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Chronic Prostatitis - Caused by Over Masturbation

"Iam 22. And I have an enlarged prostate” said no prostate enlargement commercial, ever. Prostate enlargement commercials market to middle-aged men, not to 20-year-old males. But according to a recent publication, men who excessively masturbate witness an elevated level of prostate inflammation.
Think of your sex life as a rubber band. You can use it multiple times, and it’ll always retain its shape. But if you exert too much pressure on it, it breaks. Similar to the rubber band, when you over masturbate, your sex life experiences intense pressure that causes liver malfunction and hormonal imbalances.

According to the Studies
Your prostate is charged with controlling the urine stream and producing the white, alkaline solution for semen to swim in. When you masturbate in excess, the prostate works overtime to prepare enough of the alkaline liquid for the next ejaculation. The over use of the prostate leads to exhaustion and an elevation in lactic acid, DHTcortisol and prostaglandin E2. According to Dr. Peng from Chongqing Medical University, a high level of lactic acid and free radical buildup occurs during an intense contraction of the pelvic muscles to ejaculate semen. This constant contraction leads to Prostatitis, known as prostate inflammation. [1]

Acute bacterial prostatitis (Category I)An acute infection of the prostate gland
Have urinary frequency and urgency
Mostly younger adult
Most have fever

Chronic bacterial prostatitis (Category II)Chronic bacterial prostatitis
Associated with ejaculate infection (bacteriospermia) and epididymitis
Mostly older adult
Frequent urinary tract infection

Nonbacterial prostatitis (Category III)Nonbacterial prostatitis
Also called Pelvic Pain syndrome
Pelvic pain
Causes many sexual dysfunctions

Asymptomatic inflammatory prostatitis (Category IV)Inflammation in the absence of a history of genitourinary pain
It can cause with high PSA reading
40% of men with infertility has Category IV

Why Inflammed?
For sex and masturbation to occur, the body must produce the necessary neurochemicals to power the sex drive and erectile capacity. During and after sex, the body releases hormones, neurotransmitters and steroids to relax muscles, pump blood and bind to testosterone. When a man engages in too much sex or masturbation, the body will over produce DHT, cortisol and prostaglandin E2, stress hormones that impede the liver’s detoxification process and ruin the sex organs. DHT, when found in excess, inflames the liver and prostate, causing chronic Prostatits.

Meanwhile, the enzymes and anti-oxidative mechanisms that normally recycle lactic acid, free radical and excessive metabolite waste become altered. Young adults who masturbate in excess see the toxic buildup remain high because of a weakened liver detoxification process damaged by O.M.

Reduce the Inflammation
Inflammation reduction begins with a balancing of DHT. The stress hormone inflames the prostate and damages the liver’s capacity to eliminate metabolic waste. The body must too experience an increase in prostaglandin E1 and E3, chemicals beneficial to the prostate. The severity in prostate inflammation will depend on a man’s age, sexual habits and health. For improved recovery, a man will want to take Exhaustion Recovery for Your Prostate to help decrease DHT, cortisol and prostaglandin E2 harmful to the prostate.

  1. ^Peng H, Chen Q, Tan Y., Frequent ejaculation associated free radical and lactic acid accumulation cause noninfectious inflammation and muscle dysfunction: a potential mechanism for symptoms in Chronic Prostatitis/Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome., Med Hypotheses. 2009 Sep;73(3):372-3. Epub 2009 May 10.

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