Food and NutritionFoods to be taken
- Drink large amounts of purified water to flush bacteria out of the body
- Fresh juices like carrot juice, fresh coconut water and other fruit juices are extremely useful in this condition.
- Fruits like apple, grapes, peaches and plums can be given.
- Drink a glass of buttermilk 2 to 3 times a day. This is the best remedy to treat dysuria
- Cardamom powder, along with mild or lukewarm milk, can also help prevent dysuria
- Foods that do not cause irritation are rice, pasta, white bread, chicken, eggs, fish, broccoli, carrots, cabbage
- Foods that aggravate the bladder and cause painful urination include hot dogs, pepperoni, aged cheeses, sour cream, yogurt, chili peppers, onions, tomato juice and sauce, all citrus fruits, kiwi, pineapple and chocolate.
- Drinks like coffee, sodas, chocolate milk, beer, wine, tea and citrus juices
Yoga and ExerciseTake long, slow deep breaths into your stomach area. When you get tense you tend to start breathing up in your chest. Try to consciously inflate your stomach as you breathe in and deflate it as you breathe out.
Try to clear your mind of expectations of pain and either think about something else (like your breathing) or picture the infection, flowing smoothly and painlessly from your body.
Yoga asanas for urinary problems
- Gomukhasana (Cows face pose)
- Pawanmuktasana (The knee to chest)
- Ardha Matsendra Asana (Half spinal twist)
Home RemediesThe patient should not expose himself to sun or heat. Excessive perspiration takes away lot of water from the body and the urine becomes concentrated. Passage of this concentrated urine through the urinary tract causes irritation and gives rise to burning sensation.
- Urinate as soon as you feel the urge to urinate to reduce the risk of infection.
- Avoid eating spicy and sugary foods.
- Follow proper hygiene daily. After urinating, women should dry the area from front to back
- Avoid wearing tight clothes