The urinary tract is responsible for filtering toxins from the blood and then expelling them from the body. We only usually notice it in action when we need to use the bathroom, but it is operating 24/7 to help keep our bodies clean from toxins and other impurities.
The urinary tract, by nature, holds a lot of bacteria and these can lead to infections of the tract. Symptoms include fever, pain, vomiting, and cloudy or bloody urine. It tends to affect aging women the most, although it can affect people of any age and of both sexes.
A urinary tract infection (UTI) is not necessarily dangerous but should still be treated, and there are numerous home remedies that can help.
Home Remedy #1: Cut Coffee and Alcohol
Coffee and alcohol may be enjoyable, but as far as the body is concerned, they contain toxins that should be removed from the body. This job is the responsibility of the kidneys, meaning they will have more work to do when you drink alcohol or coffee.
If there is a kidney infection then they should be given as little work to do as possible to help them recover. Drinking fluids that contain toxins, such as alcohol and coffee, can slow down the rate at which the kidneys heal. Bear in mind that some antibiotics will not work properly in the presence of alcohol.