Houston, Texas, Hot pant or shorts are widely used by women. But now hot pant has been created that can be battery powered removing the heat and into new ways to overcome the symptoms of prostate disease.
Shorts are made of fabric is designed to be worn under pants, has a small element that can remove heat.
These pants are in clinical trials to treat urinary retention, which is a condition that affects people of all ages which makes it difficult to urinate.
Urinary retention particularly common in men with prostate gland enlargement due to obstructed exit to the bladder, causing symptoms such as difficulty urinating, frequent need to go to the toilet, and difficulty emptying the bladder completely.
Symptoms of this disease can range from mild to severe, in some cases can cause inability to urinate. This condition is usually treated with drugs or surgery.
Hot new pant developed by U.S. companies and tested in Mobley Clinical Research Centre, Houston, Texas, is designed to produce low-level heat to overcome the symptoms of prostate disease in men.
The idea to make this battery-powered shorts based on anecdotal evidence and case reports indicating that some problems in the urinary tract can be effectively reduced by heating the skin of the external or often known as Jacuzzi effect.
“This sounds like a non-invasive technique that makes sense to try and the results can be interesting in the early phase, especially for those who can not tolerate or do not want to take medication,” said Raj Persad, consultant urological surgeon and senior lecturer in clinical University of Bristol, as reported by Dailymail, Tuesday (03/22/2011).
The theory is given by a pair of warmth to relax muscle cells in the bladder neck, urinary sphincter and pelvic floor.
Doctors also believe that the warmth generated these pants can reduce the impulse of the body’s communication network called the autonomic nervous system.
These networks are largely independent of the control and regulate various basic functions such as contraction of the bladder.
For some reason, this system also contributed to the problems caused by enlargement of the prostate by preventing the bladder emptying.
It is estimated that 60 percent of men aged 60 years or older have some degree of prostate enlargement, also known as benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).
The exact cause is unknown, but research shows hormones may play an important role. Some studies indicate a hormone called dihydrotestosterone (DHT), whose levels increase with age, can stimulate prostate growth.
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