Urine Infection Remedies

If you are one of the 8-12 million people each year who develop a UTI, then you are likely to be on the lookout for effective urine infection remedies.  As one of the most common infections affecting both men and women, it causes a variety of symptoms ranging from mild discomfort right through to raging agony (and I speak from personal experience!) which can cause sleepless nights in the truest sense of the word and prevents you carrying out your day to day activities.

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The good news is that it is possible for the majority of people to treat their urine infections very effectively at home, using a number of simple, straightforward remedies. It’s often just a case of knowing what to try.

When you search on the internet for urine infection remedies, you will come across hundreds of suggestions, some of which may be helpful and some which could prove downright dangerous.  I am pleased to be able to present a tried and tested system which has worked successfully for many thousands of men and women worldwide and which I have used myself.

However, you might find that the simple measures below are enough if your condition is mild, so consider trying these self-help tips first.

Urine Infection Remedies

  • Drink around 8 glasses of fresh water daily
  • Try heat therapy-a hot water bottle or microwaveable heat pad can be placed on the abdomen
  • Drink 2 glasses of unsweetened cranberry juice, 3 hours apart
  • Take a high dose vitamin C tablet  (Dissolvable tablets get absorbed fast)
  • Don’t use perfumed products around the intimate areas
  • Take showers rather than soaking in the bath
  • Wear underwear made from natural fabrics
  • Urinate when you feel you need to despite the fact that this might be painful

If you feel that you need the support of a tried and tested remedy, the system I am happy to recommend offers 3 simple home remedies which will work for the majority of people and then a step by step 12 hour “Ninja-like” plan for those with a more severe or stubborn condition.   This involves an hour by hour sequence of steps whereby at the end of the 12 hours, you should find that your symptoms have gone.  Indeed, many find that they begin to feel significant relief much sooner.  Best of all, this is guaranteed to work.

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About Urinary Infections

Urine infections can be a serious health problem and are one of the most common reasons why people visit their doctors.  They can affect both genders, but are more common in women which is likely to be due to their physical make-up.  Quite worryingly, sufferers of UTI’s are likely to have recurrent attacks which can get more and more painful as time goes on and the risk of damage can increase with time.

The urinary system comprises of the bladder and kidneys, along with the associate “tubes” which lead from the kidneys to the bladder (ureters) and that which leads from the bladder to the outside world (urethra).  The ureters carry filtered urine from the kidneys for storage in the bladder and the urethra is the tube which empties the urine.

Normally, the urine will be sterile and although it contains fluids and waste products, it is normally free from bacteria.  However, an infection often occurs when bacteria clings to the entrance of the urethra and starts to multiply.  If the body cannot quickly and effectively fight the infection, the bacteria will often multiply and travel to the bladder.  If not treated, the bacteria could migrate to the kidneys, causing a potentially serious kidney infection.

To use the urine infection remedies which I recommend, you must first be sure that you do indeed have a UTI rather than a more serious kidney infection, which will require medical treatment to prevent damage to the kidneys.  If you are at all unsure, have a look at the symptom checker.

If you do indeed have a UTI, then it is important to get started with your treatment right away.  Even the mildest condition can progress to a more serious condition if left unchecked.