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Urinary

The urinary system, or the urinary tract, comprises kidneys, bladder, urethra, and ureters. In Ayurveda, the conditions that affect the urinary tract are referred to as Mutravahasrota Roga. Moreover, there are thirteen different types of urinary problems described in Ayurveda. These issues range from burning urination, bedwetting, kidney stones to UTI infection, bladder cancer, and more. Although Ayurveda provides great healing resources for self-care such as yoga, herbs, diet, lifestyle, and pranayama to support a healthy urinary tract; there are various supplements like Gokhru Panchang and Punarnava Panchang that can help you bring balance to the body. They flush out infection with detoxification, clean out the blockages of the urinary tract, and administer herbs that strengthen the kidneys.

Common Urinary Issues

Dehydration

Not drinking enough water is a primary cause of urinary disorders. It results in bladder irritation and loss of stamina or strength

Urinary Tract Infection

UTI is a kind of bladder infection that leads to pelvic pain, a growing urge to urinate, blood in the urine, and pain while urinating.

Kidney Diseases

The kidneys strain waste and extra fluid from the blood. Poor kidney function causes waste to build up and urinary problems.

Post-Vasectomy Syndrome

Persistent pain in the genitals immediately after a vasectomy or years later can also bring about urinary disorders or infections

Injury or Trauma

Urinary disorders can be caused due to acute wounds, blunt trauma, or accidental injuries during surgery.

Benign Tumor or Cancer

Abnormal growths in the urinary tracks that could be cancerous/non-cancerous, and lead to severe pain

Ayurvedic Remedies

Relieves burning or painful urination

Keeps the urinary pH levels normal

Diminishes frequency and urgency

Eases irritation in the bladder

Increase the flow of blood in kidneys

Aids cystitis, bladder disturbances, & general swelling

Ayurvedic Remedies

Relieves burning or painful urination

Keeps the urinary pH levels normal

Diminishes frequency and urgency

Eases irritation in the bladder

Increase the flow of blood in kidneys

Aids cystitis, bladder disturbances, & general swelling

FAQs

  • Q. How do you fix urinary problems?
  • To eliminate urinary issues, the very first step is to drink loads of fluids and stay hydrated. You should also increase your intake of vitamin C, drink cranberry juice (unsweetened), don’t hold the urine for too long, try doing some pelvic exercises, and avoid caffeine or carbonated drinks.
  • Q. What foods soothe the bladder?
  • Potatoes, green peas, honey, vanilla ice cream, oatmeal, oats, corn, zucchini, dried marjoram, Quinoa, string, Ricotta cheeses are some foods that soothe pain if you’re experiencing any. Other than that, water, eggs, rice, and meat are foods that won’t increase your discomfort.
  • Q. Can stress cause urinary problems?
  • Yes, stress can lead to urinary disorders. When you feel stressed or anxious, your body discharges cortisol and adrenaline, which results in a need to urinate. There is a scientific or mechanical explanation as to why it happens, it is simply a psychological reason.
  • Q. What foods irritate the bladder?
  • Carbonated (cold )drinks, tea or coffee even if it’s without caffeine, acidic fruits like limes, oranges, grapefruits, alcohol, spicy foods or chili, chocolate, tomato-based foods, Chocolate, sugar specifically if you eat something that is artificially sweetened.
  • Q. How do you know if something is wrong with your bladder?
  • If you are urinating more often than usual, experiencing pain during urination, having a weak urine stream, getting up way too much during the night to urinate, or facing other bladder changes; it’s time you consult a doctor and talk about these changes.