Overactive Bladder - articles

How Does Menopause Contribute To Urinary Incontinence?

Dozens of changes occur within the body during menopause, some more embarrassing and harder to endure than others. One major change that occurs because of menopause: the drop in estrogen and testosterone levels that create new difficulties and problems.

Because of the changes to the body’s chemistry levels, menopause can lead to urinary incontinence, a common issue that hinders bladder control. 
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When you gotta go, you gotta go!

We all know how the saying goes: When you gotta go, you gotta go! But let's face it, sometimes we gotta go at the most inappropriate times and places. For instance, you may laugh so hard at a friend's get-together that you accidentally leak on her off-white, name-brand sofa.

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Cranberry and Hibiscus: Berry Effective Against Urinary Tract Infections

Urinary tract infections strike across several demographics, ranging from children to the elderly. Research indicates that almost 50 percent of all women during their lifetimes will develop a urinary tract infection (and if they believe in past lives, the odds are even higher). And 1-in-4 women who gets a UTI will likely develop another. But cranberry and hibiscus can impede UTIs.
 
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A Bladder that Won’t Empty - A painful disorder called Interstitial Cystitis has its aflictees peeing constantly

An unfortunate and persistent condition that primarily affects the bladder, Interstitial Cystitis can afflict anyone, but is most common among women. Also known as “overactive bladder syndrome” the disorder’s symptoms include uncomfortable bladder pressure, and mild to severe bladder and pelvic pain. Read more

Psoralea - The Fruit of Verve

Native to west Asia, Psoralea “fruit” is grown in Iran, India, China, and other Asian locales. It is the dried ripe seed of the herb Psoralea corylifolia (from the Leguminosae/Fabaceae family). The plant requires moist soil and cannot thrive in shady areas. It grows to be about two feet high. Read more

Lindera Radix - The multi-faceted medicinal herb

Lindera Radix is one of nearly a hundred Lauraceae flowering plant species of the Lindera genus. Although it’s primary native origin is of Asia, there are at least three species present in eastern North America. Read more

Cornus Craft

Cornus is a deciduous shrub or tree, and is part of the large group of woody plants in the family Cornaceae (also commonly known as dogwoods). Read more

Female Overactive Bladder & Interstitial Cystitis

Persistent pain in the bladder or pelvis, a constant urgency and frequent urination are all signs of painful bladder syndrome or interstitial cystitis. Pain typically increases as the bladder fills and is relieved during urination; however, sometimes a burning pain is also experienced in the urethra while urinating. Read more

Longana Black Bean Salad - Cuisine Recipes for Bladder Problem

Whether it’s the perfect compliment to your favorite dish or just a simple meal in itself, this salad is the ideal kaleidoscope of color and taste. It’s an easy, festive, and nutritious fusion of ingredients and flavors that can be served at any potluck or summer barbecue as a cool salad with a Southwestern flair, or a fabulous salsa for tortilla chips, quesadillas, and cornbread. Add some zest to your gatherings as well as your dining table! Read more

Coping with Urinary Incontinence - How an herbal tincture can help!

We have decided to perform a public service by addressing the problem of incontinence, a condition that many people don’t take seriously until it happens to them. Then, it’s a life-changing development. But it’s not life-ending. In fact, we have even created an herbal blend tincture that can aid those who suffer from it. Read more

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