Have you come across the term cystitis? If you’ve had a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) before, then you may have had cystitis. Why? It’s because cystitis is the most common type of UTI, especially in women.
When we’re dehydrated, the first drinks that come to mind to quench that thirst are water, sports drinks or soft drinks (and maybe even a beer!). However, some sports drinks and soft drinks may contain high levels of sugar which is not good for your health. So is there a solution which can help keep you hydrated?
Have you ever experienced discomfort in your lower abdomen and the frequent urge to go the bathroom with painful and burning urination? If so, you may have experienced a urinary tract infection (UTI). Roughly 40% of women experience a UTI at some time, and in women, it is the most common bacterial infection.
We know that we’re consuming too much salt already so why haven’t most of us changed our habits? The answer could be in relation to the lack of education. In this blog, we’ll look at what happens in your body when you consume excess amounts of salt.