November is Bladder Health Month!
This month serves as a reminder to get the facts about common bladder health problems, how to prevent diseases that affect the bladder, and how to treat them. Increasing awareness is a critical step in the early detection and diagnosis of bladder conditions including:
- Bladder cancer
- Interstitial cystitis
- Urinary tract infections
- Urinary incontinence
- Overactive bladder (OAB)
Tips For Prevention
- Manage your daily fluid intake and avoid bladder irritants like coffee, tea, and carbonated drinks.
- Regular exercise is important for maintaining healthy bowel and bladder function.
- Maintain a healthy weight. Overweight women have a great risk of developing incontinence.
- Don’t smoke. Smoking increases your risk of urinary infection (UI).
How can natural peptides prevent and help with bladder problems?
UrinaTIDE PLUS is a multi-component peptide bioregulator for the urinary system — normalizes urination processes, restores metabolism of urinary tract cells, and stimulates their muscle tone. Peptide bioregulator is based on natural peptides of an animal origin. Peptides enter the bloodstream through the gastrointestinal tract, from the bloodstream into cells, and launch the body’s recovery program on its resources. Peptides do not cause allergies, addiction, as they are natural metabolites of the body. Peptides are intensified with minerals, vitamins, herbal extracts which are necessary for nourishing cells and intercellular spaces of the urethra. Natural peptide bioregulators can be taken with any other medicine and combined with different therapies, ideally used as preventive treatment together with polysaccharide peptides.
Knotweed herb extract (Polýgonum aviculáre) has a pronounced diuretic effect, increases sexcretion of sodium, chlorine.
Thiamine is necessary for the normal functioning of the nervous, cardiovascular, endocrine and gastrointestinal systems.
Vitamin E is an antioxidant; detoxifying, immunomodulatory, microcirculation-improving effect.
Niacin regulates oxidation processes, reduces cholesterol blood level, has a vasodilating effect, improves microcirculation.
Other treatments for bladder diseases
Depending on the symptoms and treatment goals, there may be one or more options for your bladder control problems. Treatment options include lifestyle and behaviour changes, physical therapy, UI medicines, or procedures such as nerve stimulation, Botox and bulking agents, or surgery.
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