Lack of Potency
Erectile dysfunction usually manifests as a result of emotional overload and stress. Traditional Chinese medicine administers acupuncture, moxa and herbal therapy to unblock the meridians, such that the energy flows freely again. The free flow of energy ensures balance and the well-being of the body. This is turn assists in reducing stress and resolving erectile dysfunction.
Who is affected by prostate problems?
Men who are employed in the office, chauffeurs, those who like to drink one glass more or have a stressful lifestyle, tend to develop prostrate problems.
What kind of prostate ailments exist?
Prostatitis is an acute inflammation of the prostate with symptoms including pain during and after ejaculation, pain during urination or bowel movements, blood in the urine, a pulling sensation in the groin and / or a sensation of pressure and tension in the perineal region. The cause of the inflammation is the frequent swelling of the prostate during defecation, urination and sexual intercourse. The outward opening of the urethra, as well as the surrounding glands can also play a role in instigating inflammation. If an acute inflammation is not treated, the risk exists that chronic inflammation will develop.
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)
Benign prostatic hyperplasia involves an enlargement of the prostate that affects mainly older men. The symptoms are similar to those of a bladder infection.
Initially there are no specific symptoms. Later symptoms include an impeded urine outflow and eventually urinary retention, which damages the kidney.
Traditional Chinese medicine uses holistic methods both to prevent and heal symptoms, supporting health by bringing the body back into balance and stimulating the flow of life (Qi). Traditional Chinese Medicine can alleviate the pronounced symptoms of prostate problems in the advanced stages and prevent the condition from becoming worse.