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Tips for a healthy Urinary System

2014 March 21
by Neal
  1. Drink plenty of fluids – a minimum of 8 glasses of water in a day
  2. Reduce the intake of excess salt in your diet
  3. Eat a diet with substantial amount of roughage. This will help in easy bowel movement and remove constipation. Severe constipation is sometimes linked with incontinence
  4. Maintain good personal hygiene
  5. Avoid synthetic undergarments and harsh, perfumed cleansers in the genital area
  6. Women must not wipe from back to front after bowel movement as it forces germs into the urethra

Incontinence is caused by problems in the muscles and the nerves that help to hold or pass urine. During pregnancy there is pressure on the bladder and pelvic floor which may lead to leakage and problems in passing urine. Labour during childbirth also weakens the pelvic floor and many women may experience incontinence for a while till the muscles heal and get back in shape.

The loss of estrogen in a woman’s body after menopause also reduces the strength of the urethral muscles.
Treatment for incontinence varies. In some cases medication is helpful and some may require surgery. For those suffering from incontinence due to menopause, an estrogen supplement proves to be helpful.

Neeri is an ayurvedic formulation which helps prevent and treat urinary stones, UTI, kidney stones, stones after surgery, prevent recurrence of urinary tract infections (UTI) and helps in treating burning urination.

Punarnava – Boerhavia is a pure herb, known to have excellent Diuretic properties which has been found effective in relieving UTI and an effective supplement in treatment of Oedema.

Bangshil is a safe herbal formula for Genito-Urinary Tract Infections, Burning Micturition, and Bladder Disturbances. Especially useful in BPH.

Aluretic is a Safe Herbal Diuretic, it stimulates onset of diuresis within one hour of administrating the first dose. It improves function of Kidneys, Heart, Liver & Lungs.

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