sana® heat panties sets
Exchangeable batteries for more heat on the go or individual panties because you would like to change or the panties need to be replaced.
Autumn can be so beautiful. The trees are changing colour, there are pumpkins everywhere (also in our latte) and we enjoy the last warm rays of sunshine on our walks through parks and forests.
Unfortunately, with autumn comes the changeable weather again - in the sun it is often still as warm as in summer, but in the shade it is already really cool. This not only makes it easy for colds - cystitis also knocks at the door, especially in the cold months.
A bladder infection is usually caused by bacteria. However, it is often associated with sitting on a cold surface or with cold feet. How can that actually be?
When it is cold, our body centers the temperature on the core of the body to protect the important organs. This can then be seen in your hands and feet in particular. The small blood vessels contract, so that the mucous membranes are less well supplied with blood. These are actually responsible for the immune system.
Conversely, this means that the effect of cold from outside impedes blood circulation and thus the immune system. This makes it easier for pathogens to crawl up the urethra, for example. So if bacteria are already nearby, this can actually lead to a bladder infection, for example if you sit on a cold surface, your feet are cold or you let the kidney area cool down (e.g. by wearing short clothes).
As a preventive measure, you should drink plenty of fluids and keep warm. Especially if you like to be outside, our sana heat panties will help you to keep your lower body warm.
If you have already caught a bladder infection and the above tips don't help, you have a fever, severe pain or even blood in your urine, you should definitely see a doctor! Even if the inflammation lasts longer than 3 days – go to the doctor!
Often the only thing that helps is medication such as antibiotics. But do you already know the most well-known home remedies for bladder infections?
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