Both Uncomfortable and Inconvenient
General Urinary Infections are one of the most bothersome, and painful ailments or infections a person can experience. Most have heard of Urinary Tract Infections, however, there are many types with many different types of bacteria that can cause the problem. It tends to happen a lot in adults in their 30’s and older. It also happens quite often in women who are sexually active or have unprotected sex. Going through menopause can also increase the risk of having UTI due to the hormonal changes interacting with the level of probiotics in the urinary tract.
An infection of the urinary system happens when bacteria essentially lodges itself in the urethra and even into the bladder lining itself. The problem occurs when bacteria doesn’t get into these tissues, it’s when the bacteria cannot get out. When this happens, the antibodies in the urinary tract start to attack the bacteria inside, causing inflammation and pain in the cervical region and lower back, depending on how far into the system the bacteria has penetrated. The urinary system then produces its own reaction. It essentially works overtime to force whatever is in the lining of the urethra out of the system causing the individual to urinate far more frequently.
Many symptoms can include fever, chills, night sweats, nausea, and vomiting. Some of the more frequent and almost always occurring symptoms are lower back and cervical pain and very frequent urination. If you have these symptoms, do not be worried, because there are many very natural all out cures that we here at Natural-cures1.com have categorized for you.
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When trying to figure out the best cures for bacterial infections, it is always helpful to keep three factors in mind.
The first factor is, fight the infection. This can be done by increasing the body’s defensive measures, as well as using natural antibiotics such as tea tree oil. The second, is healing the tissues or organs that have been damaged by treating with soothing oils and herbs. The third is preventing the reoccurrence of your ailment by taking steps and lifestyle changes that will assist in helping your body naturally defeat these problems.
Aromatherapy is very instrumental in helping with the symptoms of pain a UTI can carry with it. Bathing in oils and herbs such as chamomile, eucalyptus, and bergamot will lessen the pain, especially in the cervical region.
Diet is again a major factor. Always eat as possible in the event of a bacterial infection because this will increase your body’s natural means to fighting the problem on its own. Also, eating process foods and foods that are high in fat, sugar, and caffeine will not only harm your body’s ability to naturally fight off an infection by reducing natural immune system capabilities, but it can also be an excellent nutritional source for the bacteria itself. You would essentially be making your own body weaker while making the infection stronger, which is obviously going in the wrong direction. Last, herbs have a very natural healing property, so infuse parsley in a cup of tea for helping fight the bacteria.