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Urinary Bladder Support Formula with 1000mg D Mannose + Cranberry

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The best UTI supplements are D-Mannose capsules. Read the amazing reviews about Feel Younger D-Mannose now.

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Urinary Bladder Support Formula with 1000mg D Mannose + Cranberry

126 visitors are looking for this product right now!

The best UTI supplements are D-Mannose capsules. Read the amazing reviews about Feel Younger D-Mannose now.

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Would you like to…

  • Improve the Health of Your Urinary Tract
  • Combat UTI’s (Urinary Tract Infections)
  • Support the Health of Your Bladder and Kidneys

If so, you’ll want to give our Urinary Bladder Support Formula with 1000mg D Mannose + Cranberry a try.

The ingredients in this formula can also potentially give you a whole range of other benefits, such as:

  • Improved Heart Health
  • Antioxidant Support
  • Reduced Inflammation
  • Improved Digestive Health
  • Liver Protection
  • Aiding Healthy Weight Loss
  • Lower Blood Pressure
  • Blood Sugar Regulation
  • Lower Cholesterol Levels
  • A Boosted Immune System

Why is it Important to Support Your Urinary Tract and Bladder?

The urinary tract is extremely important to the body and it’s primarily responsible for filtering out waste products and flushing them out of the body.

Your kidneys start this process by filtering your blood to remove excess fluids, waste products and anything toxic your body wants to be rid of. The kidneys produce urine to flush these waste products out of the body.

Urine then passes down a tube (ureters) from the kidneys to the bladder. Once your bladder gets full, your brain sends a signal to let you know that it’s time to pee.

Although the process is unconscious up until this part, we can consciously control when to urinate or not. When we’re ready, we relax the sphincter at the top of the urethra (the tube that is connected to the bottom of the bladder) and the urine will start to flow out of our bodies.

When your urinary tract becomes infected you may experience some of the symptoms and problems listed below:

  • Pain or burning when urinating (dysuria)
  • Frequent urge to urinate (can occur at night)
  • Sudden urge to pee (more than usual)
  • Cloudy dark or strong smelling urine
  • Blood in your urine
  • Lower stomach or back pain (under the ribs)
  • Low temperature

If the infection manages to reach the kidneys, the following symptoms may occur:

  • Discomfort and pain in your sides, lower back and near/around genitals
  • High temperature, chills or shivering
  • Weakness or fatigue
  • Loss of appetite
  • Diarrhea
  • Nausea or vomiting

If you experience any of the symptoms listed above, it’s best to speak to your physician to determine the best cause of action. Our product should only be used in conjunction with medical treatment, or where a medical professional states they are unable to help, as is sometimes the case in cases of chronic cystitis.

What causes UTIs to develop?

Urinary tract infections most commonly occur when E. coli (bacteria found in the digestive tract) enter the urethra opening. The reason why women experience UTIs more commonly than men is because their urethra is shorter, and also closer to the anus where E. coli can be found.

It’s especially important to treat UTIs quickly and effectively to stop bacteria ascending up your urinary tract. If the bacteria reaches your bladder, cystitis can occur (inflammation of the bladder).

If the bacteria continues to ascend the urinary tract, it can reach the kidneys and cause further infection (pyelonephritis) which if left untreated, can cause long lasting damage to the kidneys and also carries a risk of contracting sepsis (blood poisoning) which can be fatal.

Can you test for UTIs?

If you think you have a UTI, it’s best to speak to your physician who can arrange for a urine test to be carried out.

UTIs can be discovered by taking a urine test, where your urine sample will be analyzed under a microscope to check for signs of infection (white blood cells and bacteria).

Blood tests can also be used, as well as a CT scan, ultrasound, cystography and other imaging tests to determine if there is any infection further up the urinary tract in the bladder or kidneys.

The Top 10 Ways to support the health of your urinary tract:

There are many lifestyle changes you can make to support the health of your urinary tract, including your bladder and kidneys to decrease the chances of developing an infection:

  1. Eat a nutrient dense, varied organic diet. While what you eat and drink aren’t necessarily considered to be risk factors [1] in the development of UTIs, certain foods, such as yogurt, contain healthy bacteria that help to prevent and fight infection.
  1. Boost your immune system. A compromised immune system is associated with higher chances of contracting a UTI. There are many ways to boost your immune system such as the point above (good diet), regular exercise (150 mins a week at least), stopping smoking, maintaining a healthy weight, drinking alcohol in moderation, getting enough sleep and reducing stress.

    If sleep is something you struggle with, you can try supplementing with our Sleep Aid Ultra, 5 HTP or Saffron products.

    If stress is something you struggle with, there are many things you can do to help such as meditation and breathing exercises. You can also try supplementing with our Serenity Anti-Stress Support, 5 HTP, Saffron or Ashwagandha products.

