Bladder infection treatment home cures have been a popular subject lately. Many people are trying home remedies that work and some are finding ones that do not work. What have you been trying?
What UTI Treatment Works?
You may have already realized that antibiotics do not always work! About 25% of antibiotic users will be repeat sufferers. This is about 1 in every 4!
Antibiotics are not always the answer for bladder infections because antibiotics kill all bacteria. Because your urinary tract is home to both ‘good’ and ‘bad’ bacteria, both types of bacteria are killed. Unfortunately, you need ‘good’ bacteria to support a healthy bladder.
If you have had repeat infections, you most likely have suffered this because you did not have enough ‘good’ bacteria. There are plenty of ways to cure your bladder infection and here are a few ways.
Bladder Infection Home Treatment
A urinary tract infection home treatment is simple because it involves 3 steps. You need to boost your ‘good’ bacteria count, boost your immunity and flush/kill the E coli bacteria (bad) that is causing the pain and infection. Here are some suggestions to get you started with your home treatment.
Boost your ‘good’ bacteria count by eating yogurt. There are specific yogurts that also have a higher bacteria count which will also be beneficial.
You can also boost your immunity by supplementing about 2500 mg of vitamin C each day. You can also take a zinc supplement to help with absorption.
Finally, you can do a variety of things to begin to flush the E coli bacteria. One simple thing is to drink 3 glasses of unsweetened cranberry juice each day. A miracle compound in cranberries will actually decling the bacteria on the bladder walls.
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