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Treating cystitis the natural way

  1. Have you ever had a painful, burning sensation when urinating? Perhaps you are exhausted and discomfort? Â You are not alone. Bladder infections are the second most common form of infection in the human body. These bladder infections occur when bacteria and other small organisms, often from the digestive tract, grab onto the wall of the urethra and then multiply. If you wait too long to treat the infection, the bacteria can reach the urinary tract through the urinary tract. kidney pulling. While these problems are more common in women, men can also get bladder infections.

  2. Have you ever had a painful, burning sensation when urinating? Perhaps you are exhausted and discomfort? Â You are not alone. Bladder infections are the second most common form of infection in the human body. These bladder infections occur when bacteria and other small organisms, often from the digestive tract, grab onto the wall of the urethra and then multiply. If you wait too long to treat the infection, the bacteria can reach the urinary tract through the urinary tract. kidneys pulling. While these problems are more common in women, men can also get bladder infections.

A natural alternative

  1. Often people can take antibiotics after a few days due to their own busy schedule, which can make the infection worse. Other people prefer not to use antibiotics if there is a natural way to resolve a bladder infection. There are several natural ways of treating a urinary tract infection, but which ones work well and which ones are myths? We started looking for scientifically proven products.

  2. Often people can only get antibiotics after a few days due to their own busy schedule, which can make the infection worse. Other people prefer not to take antibiotics if there is a natural way to resolve a bladder infection. There are several natural ways to treat a urinary tract infection, but which ones work well and which ones are myths? We started looking for scientifically proven products.

Cranberries

  1. Cranberries have been recommended for the prevention and treatment of urinary tract infections for over a hundred years. But in recent decades we have only had a scientific basis that proves that it actually has a use. In 1994, a clinical study published in The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) found that cranberry juice can actually help prevent urinary tract infections.

  2. Cranberries have been recommended for the prevention and treatment of urinary tract infections for over a hundred years. But in recent decades, we have only had a scientific basis that proves that it actually makes sense. In 1994, a clinical study published in The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) found that cranberry juice can actually help prevent urinary tract infections.

  1. Later studies showed that this effect is caused by the compounds found in cranberries, including proanthocyanidins - this substance prevents E. coli from getting a hold of the urethral wall. and this inhibits the build-up of bacteria that cause urinary tract infections. Since then, numerous studies have made it clear that cranberries are effective against bladder infections. In addition, there are cranberry-based supplements designed for people with recurring urinary tract infections.

  2. Later studies showed that this effect is caused by the compounds found in cranberries, including proanthocyanidins - this substance prevents E. coli from getting a hold of the urethral wall. and this inhibits the build-up of bacteria that cause urinary tract infections. Since then, there have been numerous studies showing that cranberries are good for bladder infections. In addition, there are cranberry-based supplements designed for people with recurring urinary tract infections.

  1. Research has also shown that 100% pure cranberry juice can shorten the duration of non-aggressive infections and possibly treat them. However, earlier this year, scientists at the University of Michigan published findings that cranberry juice couldn't completely prevent recurring urinary tract infections. So it turns out that cranberries help with a bladder infection, but are not completely effective for recurring urinary tract infections.

  2. Research has also shown that 100% pure cranberry juice can shorten the duration of non-aggressive infections and possibly treat them. However, earlier this year, scientists at the University of Michigan published findings that cranberry juice couldn't completely prevent recurring urinary tract infections. So it turns out that cranberries help with cystitis, but are not completely effective with recurring urinary tract infections.

Uva-Ursi / Bearberry

  1. Uva-ursi, also called bearberry, is a shrub found in the mountainous regions of North America. This shrub contains various chemicals with antiseptic properties. One of the most important substances is arbutoside, which is converted into a form of hydroquinone when it passes through our bladder system. This helps fight infections, a fact the Native Americans knew about centuries ago. Bearberry, on the other hand, can potentially be poisonous. In large amounts, it has been shown to cause liver damage. Therefore it is not recommended for long term use.

Turmeric

  1. The Hydrastis Canadensis or Canadian turmeric contains the compound berberine, which can prevent bacteria from attaching to the walls of the urethra, similar to the proanthocyanidins in cranberries

D-Mannose

  1. D-Mannose is found in cranberries, blueberries, apples, and even birches, d-mannose is a simple sugar that acts as a magnet for E. coli. Since D-mannose is indigestible to the human body, it grabs as much E. coli as it can and is then flushed through the body without affecting our blood sugar levels. In addition, it is also considered safe for pregnant women, nursing mothers, and children when used in moderate amounts.

  1. As a supplement, D-mannose is most effective as a concentrate. Natural D-Mannose is derived from birch / beech wood with a solvent free separation process and it is a white sweet powder. Synthetically produced D-Mannose may have used potentially harmful substances in its manufacture. That's why it's a good idea to choose a natural supplement.

Natural Vitamin C

  1. Vitamin C stimulates the immune system by increasing the amount of interferon in our body. This is a protein that blocks the multiplication of pathogenic microbes. Vitamin C supports the body in a variety of ways, and one of the most important is its role in our immune system. Making sure your daily vitamin C intake is adequate can help prevent infection. In addition, vitamin C is effective in stopping the growth of E. coli, as certain bacteria cannot thrive in acidic environments. A daily intake of 4,000 mg of vitamin C lowers the pH of the urine, making our urine more acidic and less habitable, but this amount exceeds the tolerable limit for adults by 2,000 mg. This could cause long-term health problems.

Conclusion

  1. Of course there are times when a natural remedy may no longer be realistic, for example when the infection is severe or has already moved towards the kidneys. However, there are several natural products that can help reduce or even prevent cystitis. Our bodies are naturally able to fight off bacteria, and ensuring optimal health only makes our bodies stronger.



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