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How to treat cystitis folk remedies

Cystitis, or inflammation of the bladder. a fairly common disease. According to statistics, more than half of women because of the anatomical structure, familiar with its painful symptoms. Although the causes of cystitis are some, still the basic is hypothermia. He sat on the cold bench, wet feet, cold at the bus stop, waiting for transport, and now the ache in the lower abdomen, about a painfully-frequent trips to the toilet is better not to remember.

The prospect of a visit to the local clinic becomes obvious. But some, the thought of the visit to the doctor with symptoms such a delicate, horrifying. Yet doctors are relentless and insist on mandatory testing, especially in cases urination with blood. The fact is that often the provocateur of the disease is Escherichia coli. Consequently, the treatment the doctor will prescribe one that will beat the enemy on two fronts simultaneously.

However, if the cystitis you picked up as a result banal hypothermia, in addition to medical treatment, doctors usually recommend and folk remedies.

Look at some of them.

For this approach coarse salt, sand, or grains of oats. Let’s say you opted for salt, she’s definitely there in every home. So, it was calcined carefully in the pan, pour into a cloth bag — dry has turned warmer. Polarities on the lower abdomen and pubic area for warming up.

Important! If the heating pad is too hot, put on the soft tissue. Your goal is to warm up the bladder, the process should be pleasant and not painful. If you can do these treatments three times a day, that’s fine.

There is plenty to choose from. In pharmacies, for example, are already prepared herbal teas with instructions on how to prepare a decoction, and in what doses to take. In folk medicine for cystitis traditionally recommended: yarrow, parsley seeds. the leaves of birch and bearberry. All of them possess excellent anti-inflammatory properties. Here are two recipes that you can prepare.

• Take a mix of dried bearberry leaves (30 g) and seed of parsley (20 g). Fill it with cold water, insist 6 hours, then boil for 10 minutes. The resulting broth to drink throughout the day in small SIPS.

• 2 teaspoons of yarrow herb brewed Cup of boiling water, drain. Drink four times for 1/4 Cup.

Hot tubs

They combine both previous methods. It is simple: in a moderately hot bath add the broth anti-inflammatory herbs. For example, 50 g pharmacy chamomile and 50 g of calendula pour boiling water, insist 15 minutes, strain, then add to the bath.

All these “grandmother tips” is time-tested and quite effective. In addition, the national medicine advises to keep in the warmth of the lumbar region. For wrapping, warm scarf or shawl. At the time of illness forget about spicy, salty and acidic food, once again not to irritate the already inflamed bladder. But you need to drink a lot, preferably up to 3 liters of water and poorly-brewed tea a day. Do this and you will soon feel better.

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