The prostate – also known as the prostate gland by experts – is a kastaniengrosses body of the man, which is wedged between the bladder and rectum, and surrounds the urinary tract. It is three-quarters for the compilation of the seminal fluid and thus responsible for the reproductive ability of central importance. If there are prostate problems can lead to unpleasant pain in the entire genital area, especially after the urine output, or after sex. In such cases, the disease is often diagnosed with prostatitis, which may, depending on the cause and progress stage more or less easily treated. Today, a four-stage classification of the disease is common, as defined by the U.S. National Institutes of Health. It will be called in ascending strength asymptomatic inflammatory prostatitis, chronic nonbacterial prostatitis, chronic bacterial prostatitis, and acute prostatitis. The last two forms are, as the name suggests, caused by bacteria, and can be usually treated with antibiotics.In the first two types of prostate problems is however, a mechanical cause, which can fight each other with natural methods. Especially against the chronic nonbacterial Prostatits Researchers have recently found an effective method. The background for the disease are mostly cramped muscles in the pelvic area, which is a cause stinging and tearing around the prostate, anus, bladder. As a result, affected males can no longer give their urine without pain, or have problems after sexual intercourse. Through a targeted training program to strengthen these muscles relax and the prostate problems can be overcome. For this we need to take any medication, because the method relies exclusively on natural movements. Recently instructions are available on DVD, which show how one can strengthen this muscle group. Clinical studies have attributed the program has a high efficacy rate and stress that it is also generally positive impact on the wellbeing of the bodyeffect.