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The causes of BPH. How to avoid this problem.

BPH occurs as a result of the growth of cells in the submucosal glands of the bladder, resulting in

nodules are formed and disrupted the normal process of urination, the urethra narrows and loses the form of the internal sphincter in the bladder.

Benign prostatic hyperplasia or BPH) is found in 70% of men over the age of 70 years.

If left untreated adenoma of prostate, cells will continue to grow and this will lead to a gradual increase in the pressure of urine in the urethra. Urine will begin to throw in the prostate gland that will provoke the development of prostatitis. These two diseases combined require more time and patience to treat.

Adenoma – this is a progressive disease that without treatment increases prostate. Man feels pain, disturbed urination and sexual function. Then the only option for recovery is getting prompt treatment.

The risk of development of BPH

The risk of developing prostate adenoma is increased in the following cases:

  • genetic predisposition;
  • weight;
  • improper diet (abuse of salty, spicy, fatty and smoked food);
  • the abuse of beer;
  • the regular Smoking.

The reasons for the development

At the same time nervous regulation is disturbed, resulting in spasm of smooth muscles of the urethra and development of micturition disorders.

If not treated, will increase the pressure in the urethra and the neck of the bladder, causing urine will be thrown into the prostatic ducts. All these changes lead to prostate cancer.

The lifestyle change

The first signs of benign prostatic hyperplasia in men aged 30 — 40 years due to unhealthy lifestyle, which causes the blood stagnation in the pelvic area.

The man is not engaged in physical activity, sedentary life, Smoking and abusing alcohol.

Modern sports

If a man is fond of fashionable extreme sports such as mountain skiing, diving, surfing, he can consistently SuperCool the body that will lead to the development of non-communicable chronic prostatitis, which plays a huge role in the development of BPH.

How dangerous is BPH

Adenoma cells are not able to move to a malignant growth or the emergence of metastases.

This disease is dangerous for its complications.

Urinary tract infections occur due to stagnation of urine in the bladder

Acute urinary retention occurs when alcohol, certain medications, and also after operations or stress.

Flowing iron and completely covers the urethra.

The formation of stones in the bladder

Chronic renal failure arises as a result of prolonged course of the disease and may lead to death of the patient.