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People with an overactive bladder feel the urge to urinate frequently. Lack of control on the bladder action may create situations of involuntary urination. Frequent urination may become a lifestyle problem, cause embarrassment, interrupt work schedules and effect social relationships.
Frequent urination has been identified as one of the causes of (UTI) Urinary Tract Infection, Insomnia (due to Nocturia) and it is also considered a symptom in enlarged prostrate among men.
Sesame seed is a rich source of minerals and many active ingredients which regulates bladder functions. To take sesame for frequent urination, mix it with jaggery and eat it twice or thrice a day.
Amla clears the bladder and also tones bladder muscles to improve control over involuntary urination. For best results, grind a few Amla and extract the juice, mix it with honey. Consume this juice with a ripe banana twice or thrice a day to see good results.
In some cases of frequent urination can be caused because bladder infection. Tulsi works very effectively in curbing bladder infections and helping in regulating urinary functions. Early in the morning, crush 2-3 fresh leaves and take with a spoon of honey.
Cumin regularizes the functions of the bladder and also prevents UTI. Take cumin in tea form. Boil 1 teaspoon in 2 cups of clean water until the water reduces to half. Let it cool, mash the seeds with a spoon and strain. You can drink this with a little honey twice a day instead of normal tea.
In addition to being great for hair, Reetha is also effective in managing frequent urination. Soak reetha overnight, and early next morning, on an empty stomach, drink this for a week to get relief in frequent urination.
Don’t just depend on home remedies, these may give you some relief in the problem but consult a doctor to get ayurvedic medicine for urine infection for long-term relief. Call 0129-4040404 to talk to a Jiva doctor today.
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