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Thursday, September 8, 2016

General Health: Cystitis Preventions - The do and do not's list

Kyle J. Norton(Scholar, Master of Nutrients), all right reserved.
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                               Cystitis 


Cystitis is defined as a condition of urinary bladder inflammation


                    The do and do not's list



1. Avoid high amount of sugar
Process sugar can decrease the immune system by delaying the immune white blood cells's function for up to 5 hours. According to the quote of "Role of sugars in human neutrophilic phagocytosis" and posted in Dangers of Sugar Intake. Suppressing the immune system over prolonged period of time increases the risk of infection, including urinary tract infection.

2. Avoid excessive intake of Coffee
Can coffee promotes the risk of infection?, according to the study of in 15 men and women, showed that the responses to PHA and Con A were about one-third lower during coffee drinking compared to a period of abstinence from coffee(117335, 99856 and 181236, 153315, P less than 0.004, 0.009 respectively)., conducted by Department of Pediatrics, Rokach Hospital, posted in PubMed, researchers indicated that chemotaxis was higher in the coffee period at all concentrations. This exploratory study suggests that coffee intake modifies various measures of the immune function.

3. Avoid excessive intake of Caffeine
According to the article of How caffeine affects the immune system, posted inCaffeine addiction affect, the author wrote that The stimulating effects of caffeine are very much similar to body’s own response under stress and chronic stress weakens our immune system.

4. Avoid excessive alcohol drinking
Moderate alcohol consumption are beneficial to the immune system compared toalcohol abuse or abstinence, but excessive drinking can cause damage to the liver and can directly suppress a wide range of immune responses. According to the abstract of study of "Moderate alcohol consumption and the immune system: a review" by Romeo J, Wärnberg J, Nova E, Díaz LE, Gómez-Martinez S, Marcos A., posted in PubMed.

5. Don't hold it when you need to urinate
It is common sense, if you hold your urine, when you needs to, you can damage the auto response of the bladder muscles and increase the risk of bladder infection as urinary is also help to flush up the bacteria presented in your urinary tract.

6. Drinking equated amount of water
Water can help to flush out the bacteria presented any where in your urinary tract and dehydration, frequently, and incompletely empty the bladder increase the risk of urinary infection. According to the study of "Mild dehydration: a risk factor ofurinary tract infection?" by Beetz R., posted in PubMed.



7. Shower instead of bath can be helpful
As the water goes down, it washes always the bacteria, instead holding them in the water.

8. Wipe your bottom front to back
It is avoid the bacteria from anus from entering the vaginal.

9. Douching
Douching increases the risk of irritation and can lead to urinary bladder inflammation as a result of imbalance of good and bad bacteria as well as reducing the state of acidity to prevent bacteria and yeast invasion.

10. Avoid sexual transmitting diseases
By limiting numbers of sexual partners and known their medical history. No anal sex.

11. Etc.

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