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Causes and home remedies to prevent frequent urination
Surely this has happened to you at least once. You had a day when you could not stop going to the bathroom. As soon as you empty your bladder, you are there again. What causes this? And most importantly, should I be worried? You will find the solution in this video.
What causes frequent urination?
The overactive bladder syndrome is a common phenomenon among the current population, especially women. In general, we have the desire to urinate frequently when we drink more liquids than usual. This is a good thing, because our kidneys need to filter the toxins from our bodies. But there are times when, without drinking excess fluids, we are continually on the way to the bathroom.
for women The overactive bladder syndrome appears and disappears, and may be due to some of the following factors.
1. Drink too many energy drinks.
3. Certain medications
4. Stress disorders.
5. Urinary infections.
Simple remedies for overactive bladder syndrome
Never lose sight of the fact that frequent urination can be the symptom of a disease or an indication of another health problem. So, the first thing you should find out is what is the root of the problem. Is it stress, or is it an infection? Ideally, you should follow a treatment regimen prescribed by a doctor, but you can also follow these simple guidelines:
1. Change your diet: avoid irritating ingredients and foods like vinegar, heavy seasoning, coffee, hot pepper, red meat, chocolate, cow's milk and any derivative, flour and refined sugars. Increase your consumption of vegetables.
2. Start your mornings with a tea made with horsetail herb and a splash of lemon juice.
3. Eat a clove of garlic every night with a glass of warm water. It is a great antibiotic.
4. Ginger tea is a great anti-inflammatory that will definitely help.
5. Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated.
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