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How to counteract female urinary tract discomforts

Women’s health (circulation, hormones, menopause)

Why do certain ailments predominantly affect women?

The urinary system performs the fundamental function of eliminating waste substances from our body, conveying them towards the outside through the urethra. For this reason, it is very important to keep it in perfect efficiency.

Female urinary tract is more prone than male one to certain types of discomfort, essentially for two reasons:

  • hormonal;
  • anatomical.

The urethra in women is indeed shorter than that of men, and is located in a position closest to the rectum.

Some incorrect behaviour may also promote the onset of more or less annoying problems:

  • inaccurate or, conversely, excessive intimate hygiene;
  • use of synthetic or poor quality underwear (which can leave stains on the skin);
  • use of very tight jeans, pants or pantyhose
  • use of tampons
  • unbalanced diet

The right herbs to counteract female urinary tract discomforts

For the reasons mentioned above, many women happen at least once in their life to feel a more or less intense discomfort, especially when urinating.
The incidence of these ailments may be higher in Winter because of the cold that contributes to weaken our immune system.

To fight off some of the problems in the female urinary tract, it may also be useful to use specific natural products.
In the formulation of these supplements, are generally present herbs that promote the drainage of body fluids (and the subsequent body detoxification), such as goldenrod, horsetail, corn and bearberry.
The beneficial effect of plants such as mallow is often also exploited, as it can have an emollient and soothing effect on the urinary system. The presence of baptisia and echinacea, however, serve to promote the natural defences of our body.

5 food rules to prevent female urinary tract ailments

Also being careful about what you eat can help you fight this kind of discomfort.

Here are some simple tips:

  1. eat plenty of fruits and vegetables, rich in vitamin C and E;
  2. drink much, to promote diuresis and, consequently, the body detoxification;
  3. prevent, or limit, foods that can have an irritating effect on the urinary tract, such as coffee, vinegar, old cheese, sauces, spices etc.;
  4. temporarily limit foods that are difficult to digest, such as fried foods or meals high in fat;
  5. limit excess sugars and sweets, which can have, in their turn, an inflammatory action.

The synergistic action of a correct behaviour, a proper diet and specific supplements, therefore, can turn out to be a valuable aid against female urinary tract discomforts.

Come find out the products containing some plants that can exert a soothing action on the urinary tract!


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