Stop Incontinence Before It Starts
The Secret of Anti-adhesion – Stop Incontinence Before It Starts
Bacteria – both good and bad – are a fact of life. They’re everywhere. In fact, you have more bacteria living in and on your body than you have cells!
Some of these bacteria – if they get into your bladder or urinary tract – may cause urinary incontinence. But using the secret of “anti-adhesion,” you may be able to stop incontinence before it starts.
Your body has some amazing defenses against invading bacteria. One of the simplest – and most effective – is simply flushing the bacteria through.
You see, most unhealthy bacteria won’t make you sick, unless they can set up household in your body. It’s when they grab hold of your tissues and begin to multiply that you’re in trouble.
When this happens in your bladder or urinary tract (UT), the results can be unpleasant – and embarrassing. When bacteria settle into your UT, you may experience…
• Frequent or persistent urges to urinate
• Pain or a “burning” feeling when urinating
• Cloudy or pink urine (a sign of blood in your urine)
• Pelvic pain
• Embarrassingly smelly urine
• Urinary incontinence
If you can keep bacteria from getting a foothold in your bladder or UT, they can’t “settle in,” multiply, and cause problems like these.
That’s where the secret of anti-adhesion comes in.
Certain herbs naturally block the ability of bacteria to gain a foothold in your bladder and UT. In fact, scientific studies show some of these herbs actually change the bacteria themselves… making them unable to grab onto your tissues. So they just pass through your system.
Cranberry is probably the best known of these herbs. In the presence of cranberry E. coli bacteria – the most common cause of bladder and UT problems – changes its shape. The bacteria become rounder and aren’t able to hold onto your bladder and UT walls.
This action is called “anti-adhesion.” It’s sort of like taking the stickiness away from masking tape. Without its stickiness, the tape can’t hold onto anything. Anti-adhesion herbs simply take the “stickiness away from bacteria.
The herb Uva ursi, or bearberry, also prevents bacteria from holding onto your UT walls. In studies, Uva ursi caused the surface of E. coli bacteria to become “hydrophic.” This change blocked their ability to hold onto cells.
Probiotics may also be useful as an anti-adhesive.
“Friendly” bacteria from the Lactobacillus family work together with your body to help you digest food and strengthen you immune system. They can also boost UT health.
Lactobacilli make substances called “biosurfectants.” But these biosurfectants don’t change bad bacteria as cranberry and Uva ursi do. They act more like grease. They make the surfaces of your UT harder to hold onto.
To get the added power of anti-adhesives, be sure it contains cranberry and Uva ursi like those found in Best Life’s Ultranol. Ultranol can be found at www.bestlife-Herbals.com
Yours in continued good health,
Best Life Herbals Wellness Team
Tenke, P., ed., Urinary Tract Infections. (Rijecka, Croatia: Intech) 2011.
The statements contained herein have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. They are not intended to treat, diagnose, prevent or cure and disease.
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