Causes, precautions and natural cures for treatment of weakness after urination
Besides being voluntary, it can can also be triggered or inhibited at will. Unfortunately, this complex mechanism is fragile and slight hormonal or physical disturbances can disturb the entire urinary process and result in urinary disorders like incontinence, pain and weakness.
Causes of weakness after urination
Weakness may result from one or more of the following causes:
1) Weakened immunity
2) Electrolytic Imbalance
3) Digestive disorder
4) Not drinking enough water
5) Disorder of the urinary tract
6) Nutritional deficiency
7) Symptom of diabetes
Precautions for treatment of weakness after urination:
1) In case you witness weakness after urination, a thorough urine examination is advised. It could be a symptom of diabetes which requires timely medical intervention.
2) Drink plenty of water. This will keep the body hydrated and will remove harmful toxins from the body. Drinking water should be evenly spread over the entire day and should not be consumed at once, as it could lead to hyper hydration or water poisoning.
3) Fasting on fruit juice for 2-3 days is recommended, as it helps improve body immunity. Juice of carrot,
papaya, orange, beetroot and other citrus fruits must be taken during fasting.
4) Weakness could also be caused by electrolytic imbalance in the body which generally occur after urination. Add one teaspoon of sugar and a pinch of salt to a glass of water and drink it up to twice a day to correct imbalances.
Diet for treatment of weakness after urination
Weakness can be caused by deficiency of essential vitamins, proteins and minerals in the body. The following dietary changes are suggested:
Diet rich in Vitamin C: Vitamin C helps the body absorb bioflavonoid, which help in cleaning the body of toxic radicals. This helps address weakness and improve body immunity. An adult requires at least 2000 milligrams of vitamin C intake during the day. Staple food normally fails in providing for this.
Include food like lemon, oranges, dried basil, fortified cereals, parsley, raw Brussels sprouts, sun dried tomato, dry rosemary, broccoli and dry coriander to address possible deficiency of Vitamin C in the body.
Essential Minerals: Deficiency of magnesium, calcium, zinc and selenium are
often associated with weakness and fatigue felt after urination. Supplements of essential minerals can also be taken.
Foods to avoid
- Food rich in refined sugar including candies, chocolates
- Food made of white flour
- Tea, Coffee and Alcohol
- Canned and tinned food
- Any devitalizing food
Weakness after urination is a symptom of diabetes and should not be taken lightly. Consult a doctor for a through diagnosis based on Urine examination. Clinical examination might as well look into neurological, prostrate and perinea related causes of weakness.