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What can cause a urinary tract infection?

Urinary tract infections are a common condition that affects millions of people around the world each year.

They can be caused by bacteria growing in the urinary system, which can cause unpleasant symptoms such as lower abdominal pain, burning during urination, dark urine, and blood in the urine.

Although UTIs can affect anyone, some people are more likely to develop them due to risk factors such as low hydration, urinary retention, and an enlarged prostate in men, or menopause in women. .

What is a urinary tract infection?

UTIs are bacterial infections that affect different parts of the urinary system. The most common infections are cystitis, an infection of the bladder, and pyelonephritis, an infection of the kidneys.

Common symptoms of a UTI include lower abdominal pain, frequent urination, burning when urinating, dark urine, blood in the urine, general fatigue, and loss of appetite.

UTIs are more common in women than in men, due to the proximity of the urethra and anus in women, which makes it easier for bacteria to spread from the anus to the urethra. Pregnant women, people with diabetes, and people with weakened immune systems are more likely to develop UTIs.

What are the causes ?

UTIs are caused by bacteria that enter the urinary system. Most UTIs are caused by the bacteria Escherichia coli (E. coli) which is normally found in the intestine. The bacteria can enter the urinary system through the urethra or anus. Other bacteria such as Klebsiella, Proteus, and Pseudomonas can also cause UTIs.

Risk factors include low hydration, urinary retention, enlarged prostate in men, menopause in women, prolonged use of urinary catheters, and pregnancy. People with diabetes are also more likely to develop UTIs due to high levels of glucose in the urine which promote bacterial growth.

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Hydration is essential to maintain the health and well-being of our body, as well as one of the most important ways to prevent urinary tract infections. Indeed, water is an essential component of our cells, tissues and organs. It is essential for keeping the body healthy: regulating body temperature, eliminating waste (including bacteria and toxins), maintaining normal blood pressure and lubricating the joints.

If you have a UTI, hydration can help flush out bacteria that have invaded the urinary system. Drinking enough water can help increase urine production, which helps flush bacteria and toxins from the bladder and urethra. Also, water can help relieve symptoms of a UTI by diluting urine and reducing the concentration of urine, which can help ease pain and burning during urination.

Along with drinking water , fruit juices and herbal drinks can also help hydrate the body. However, drinks that contain caffeine or alcohol should be avoided, as they can irritate the bladder and worsen symptoms of a UTI.

Hydratis specialized in body hydration. Our solution enriches water with mineral salts, sodium, glucose and trace elements. This enriched water can help restore the body's electrolyte balance after a loss of water and minerals due to sweating or dehydration caused by a urinary tract infection. It will therefore be beneficial for the overall health of the body, including the urinary system, by reducing fatigue and fighting against cellular stress. The lozenges are colourant-free, preservative-free and contain natural flavors (peach, berries, lemongrass, ginger, mint, anise, neutral). Magnesium supplements are also offered to help prevent muscle cramps.

General recommendations for water intake are around 2 liters per day for adults, but this may vary depending on each individual's age, weight and level of physical activity.

UTIs are common conditions that can be caused by bacteria and affect the urinary system. Common symptoms include lower abdominal pain, burning during urination, dark urine, and blood in the urine. Women are more likely to develop UTIs than men. Risk factors include low hydration, urinary retention, enlarged prostate in men, and menopause in women.

Staying hydrated is an important way to prevent UTIs because it helps flush out bacteria and toxins from the urinary system. Drinking enough water each day can help dilute urine and prevent bacteria from growing. Hydratis solutions can help provide sufficient hydration.

In conclusion, it is important to take care of your urinary health by adopting good habits of hydration and by consulting a doctor if symptoms of urinary infection appear.