Urine Tract Infection: Symptoms and Prevention

Anyone can fall victim to urinary tract infections. In fact, UTIs are one of the most frequently occurring infections in women. Some common symptoms include:

  • Feeling a burning sensation while urinating
  • Frequent urination
  • Disposal of cloudy substance from urine
  • Having blood in urine
  • Pain in abdomen
  • High body temperature

Here's how these tips can help patients defeat UTIs successfully.


Drink more fluids

Peeing with UTIs is extremely painful and drinking more fluids can mean more trips to the loo. However, urinating frequently alleviates UTIs symptoms. Whenever a patient relieves their bladder, bacteria get flushed out of their system. More trips to the toilet might be discomforting for many, but it has been proven to decrease the frequency of UTIs in patients. 

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Consume cranberry juice

Patients can fast-track their recovery by drinking cranberry juice. Cranberries contain a compound known as A-type proanthocyanidins, which prevent the bacteria from growing once they’ve traveled to the urinary tract. Studies show that drinking cranberry juice can rid patients of UTIs in just a few hours!

Take D-Mannose supplements

How can a sugar molecule help prevent bacterial infection instead of causing it? D-Mannose does just that! 

D-Mannose is a sugar monomer that has the potential to limit recurrent UTIs. The mannose molecule works similarly to the compound found in cranberry juice. It prevents the bacteria from latching onto the urinary tract walls and thus excretes them out with urine. 

D-Mannose supplements are ideal for both men and women suffering from UTIs.

Pee post-intercourse

Peeing post intercourse is the best way to prevent bacteria from entering your urinary tract.

There's a high a chance of bacterial exchange during intercourse. Peeing after the act helps you clean yourself down there. This prevents the bacteria from traveling all the way to your urinary tract, lowering the chances of you contracting UTI.

Consume probiotic supplements

We can't emphasize the importance of probiotics enough! These supplements help various functions in the body. From improving gut health to balancing the pH of the skin, from establishing a healthy gut-brain connection to strengthening the immune system, probiotics can do it all!

Probiotic supplements can even improve the symptoms of UTI. The healthy bacteria prevent infectious agents from settling and growing in the body, thus preventing UTIs. 

Check out TAL'S Alive' probiotic supplement that will help heal your body. Tal is a renowned health and nutrition consultant that specializes in nutrients that help with a wide range of nutrient deficiencies and conditions.

TAL'S Great Healthy life has also introduced D-Mannose Plus, a health supplement that prevents UTIs. This supplement even lowers the symptoms of acute UTI and relieves the consumers of UTI pain and discomfort. Contact us to learn more about our organic supplements.