Magazine 13 May 2024

How to treat cystitis naturally with D-mannose

My dear friend,

You’ve probably been looking for a solution for cystitis for a while. You may have heard about D-mannose by accident, but you are not sure what it is and would like to know more about it.

Am I wrong?

If I’ve come close, today I’ll explain why this simple sugar is the best solution (compared to grandma’s much-vaunted remedies) and why it can help even those who do not yet suffer from cystitis.

Happy reading. 🌺

Natural remedies for cystitis: this is the solution for you

Cystitis: why antibiotics are not always the best remedy

Cystitis affects most women and, albeit very rarely, men.

The reason is mainly physiological, as the risk of urinary tract infection is higher in women because of the proximity of the sexual orifices to the anus and the shorter urethra. In case of vaginal or intestinal imbalance, gut bacteria can then easily spread to the bladder.

To treat this infection, physicians usually suggest antibiotics, but in several cases it is these that promote cystitis recurrences.

Let me explain further.

Antibiotic treatment quickly reduces pain and kills E-coli (the most common bacteria when it comes to bacterial cystitis), but also most of the bacteria necessary for intestinal and vaginal flora, which can weaken and destroy themselves.

This can lead to:

  1. To the proliferation of bad bacteria;
  2. to a resurgence of inflammation, with bacteria more aggressive than ever.

In short, a real disaster! 😨

But there is also another reason why antibiotics are not always the solution.

We know that cystitis is an inflammation that often results from an infection. That’s right, often and frequently. Not always.

This means that if the cystitis is not bacterial in nature, antibiotics will be totally ineffective.

You well understand that it is therefore crucial to know the causes of cystitis before finding the best solution for you.

The good news?

Fortunately, there is a natural and effective alternative that can treat it quickly, without the risk of side effects or recurrence: D-mannose.

Read also: Grandma’s remedies for cystitis: here’s why they won’t work

D-mannose: composition and action

D-mannose is a natural sugar with special properties that lines the cells of the urinary tract and is secreted by the body, contributing to urinary tract health.

Literally, the origin of this word comes from ‘manna,’ the tree sap collected by the Hebrews in the deserts of the Middle East during the Exodus. D-mannose is a compound with six carbon atoms, a structure very similar to glucose, and its benefits are remarkable.

Chief among them is its healthy and natural composition.

For this reason, Dimann brand products are highly recommended for the treatment and prevention of cystitis. In addition, D-Mannose is nontoxic and safe, perfectly suitable for all people, including lactose intolerant people. 🥛

The same is true for diabetics, and because this sugar is metabolized eight times slower than glucose, so it does not raise blood sugar levels.

But that is not all.

Unlike antibiotic treatment, good bacteria will not be eliminated and there is no risk of weakening vaginal and intestinal flora. In addition:

  • the risk of recidivism will be minimized;
  • it will not be necessary to repopulate the weakened flora with probiotics.

This is because instead of eliminating germs, D-mannose attracts and transports them out of the urinary tract, acting as a kind of bait.

E-coli, for example, when it reaches the bladder, clings to the mucosal walls with its tiny hairs (bangs). It is in this area that the sweet molecules that this bacterium particularly likes are found. Because D-mannose is a natural sugar, E-coli attaches to it instead of to the bladder and is eventually excreted with urine.

In other words, this substance creates a kind of molecular lure that attracts bacteria and leads them to the drain.

Under normal circumstances, if the presence of D-mannose in the body is ‘normal,’ the risk of urinary tract infection is minimal, but when it is insufficient or when the mucous membranes are damaged, the risk is especially high. To combat chronic cystitis and get rid of it for good, treatment with D-mannose is the best solution.

So if you want to know more, I leave you with the guide to the correct dosage for all stages of cystitis, with the understanding that you can always write to me with any questions. 🥰

D-mannose (and other remedies) to prevent urinary tract infections

Another benefit not to be underestimated concerns prevention.

In fact, D-mannose can be an effective preventive measure and be used even if no symptoms of cystitis are evident. In addition, it can be used after prolonged intake of antibiotics that can cause a urinary tract infection.

But that is not all.

In addition to taking D-mannose correctly, remember that there are other tricks that can help you defeat and prevent this inflammation: remember to always stay hydrated, eat a healthy, balanced diet, and take care of your intimate hygiene.

In the latter case, I recommend Dimann Soft, the gentle solution that will allow you to protect the vaginal flora.

If you should have any further doubts or questions, you can do two things:

  • write to me, I am at your disposal;
  • fill out the ‘Find Your Path‘ test, which will help you figure out which solution is best for you.

I give you a big hug,

Lorenza

Read also: Blueberry juice for cystitis: is it really the best remedy?

In this article we talked about…

  • D-mannose is a natural solution to expel bad bacteria through urination, while still respecting the vaginal flora.
  • D-mannose can be an excellent ally in preventing cystitis.

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