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Few acute infections are more uncomfortable than a urinary tract infection, with signs and symptoms that include burning upon urination, an intense urge to urinate (even when nothing comes out), pain in the lower back or abdomen, fever, fatigue and more. Fortunately, there are supplements, dietary and lifestyle measures that can be taken to help the infection pass. However, if the infection is serious you should consult with your healthcare professional.

Cystitis, or urinary tract infections, are typically caused by bacterial infection. As with any infection, host resistance is an important determinant of whether or not you fall ill. Thismeans, illness due to infection is needs two conditions: exposure to infectious agent and lowered immune resiliance. For instance, somone who eats quality organic food, manages their stress levels with meditation, supplements, gets enough sleep and exercises regularly, will most certainly have a more robust immune response than someone who eats processed food, stresses out a lot and is sedentary. Though their exposure to an infection may be equal, one may fall ill while the other does not. If the immune system is active and mounts a rapid and robust defense against a foreign invader, such as pathogenic bacteria, we are less likely to become ill.

There are many supplements than can be taken to help reduce the frequency and severity of urinary tract infections. Cranberry is one of the most popular complementary supplements that is taken to combat this infection. The Journal of Nutrition published a meta-analysis on December 2017 on urinary tract infection risk in women. This paper indicated that cranberry supplementation reduced the risk for infection recurrence. Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition reported in 2009 that cranberrys contain flavonoid phytochemicals, including anthocyanins, flavonols and proanthocyanidins, making them a nutritious food source.

Many other supplements may assist with overall immune competence when the diet is lacking, such as Zinc, Vitamin C, Retinol and Selenium. Quality food sources of these are pepitas, red capsicum, carrots and brazil nuts, respectively. Supplementation can be a convenient and effective way to rapidly boost your intake of these nutrients, while you adjust your diet. Managing stress levels and sleep help to keep cortisol levels balanced, as chronic elevations can suppress the immune system. Though cortisol is an important hormone for health promoting a healthy response to stress, too much can suppress the immune system. The same goes for exercise. Moderate exercise performed most days of the week, that involves aerobic and resistance exercise, is an absolute must for a healthy immune system.