Prostrate Disorders

A large percentage of men over fifty years of age suffer from prostate troubles of one form or other. The prostrate gland is a male gland; comparable in shape and size to a large chestnut .It is situated at the base of the urinary bladder and around the commencement of the urethra. There are various types of prostrate disorders, the more important being hypertrophy or enlargement of the prostrate gland, and prostatitis or inflammation in the prostate gland.


There are two warning signals to indicate the possibility of prostate disorders. The first is the interference with the passage of urine, and the second is the need to void the urine frequently during the night’s sleep. Other symptoms are a dull aching pain in the lower back and pain in the hips, legs and feet


The position of the prostate gland make s is liable to congestion and other disorders. In an erect position, pressure falls on the pelvic region just where the prostate gland is situated. With ageing body gets heavier and looses its flexibility. This puts greater pressure on the pelvis and increases the vulnerability of the prostate gland. Prolonged period of sitting in certain occupation also increases the pressure on the pelvic region. Acute prostatitis may also result from exposure to cold and chill and from infectious diseases. Another important cause for prostate disorders is constipation.

Healing Options

Herbal Home Remedy
Ayurvedic Supplements

              Shilajeet Tablets

              Chandraprabha Bati

              Gokshuradi Guggulu   

  • To begin with the patient should forego all solid foods and subsist on water, mixed with a little lemon juice for two or three days. The water may be taken cold or hot and it should be taken every hour or so during waking hours. This will greatly increase urine. After the short fast, the patient may adopt an all fruit diet, consisting of juicy fruits, for the next three days. This should be followed by a diet consisting of two meals of fruits and one of cooked vegetables for seven days. Thereafter the patient may adopt a well balanced diet, with emphasis on seeds, nuts, grains, vegetable, and fruits. Heavy starches, sweet stimulants, and highly seasoned foods are entirely forbidden, as they are said to cause direct irritation to the prostate gland and bladder.
  • During the initial water fast for two to three days an enema may be taken once a day to clear the bowel of accumulations. Hot and cold applications are highly beneficial in the treatment of prostrate disorders. After a through cleansing in the treatment through a warm – water enema, hot and cold applications may be used directly on the prostate gland. The patient should avoid sexual excess irregularities in eating and drinking, long periods of sitting, and vigorous exercise. All efforts should be made to tone up the general condition of the body.
  • Vajrasana
  • Forwardbend (Paschimothana Asana)