  2. Don’t hold your pee! Holding urine in for too long can increase the chance of developing a UTI [2]. It can also overstretch the bladder muscles, causing them to slacken which can lead to inability to empty your bladder fully (urinary retention or incontinence).

  3. Clean your genitals before and after sex. Making sure you and your partner are clean before you go at it will lessen the chance of any unwanted bacteria entering your urethra. Maintaining good rectal hygiene (especially in women) may help lower the chance of developing a UTI.

    Using condoms will decrease this chance even further.

  4. Urinate immediately after sex, and drink plenty of water. Peeing straight after sex may help flush any unwanted bacteria out of the urinary tract.

    12-15 cups of water daily should ensure proper flow to help flush bacteria out of the urinary tract.

  5. Do Kegel exercises. Kegel exercises target the pelvic floor. They are particularly important to strengthen muscles around the bladder to keep any unwanted spills at bay.

The strengthening of these muscles can also help to avoid unwanted infections getting through to the bladder.

  1. Wipe front to back. Wiping from back to front will increase the chances of bacteria from your anus entering your urethra and causing a UTI.

  2. Stop using a diaphragm. Diaphragms can harbor bacteria such as E. coli, as well as promoting their growth [3]. This is especially worse for women who are already prone to UTIs. Consider changing to a different form of contraception.

  3.  Stop using scented soaps. Using scented soaps can irritate vaginal tissues and can alter the vaginal microbiome, making you more susceptible to UTIs. This also stands true for bubble baths, cleansing sprays and so forth.

  4. Support your urinary tract with vital minerals and nutrients to decrease the risk of developing UTIs, while supporting your bladder:

D-mannose. A type of sugar that is found in fruits and vegetables such as oranges, broccoli, apples, green beans, peaches - D-mannose can help to treat and prevent UTIs by preventing infectious bacteria, such as E. coli, from being able to clasp onto cells and cause infection in the urinary tract.

There have been many studies on the efficacy of D-mannose. One such study on women with active UTIs found that symptoms for most women improved [4].

Another study saw the comparison of D-mannose and antibiotics in treating and preventing UTIs. It found that the mean recurrence time was 52.7 days with antibiotic treatments, compared to 200 days with oral D-mannose [5].

Cranberry juice powder. Cranberries are a great source of D-mannose, and have been used for hundreds of years as an effective treatment for UTIs.

Hibiscus flower extract. Scientifically known as hibiscus sabdariffa linn, or more commonly known as roselle - hibiscus flower has been used traditionally as an anti-inflammatory agent. Renal (of the kidneys) inflammation can be a key event in UTIs.

A study on the effect of a roselle drink preventing UTIs and renal inflammation in long-term care facilities saw roselle drinks to be effective [6].

Dandelion herb extract. Scientifically known as taraxacum officinale folium - Dandelion may have antimicrobial properties that can help your immune system fight off infection [7].

It also has a diuretic (increased passing of urine) effect on the human body helping you to flush out unwanted bacteria [8].

Introducing Feel Younger® Urinary Bladder Support Formula with 1000mg D Mannose + Cranberry

We understand that it’s not always easy, nor practical to implement a variety of lifestyle changes - especially all
at once.

We’d advise that you make as many of the changes listed further up this page as possible, but to do so 1 or 2 at
a time, make sure they stick and then move onto more.

In the meantime, you can support your body with the essential nutrients and minerals it needs that can help support
and prevent your urinary tract from infections.

That’s why we’ve included the above ingredients in our Urinary Bladder Support Formula.

By combining these ingredients into an easy to swallow capsule, we’ve taken the stress out of buying each of these ingredients separately, researching and experimenting how much of each you should take and then incorporating them into your diet/supplement regime.

Here at Feel younger®, we believe in providing strong doses at reasonable prices.  Our Urinary Bladder Support Formula with 1000mg D Mannose + Cranberry capsules are antibiotic free, gluten free, vegan and vegetarian friendly, corn free, hormone free, lactose free and contain no nasty fillers or binders.

Our capsules provide a 1,350 mg daily dose, and will cost you no more than $33, with discounts available on multiple bottle and subscription purchases.

How Do You Take Feel Younger® Urinary Bladder Support Formula with 1000mg D Mannose + Cranberry?

Take two capsules once a day with a glass of water, preferably 20-30 minutes before a meal.

Any Cautions?

Although rare, some people may experience loose stools or diarrhea.

Because of the lack of studies on hibiscus flower and pregnancy, pregnant or breastfeeding women should avoid this product.

ALWAYS consult a healthcare professional before taking any new supplements, especially if you have high blood pressure or diabetes in this case (due to hibiscus content and dandelion).

If you are taking antibiotics, anticoagulants, blood sugar drugs, any prescription medications or have diabetes, consult your physician before taking this product.

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Antibiotic Free
Gluten Free
Vegan Friendly
Vegetarian
Corn Free
Hormone Free
Made in the USA
No Fillers
No Binders
Lactose Free

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