Problems with urinary tract are interfering with your everyday life again?
The first symptoms appear in the form of frequent, painful and difficult urination with a stinging or burning sensation, unpleasant feeling of non-emptied bladder or frequent urination with small amount of urine. Also, the urine is often cloudy, has unpleasant odour and sometimes there with presence of blood. It is very important that the treatment of urinary infection starts as soon as possible to avoid further complications.
The condition becomes complicated when bacteria arrive in the kidneys, which can lead to a serious infection – pyelonephritis. Pyelonephritis most often happens when bacteria enter the urinary tract and through the urinary tract go into the kidney and multiply. Pyelonephritis most often causes Escherichia coli.
Women as a more sensitive group are more prone to urinary infections
Women are most sensitive and most commonly struggle with urinary infections due to shorter ureters and proximity to the anus, which causes the bacteria to move easily into the urinary tract. Particularly risky groups are younger women, pregnant women, girls (due to improper hygiene of the vaginal area), women in the period immediately before or after menopause and diabetics.
Women suffer from urinary infections more often than men, and more than 50 percent of women develop an infection during their life. The worrying fact is that about 20 percent of women with infections repeat. The treatment is most commonly recommended is through antibiotics, which can affect the development of strains resistant to antibiotics.
While they help, antibiotics are not the happiest solution if they are used over a longer period of time because they kill good microorganisms in our body, which leads to major health disorders.
Although inflammation occurs more frequently in women due to anatomic factors, men are not spared and inflammation is equally painful and uncomfortable with them.
Factors Affecting Inflammation:
The risk factors for complicated inflammation of the urinary system are: sex (more often in women), poor hygiene habits, cold exposure, pregnancy, older age (both sexes), presence of other diseases, obstruction, functional disorders, foreign bodies and diagnostic procedures.
Yasenka URO BALANCE – Your Current Relief
Already during the first symptoms you need to react to stop the inflammation on time.
For current relief, we recommend URO BALANCE from Yasenka, a liquid dietary supplement (250 ml) containing an innovative combination of cranberry extract, D-mannose, common knotgrass and vitamin C.