the pelvic organs.
This can stop the development of the pathological process, reduce the growth rate of a benign tumor.
Exercise for prostate adenoma includes static and dynamic exercises.
General strengthening exercises, such as walking, running, cycling, are referred to as dynamic ones. It is also worth doing exercises such as squatting, walking on the buttocks, rolling on the ball, exercises with raising and raising the legs, or raising the pelvis while lying down.
Static exercises include standing positions with prolonged tension of a specific muscle group.
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Strengthening your back and abdominal muscles is essential. For this, exercises are carried out in the supine position, on the side, on the stomach, twisting and push-ups. One of the effective exercises is a bicycle in a supine position, to complicate the exercise - with a raised pelvis.
All kinds of lifts and inclinations, rotational movements of the pelvis are useful. There are special sets of exercises aimed at the muscle group of the perineum.
The most famous and effective set of exercises for prostate adenoma is the Kegel complex, created by a gynecologist for women and modified for men. Its main exercises are performed while standing and lying, consist in training the muscles of the anus and perineum, aimed at preventing congestion in the perineum and small pelvis.
The complex should be performed in the morning, after hygiene procedures, and in the evening. Exercises before bedtime with prostate adenoma are recommended to be performed 2-3 hours before bedtime.
Exercise for prostate adenoma should be carried out taking into account the patient's well-being, you should not overexert yourself and force progress, the complexity of the exercises must take into account the age of the patient and be agreed with the attending physician.
A properly selected set of exercises after surgery on the prostate gland can be of significant help during the postoperative recovery period. Exercise should be regular.
The set of exercises itself does not take much time, but its regular use has a good effect on the general condition of the man's body and blood circulation in the pelvic organs, reduces the severity of congestion and edema.
Also, strengthening the muscles of the abdominal and perineum has a positive effect on the process of urination, and in the future will be an excellent prevention of prostate adenoma.
It is also necessary to remember about moderation in performing the exercises, they should bring pleasure and slight fatigue, but should not be accompanied by painful sensations or be done through force.
Therapeutic gymnastics for prostate adenoma
Recommended gymnastics for prostate adenoma is carried out not only for benign prostatic hyperplasia, it can also be useful for those patients who have undergone surgery for prostate cancer in chronic prostatitis.
Physical therapy in combination with drug therapy can help reduce edema and congestion in the small pelvis, and, accordingly, reduce urethral obstruction and improve urine output. Therapeutic gymnastics for prostate adenoma, or exercise therapy, is carried out under the supervision of a specialist doctor, in groups, often in medical institutions and includes three stages.
At the first stage, a general physical activity is given, including aerobic exercise, running, jumping, and a warm-up.
At the second stage, special exercises are carried out aimed at strengthening the muscles of the back, abdominal muscles, the perineal region, those muscles that contribute to the emptying of the bladder. Various exercises are also carried out to reduce congestion in the pelvic organs.
At the third stage, stretching and relaxation of the muscles loaded during exercise are achieved.
This course of exercises for obtaining a stable effect should be carried out regularly and take a long time. The technique of physiotherapy exercises must necessarily be included in the complex of therapeutic measures, including drug treatment, and physiotherapy, and surgery, if necessary.
The proliferation of the glandular tissue of the prostate gland is an age-related ailment, and its course strongly depends on the state of health and safety of the body.
Compliance with the rules of a healthy lifestyle, regular exercise, proper nutrition and adherence to a diet, avoidance of bad habits have a great impact on the quality of life and have a positive effect on the timing of the onset of the disease and on its course.
The habit of maintaining physical activity and the use of available exercises, even in old age, allows you to preserve the functions of organs and systems for a long time.