Urinary tract infections (UTIs) is one of the common health problems affecting millions of people every year. The urinary tract infection (UTI) includes infection in the kidneys, ureters, bladder or urethra. These are the glands that urine moves through when eliminated from the body. Women are particularly likely to UTIs, even though they usually have anatomically and physiologically normal urinary tract. The causes of this are not yet completely recognized. These diseases can be very dangerous when they do occur in men; but, UTIs in men are not as popular as in women. A urinary tract infection (UTI) also known as Fearne’s syndrome is a microbial infection that attacks any part of the urinary tract Increased eating of bitter, salty, oily, spicy, sour, fried foods and coffee tea, and alcoholic beverages aggravate Pitta (Fire) in the body, which drives to the condition of UTI. Working in the sun or hot weather and extreme physical effort increases the disease.
- Burning sensation at the urethra
- Burning sensation while passing urine
- Presence of pus or blood in the urine
According to Ayurveda, Urinary Tract Infection is caused by the aggravation of Pitta Dosha. Pitta is an Ayurvedic humor that means heat or fire. Therefore, a diet and lifestyle that extends Pitta cause UTI. Aggravated Pitta produces heating toxins in the body. These heating toxins gather in the urinary channels) and build an imbalance in the infection-fighting properties of the urinary system. It might lead to bacterial growth in the system, amounting to UTI. Much chemical medicine works on the microorganism, but these do not work for infection-fighting properties and heating toxins.
Thus, such an infection can often recur.Ayurvedic drugs, on the opposite hand, balances the infection-fighting properties of the genitourinary system and pacifies heating toxins, thereby giving semipermanent relief to the patient. Dr. Jasna’s Ayurveda clinic in Dubai gives relief to urinary infections without any side effects.
Main factors that are:
- Consuming meals that are too hot, sour, or spicy
- Drinking alcohol
- Suppressing the urge to urinate
- Habitually holding urine in the bladder for long periods of time
- Exposure to extreme heat, and overexposure to sunlight
- Emotions of anger, impatience, jealousy
- Environmental factors such as working with fire, chemicals, or toxic fumes
- Not drinking enough water
Ayurveda suggests taking a diet that will calm pitta dosha to help clean and reduce the toxins that are making too much heat to the body. Assure to drink lots of water to maintain flush bacteria out of the urinary tract. Cranberry juice or pomegranate juice is great purifying liquids that decrease excess pitta and also decrease the reproduction of bacteria.