The negative effects of cystitis on your bladder
Magazine 15 June 2021

Negative Effects of Cystitis on Your Bladder

  1. Inflammation of the bladder
  2. Bacterial infection
  3. Taking care of your bladder

 

Dear friend,


Have you ever experienced pain and discomfort even after the acute phase of cystitis has passed or between one cystitis and another? Did you know that discomfort and pain can sometimes become chronic?


I’ll never get tired of saying that. Cystitis is not just about harmful bacteria.

It is an inflammation of the bladder walls.


Inflammation is one of the leading causes of discomfort and pain that never goes away.


Let’s see why and how to remedy it.

 

Inflammation of the bladder

Several foreign agents can attack the urothelium (the tissue that lines the inside of our bladder):

  • Infectious agent – pathogenic germ or bacterium.
  • Chemical agent – an irritant substance in detergents, food, or certain medications.
  • Physical agent – a kidney stone or catheter.
  • Allergic agent – which our body perceives as “enemy” and rejects.

 

When a foreign agent attacks the bladder wall, our body activates an inflammatory process to defend itself.

The purpose of the inflammatory process is to allow leukocytes, the cells that defend our body, to enter the bladder and send pain messages to the brain to know that there is something wrong at the urogenital level.

The inflammatory process is the normal mechanism activated by our body to defend itself from foreign agents and eradicate them.
However, when foreign agents frequently attack our bodies, we risk releasing more inflammatory substances than necessary.

Very often, when the phenomenon continues over time, the inflammatory processes and the resulting pain become chronic and always present, even in the total absence of foreign agents to fight.

 

Bacterial infection

Infection is a reaction always triggered by microorganisms that manage to reach the bladder by overcoming external defences.
When the internal defences of the bladder are, for various reasons, weaker than foreign microorganisms, then inflammation will be generated, and we will speak of bacterial cystitis.

Pathogenic bacteria will adhere to the inner bladder wall, reproduce, and damage tissue.

 

Caring for your bladder during and after cystitis

Here are some tips to restore the health of your bladder, repair it from damage and reduce its inflammation after the acute phase of cystitis.

  1. Diet. You need to avoid alcohol, spicy and acidic food, chocolate, caffeine, citrus fruits, artificial sweeteners, and tomatoes. In general, avoid anything that is considered an irritant food.
  2. Reduce inflammation By administering classic painkillers/anti-inflammatories or natural ingredients such as quercetin or MSM (an organic compound with anti-inflammatory and healing properties).
  3. Relax your pelvic muscles Through intravaginal massage, electrical therapy, or Reverse Kegel exercises. I wrote Sport and exercises for the pelvic floor on this subject: how can they help you against cystitis?
  4. Repair the epithelium Through the intake of GAGs (hyaluronic acid, glucosamine, and chondroitin). GAGs are elements already naturally present in the urelium and intervene by repairing the damage caused by bacteria. They also support the resolution of the very annoying chronic symptoms.

One dietary supplement that combines GAGs with the MSM, quercetin, and d-mannose described above is Dimann Daily.

Its key actions are 3:

  1. Blaze
  2. Repair
  3. Strengthen

Read the opinions of thousands of women who have already made Dimann Daily their number one ally against these bladder discomforts that never seem to go away.

 

A hug,

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