8 allies against urinary infections

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Tired of burning pain when urinating, of that feeling of not being able to completely empty your bladder and the discomfort of going to the bathroom often? Then it's time to act friend! Know the possible solutions to urinary infections

Urinary tract infections occur when bacteria from the rectum or that we bring from abroad enter the urethra and infect the urinary tract. Bladder infection (cystitis) is the most common type and is caused in 80% of cases by Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus saprophyticus bacteria . However , there are others that are less common but much more serious, such as kidney infection (pyelonephritis). 

They are more common in women because the urethra, the tube that carries urine out of the bladder, is shorter in women than in men. This makes it easier for bacteria to enter and reach the bladder.

Could it be that I have a urinary tract infection?

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) can affect the kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra. You must know how to differentiate them from infections caused by fungi or viruses, so learn to recognize the symptoms of this type of infection:

  • Urination (urination) frequent
  • Feeling of not being able to completely empty the bladder
  • Burning sensation when urinating
  • Cloudy or dark urine
  • Urine with a strong odor
  • Pelvic pain

Who has ever happened to us?

In fact, almost half of all women will experience a UTI at some point in their lives. The problem occurs when this type of infection recurs and medical treatment only relieves it momentarily.

What to do if I have cystitis frequently?

If this is your case, you must begin to address the problem comprehensively, always accompanied by the advice of a gynecologist, to receive drug treatment, which may include the prescription of antibiotics.

You should know that only with natural remedies you will not find a solution, since it is a medical condition that deserves to be addressed by professionals, and although some measures can alleviate it, they will not solve the underlying problem.

Second, you need to incorporate some positive habits into your life from home. So today we want to go straight to share some tips that every woman should know and practice to keep negative bacteria away from your urinary system.

Write down these recommendations and take action to prevent them:

  1. Urine after sexual activity : this is how you eliminate from your system some of the bacteria that may have entered during penetration.

  2. Take a shower instead of taking baths : avoid long exposure to hot water, which ends up concentrating all the bacteria that come out of our body when we clean ourselves, which may want to re-enter through the urethra.

  3. Say goodbye to vaginal douches, sprays or powders in the genital area: we never tire of repeating it, none of these benefit your intimate health, but rather in the long run, by destroying good bacteria, hiding odors and adding chemical components, put your health at risk.

  4. Teach girls to wipe from front to back: because that way they don't transfer anal bacteria to their vulva.

  5. Stay well hydrated: hydration status has been linked to the risk of urinary tract infection. Drinking plenty of fluids can decrease the risk of developing a UTI by making you urinate more, which helps flush bacteria out of the urinary tract.

  6. Increase your intake of vitamin C : Taking vitamin C can decrease the risk of UTIs by making the urine more acidic and thus killing the bacteria that cause infections.

    To increase your vitamin C intake, eat more fruits and vegetables. Red bell peppers, oranges, grapefruit, and kiwis contain the full recommended amount in a single serving. You can also consume nutritional supplements that contain it to make sure you consume it.

  7. More cranberries in your diet: Some studies show that cranberries may help reduce the risk of urinary tract infections by preventing bacteria from sticking to the urinary tract. Whether in juice (without sugar) or in nutritional supplements, it can help you fight bacteria.

    The Bye Bye Cystitis nutritional supplement has been formulated with a super concentrated Organic Cranberry extract, rich in Proanthocyanidins of the purest quality (PAC'S) and D-Mannose. These two ingredients prevent the bacteria that regularly cause UTIs from sticking to the bladder walls. In addition, it contains Vitamin C in the form of magnesium ascorbate (which does NOT harm the stomach), Propolis Extract, Oregano and Celery Leaf Extract. Which allows you to concentrate a high antibacterial and antifungal power naturally. It is an excellent antioxidant, acting as a natural diuretic to increase the flow of urine and prevent fluid retention in the body.

  8. Take probiotics : Probiotics are beneficial microorganisms that are consumed with food or supplements. They promote a healthy balance of bacteria in the intestines and in the vaginal area. You can find them in fermented foods, such as kefir, kimchi, kombucha, and yogurt.

The use of probiotics has been linked to benefits from improving digestive health to improving immune function. And certain strains of probiotics, such as Lactobacillus , may decrease the risk of UTIs. The Zenbiotic nutritional supplement contains the specific lactobacilli of the vagina and can help you include us in your healthy routine.

Do not get depressed if you continue to be a victim of vaginal infections for the first few days. Stay firm with healthy habits, food, hygiene and with the advice of the gynecologist, that your body will respond wisely in the short term.

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