1. Green tea
Catechins within this famous herbal remedy could protect bladder cells from inflammation. It has been proven in studies that have exposed cells to a damaging acid. Forget the actual tea here; you need the supplements to deliver the dose of catechins needed for this effect.
2. Dietary changes
This is a big one. While diet may not actually cause an inflamed bladder, certain foods will make symptoms worse. Many report that eliminating or cutting down on potential bladder irritants helps a lot. These irritants include
Fruits (especially citrus)
Alcohol, and anything with caffeine
3. Train the bladder
People with inflamed bladder must train themselves by setting bathroom trips according to the time rather than waiting until they need to go. Start off every half-hour regardless of whether you feel the urge. Slowly lengthen that time period. Some deep breathing and other relaxation methods could also help cut urinary frequency.
This flavonoid chemical is believed to be an anti-inflammatory (among other things) and has been found to reduce IC symptoms.
This is an amino acid your body uses to produce nitric oxide. This is something that relaxes smooth muscles. Based on the idea that it could do so in your bladder, arginine is considered a potential IC therapy.
These are natural substances, polysaccharides, which are a family of carbohydrates. It’s possible that the bladder’s surface doesn’t have enough of these substances in cases of IC. This deficiency could, the thinking goes, be a reason why the bladder has become inflamed, and could be a potential reason for autoimmune problems.
7. Change your routine
Avoid putting pressure on your lower stomach, so don’t use belts or tight clothes. Do your best to reduce stress, as it will hamper your healing progress. Try some light exercise each day. And know that smoking cigarettes can make any painful condition worse, and is harmful to the bladder specifically.
1. Green tea