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Microbes such as bacteria that are overcoming our body's defenses are the main cause of UTI or Urinary Tract Infection. Kidneys, bladder, and the tubes that run between them are the most affected. Our Urinary Tract is the one responsible waste and excess water removal from our body. The bladder, the ureters, the urethra and the kidneys are its main composites. Here are some fast facts about UTI that may come in handy:


Women have a lifetime risk of over 50% of developing a Urinary Tract Infection
UTI is usually diagnosed based on symptoms and testing of a urine sample
Common symptoms of which include a strong, frequent urge to urinate and a painful burning sensation when urinating
Uncomplicated urinary tract infections can be cured with 2-3 days of treatment
Cranberry extracts do not treat UTIs but may help reduce the risk of recurrent UTI

Getting over Urinary Tract Infection goes beyond taking antibiotic alone. As a matter of fact, some does not even require a prescription and it can be accessed within the confines of your home. Just make sure that you would let your doctor know and have it as an addition to the treatment that your doctor is suggesting. Make sure that you would be cautious trying out this new strategy. 


Here are 7 simple Home Remedies you can try to get rid of UTI:

1. Keep Hydrated

Drinking plenty of water is one of the first things that are advised for you to do when you have a Urinary Tract Infection. The bacteria that is causing the infection can actually flush away with the help of water. The ideal water intake actually depends on your size; so why the usual 8 glasses a day won't be enough if you have a bigger built. You should aim for half of your body weight in ounces of water. If your current body weight is at 140 pounds, you should drink up to 80 ounces a day.

2. Heat Up to Beat the UTI Pain

Burning, pain, and pressure around your pubic area are commonly caused by irritation and inflammation from UTI. To soothe the pain, you can apply a heating pad; please remember to not apply it directly to your skin. Always keep the heat setting low and limit your use to 15 minutes at a time twice a day to avoid burns.


3. Do Not Restrict Your Bathroom Runs

Every time you use the loo, you get rid of small amount of bacteria that causes the infection. Whenever you go ahead and empty your bladder, it helps!


4. Vitamin C is the Key

A diet including foods that are high in Vitamin C is very important for a healthy urinary tract. Large amounts of Vitamin C actually make urine more acidic and prevents the further growth of bacteria in your urinary tract. Taking Vitamin C supplements may be an alternative for those who are not much of a fan of citrusy food.

5. Have a Bladder Friendly Diet

If you have UTI, you should keep your bladder healthy, hence, you should cut bladder irritants from your diet. Alcohol, nicotine, artificial sweeteners, caffeine, spicy food, and carbonated drinks can irritate your bladder further, making it harder for your body to heal. Food that is good for your digestive health, such as high-fiber carbohydrates, should be your focus.


6. Don't Panic, It's Organic

Always consider herbal remedies. Bearberry Leaf, which is commonly used as a treatment for lower urinary tract infections, maybe just compatible with you. However, this should be taken with caution, say five days or less, because it may cause liver damage. You may also consider the herb Goldenseal, it is also popular t cure UTI. But summing it up, always tell your doctor about the herbs and other remedies that you are taking or planning to take for the reason that side effects can sometimes be serious.

7. Switch for the Better

Change to healthier habits. Lifestyle changes really matter because they can help you recover from UTI and might prevent another infection.

Women are commonly prone to UTI and there are three approaches that can help to avoid it from recurring. Cranberry juice can be very effective if you drink at least 8 ounces of it a day for six months to a year. Postmenopausal women may take vaginal estrogen to prevent UTI by the growth of Lactobacilli. Probiotic vaginal suppositories containing Lactobacilli have had promising results in premenopausal women, although they may not work as well for postmenopausal women.

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