Prostatitis or Inflammation

Prostatitis is the inflammation of the prostate. It is tough for prostatitis patients to bear the symptoms.

Prostatitis patients feel lower-back pains, sometimes chills, and fever.

Symptoms include:

  • Pain in the lower back
  • Chills sometimes
  • Fever
  • A general feeling of sickness

A majority of men suffer from the non-bacterial, chronic pelvic pain syndrome CPPS. It is also called chronic prostatitis CP. Yet, doctors do not know its cause.

“We apply the whole-body approach instead of treating it as a prostate disorder. We treat the underlying causes of the symptoms than the symptoms themselves.”

– Dr. Mathur

“About 90% of symptoms occur due to other problems in the body.”

– Dr. Vashisht

At Sanjeevani Kaya Shodhan Sansthan, the Naturopathic treatments help the body to detoxify. It enables it to come at a level so it may accept food as medicine. We give the right combination of food and elimination diets including, wheat-free diet. The patients learn about body care, which includes:

  • Eating right
  • Waking and sleeping at a definite time
  • Exercising daily
  • The doctors recommend weight loss for overweight patients

The program at Sanjeevani teaches the patients how to cope with stress. The pelvic floor muscles get tensed due to psychological problems as:

The patients might suffer from food intolerance or allergies. Getting treatment may help to cope up with prostate disorder.
  • Anxiety
  • Stress and other emotional imbalances
  • Immune disorders
  • Neuromuscular tension
  • Food intolerance and allergies

We use Phytotherapy or Herbal medicine to treat Prostatitis. It includes probiotics used with quercetin and, pollen. It creates the correct balance of the microflora in the gut. This is especially required for patients taking antibiotics, as patients suffering from prostatitis. There are disease-specific food and herb combinations that help to heal. Some foods may cause allergies, whereas others work as medicine. The patients feel a relief when they begin avoiding spicy and acidic diets-

  • Caffeine
  • Wheat
  • Alcohol
  • Gluten.

The program offers total body care. The day begins with cleansing activity; as shatkarma and enema and followed by yoga. Bowel health is mandatory for a patient suffering from prostatitis. Special therapy, colon irrigation is available to cleanse out the colon. Colon irrigation is not part of the regular program. Patients need to pay for it additionally. (To find out about the price, click here). The doctors at Sanjeevani prescribe special diets for the patients at discharge.

Dr. Ved Prakash conducts meditation and laughing therapy in the evenings. The therapy is effective in helping the patients to de-stress. He emphasizes on how mandatory it is for prostatitis patients to de-stress. Dr. Mathur and Dr. Vashisht add, “Stress and tension are the cause of prostatitis in 50% of the patients.”

Playing tennis at the professional tennis courts

Other operational facilities include:

  • A state-of-the-art gym
  • Swimming pool
  • Biking facilities
  • Professional Tennis grounds
  • The scenic walkways that surround the lush Sanjeevani lawns
  • The premises that extend into the foliage of the Ashram
  • The Gaushala

Prostatitis patients may avail of facilities which are not in the regular program as:

  • Acupressure
  • Prostate massage
  • Pelvic rehabilitation and therapy

They help to release pelvic tension.

The traditional medication as antibiotics and alpha-blockers cannot treat tension. Whereas, alternative natural treatments treat the psychological and physical tension and are successful. So, Sanjeevani Kaya Shodhan Sansthan uses the whole-body approach. It aids in healing and preventing diseases. Furthermore, it enables patients to live an enhanced lifestyle.

Sanjeevani Kaya Shodhan Sansthan Goes online for bookings!
You can now make online payments to make reservations and book your treatment-stay at Sanjeevani Kaya Shodhan Sansthan

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