Writen By REBECCA ENDICOTT
Researchers estimate that nearly 60 percent of all women — more than half! — will experience a UTI at least once.
A UTI, or urinary tract infection, is an incredibly common ailment that afflicts millions of people, men and women, every single year. However, though UTIs can impact men and women, they’re much more common in women.
That’s why every woman should learn early on how to prevent a UTI, what puts her at risk for a UTI, and how to treat a UTI with home remedies.
These infections in the urinary tract are extremely irritating, but they are not usually dangerous. They’re also remarkably simple to treat at home, if you are careful about what you put in your body.
Most mild UTIs can clear up using simple home remedies and no medication, as long as you are careful about staying hydrated, avoid irritating food and drink, and take in lots of healthy vitamins.
Scroll through below to learn the ins and outs of healing a UTI at home.