Wellness 15 June 2021

Inflammation or Infection of the Bladder?

Index

  1. What is bladder inflammation?
  2. What is a bladder infection
  3. Inflammation of the bladder: what to do?
  4. Bladder inflammation and infection: how to prevent it?

 

Dear Friend,

Before studying cystitis in all its aspects, I couldn’t tell the difference between inflammation and bladder infection.
They were the same to me: “but yeah, come on, inflammation and infection are the same thing, right?”

As I delved deeper into this issue, I realized how often we use different words with their meanings to express a single concept.

It’s as if we were to say that margherita is the same as marinara or capriccioso, so much pizza it is: sacrilege.
Similar, but different, and each with its characteristics.

So, let’s get some order on what it means to have an inflamed bladder and a bladder infection.
What do you say?

Know that no matter what, you can communicate with me personally.💖

 

What is bladder inflammation?

Cystitis is an inflammation of the bladder, which may be due to an infection or other factors.

When we experienceinflammation, it is because our bodies have gone to war, activating a defense mechanism that allows us to defend ourselves from external enemies.

Inflammation of the bladder can have several origins:

  • There are chemical causes, e.g., excessive consumption of irritating foods, the use of aggressive intimate hygiene products, or the wearing of synthetic or tight clothing.
  • Physical causes, like diabetes or stress.
  • Infectious causes, where bacteria or fungi attack the bladder.

The bladder, our urine container, can therefore be inflamed for different reasons.

The important thing is to investigate the cause to know how best to treat it.

I hope everything is clear up here! 🌼

 

What is a bladder infection?

Earlier, we mentioned that cystitis is an inflammation of the walls of the bladder. Right?
Now let’s take it a small step further by adding a second part.

Cystitis, an inflammation of the bladder, often depends on an infection (urinary infection). Cystitis is caused by a bacterial infection 80% of the time.

These bacteria attach themselves to the bladder, triggering cystitis and causing all those annoying symptoms.😔

Escherichia Coli is the most frequent bacterium that “doesn’t even knock on the door” and stays without any problems. But unwanted guests can also be Klebsiella, Enterococcus, Salmonella, and Streptococcus.

To sum it up simply, bladder inflammation can depend on an infection: the infection is a cause of the inflammation.

 

Inflammation of the bladder: what to do?

After reading up on the subject, the question immediately arose: what someone should do specifically to understand the causes of bladder inflammation and how to remedy it.

I can’t suggest just being “quiet.” Rightfully so, if you have unbearable pain and discomfort, it’s hard to stay as calm as if you were on the beach while sipping a lemon granita.
Do you approve?

I’m going to recommend some ways to best treat the inflammation:

  • Investigate, 🔎 with the help of your doctor if there are particular physical factors, habits, and chemicals that could have “ignited” the inflammation.
  • Perform urine culture: a laboratory test that determines whether bacteria and other microorganisms are present in the urine.
  • If you already know it’s a bacterial infection, try D-mannose Pure, the only ingredient in our Dimann Pure.
    Pure D-mannose wipes out bacteria via pee by latching onto their “paws.”
  • Try to stay mentally calm: the mind and the body are closely connected.🥰
    Sorry, I had to say that, even though it may come across as obvious or unhelpful.

Bladder inflammation and infection: how to prevent it?

There are some simple but effective general steps that, when taken together, can help you reduce your risk of bladder inflammation and infection:

  • Take Dimann Daily. Why should I? Dimann Daily has a formulation that can treat inflammation while allowing you to expel any bacteria that may be present in your bladder through your urine. In addition, its ingredients are essential for strengthening the bladder’s natural immune defenses. Triple action!
  • Take goodcare of your intimate hygiene, including before and after sex.
  • Hydrate and moisturize with water and hot herbal tea. I recommend not holding back urine, but try to urinate frequently.
  • Try to eat foods rich in fiber and vitamins (legumes of all kinds, whole grains, fruits, and vegetables) in your daily routine.

 

If you wish to elaborate or still have those initial doubts, I invite you to write me directly on the chat on this site.😊

 

A virtual hug!

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