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Natural Remedies For UTI Infections

By Aneron Kepasil

UTIs, or urinary tract infections, affect millions of people every year. They are most common in women, but men and children are susceptible as well. UTIs occur when bacteria attaches to the urethra’s (the tube that lets urine flow from the bladder to the outside of the body) opening and multiply. Nearly all UTIs are caused by Escherichia coli (E. coli), bacteria which normally lives in the colon. People suffering from urinary tract infections can experience frequent urination, back pain, burning when urinating, pressure around the bladder or generalized fatigue and weakness, while others have no symptoms at all.

Having good hygiene is important if you have a chronic UTI. Women should wipe themselves front to back when they use the bathroom. Women who have poor hygiene habits often wipe back to front which can cause fecal mater to enter the urinary tract. This creates bacteria in the urinary tract which causes recurrent urinary tract infections to occur.

A common natural UTI treatment is to flush the bacteria by drinking lots of water and other non-sugar based liquids. Flushing the bacteria from your urine helps to greatly diminish the painful side effects of a UTI. It is important to avoid sugar based liquids because they tend to encourage bacterial growth. The goal of naturally treating a UTI is to completely stop bacterial growth and remove the bacteria from your urinary tract system.

An easy remedy for UTI infections is diet modification. Drinking large amounts of water throughout the day will help to flush out the system, ridding your body of bacteria. You should also avoid sugar and foods containing sugar, as these can encourage bacterial growth. Finally, increasing your consumption of Vitamin C, usually through the use of a supplement, will help to treat UTI infections.

The symptoms of a UTI include cloudy urine, a strong odor, low fever and a painful, constant need to urinate. Many women also experience fatigue, nausea, and a general ill feeling. If the infection is mild, it may often go away on its own without an antibiotic. However, a prescription medication can be necessary to fully remove all the bacteria so that the UTI does not return.

An easy solution to naturally treating a urinary tract infection is a UTI supplement. Supplements that include bacteria fighting ingredients in their pure form are a convenient way to get natural bacteria fighting ingredients into your body. Urizol is a high quality supplement that includes several natural ingredients in their purest form to treat a UTI. For more information about Urizol, visit http://urizol.com.

Want to find out more about uti infections, then visit our site and learn more about Cures for UTI – 7 Secrets to Treat Urinary Tract Infections.

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