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Those suffering from bladder infection You know that the pain is almost unbearable. But some solutions with home remedies can help get rid of this nuisance. Infections occur when bacteria through the urethral channel, invade the bladder. And they multiply rapidly.
Urinary tract infections are more common among sexually active women, and anemic people, and also in those with diabetes. The most common type of urinary tract infection is known as cystitis.
According to medical studies, a specific set of common causes that cause infection can include poor hygiene of the genital area, the use of condoms, spermicides, or oral contraceptives, or not. The symptoms are mild fever, burning sensation when urinating, pain above the pubic area, and pus or blood in the urine.
Preventive measures: avoid foods high in sugar, drink plenty of water and vitamin C supplements, in addition to proper cleaning in the intimate area.
For those already suffering from THE CONDITIONthe, one should try to strengthen the body so that her body can fight off the infection, which means increase considerably the consumption of foods containing zinc, vitamin A, beta carotene and bioflavonoids.
Who are suffering from this infection You should not rule out a visit to the doctor. If mistreated, a urinary tract infection can spread to the kidneys. This can occur even when symptoms suggest that there is improvement. However, it is possible to resort to natural medicine to seek healing.
Cranberry juice has been used for over a century as a home remedy to prevent and treat urinary tract infection. The components present in the body cranberry prevent bacteria from adhering to the walls of the urinary tract. Ie, cranberry juice can "wash out" bacteria from the bladder. Important to know is that the cranberry juice must be sweetened to be more effective, and the tablets of cranberry, found in natural supplements stores also have highly positive results.
The bearberry is another excellent option. It is a popular herb in the treatment of bladder infection. Its main active component, arbutin, appears to be broken down and excreted by the kidneys, which seems to have antiseptic properties. It contains significant amounts of compounds called tannins, which are beneficial for this case. Warning: people with kidney or liver disease, or pregnant or nursing women and children should not take bearberry. Side effects of bearberry may include urine to be brown or green, nausea, ringing in the ears, or indigestion. It is necessary to make the use of restraint. Seek guidance if necessary.
Another indication for treatment is make use of horsetail tea. Take it regularly can represent great relief.