How to Manage Frequent Urination in Women and What Causes It

How to Manage Frequent Urination in Women and What Causes It

I was in an important meeting at work and suddenly felt an overwhelming urge to go to the bathroom — despite using it an hour ago. I rushed out of the room and frantically searched for the closest bathroom. The full and uncomfortable feeling in my bladder couldn’t wait for the meeting to end! Let me tell you — if you have regularly experienced the sudden need to urinate, you’re not alone. Frequent urination in women has unique symptoms, so understanding the causes — and solutions — can help. Causes of frequent urination in women include pregnancy, childbirth, urinary tract infections, an overactive bladder, and bladder stones, among other issues. Understanding the underlying cause of your frequent urination will help you find the right solution, which may include changing your diet, doing pelvic floor exercises, or losing weight.

Glucose and Glutamine Restrictions in Treatment of Cancer

Thomas Seyfried, Ph.D., professor of biology at Boston College, is a leading expert and researcher in the field of cancer metabolism and nutritional ketosis. His book, “Cancer as a Metabolic Disease: On the Origin, Management and Prevention of Cancer” is a foundational textbook on this topic, and in August 2016, he received the Game Changer Award for his work. Here, we discuss the mechanisms of cancer and the influence of mitochondrial function, which plays a crucial role in the development and treatment of this disease. Many of his views are now encapsulated in his most recent paper,1 “Mitochondrial Substrate-Level Phosphorylation as Energy Source for Glioblastoma: Review and Hypothesis,” published online December 27, 2018. He’s also published a number of other papers2,3,4 on the metabolic underpinnings of cancer.

Getting What You Want Through Gratitude

But why gratitude is so powerful? Let me explain. When you write a note of thanks on paper and thereby physically express your gratitude to someone else, it gives the recipient a huge boost of good feelings. They get a note in the mail, addressed to them, which hardly ever happens these days! It’s special. It’s an event. And on top of that, sending the note gives you the same boost! And from this boost, your day gets better, their day gets better, and life in all aspects just keeps getting better and more joyful. Just from the action of giving thanks. I discovered this gem of an idea three years ago and the goodness that I have been spreading is still paying me back 100 times over. My one little concept, which was to send out one handwritten thank you note each day, has since become a movement, a mantra {Spread Thanks}, a book, and a way of life for me and for so many people who have also embraced it.


What Is Your Inner Critic Saying to You?

It’s time to cut yourself some slack. Most of us are experts at being hard on ourselves and novices at being easy with ourselves. Listen to your self-talk. How many times per day do you tell yourself something to the tune of: “I’m not good enough, I am not deserving, something is wrong with me, I should have done or been more, better or different”? And is telling yourself these things bring more joy, fulfillment, success, and peace into your life? I suspect not. If you talked to your friends the way you talk to yourself and had the expectations of them you have of yourself, how many friends would you have? Today let’s UPdate the old “Golden Rule” to: “do unto yourself what you do to others and do not do unto yourself what you would not do to others.”

Dr. Thomas Levy: How a Root Canal could be making you Sick

A root canal can always contribute or make worse any disease process you’re going on because you have to take in that much more quality nutrition and antioxidants such as vitamin C. In order to continue to win the reduction-oxidation battle that your body has to fight day in and day out to maintain good health. What can a person do that is listening to you now and just finished having a root canal done. What could they do to prevent you know infection or whatever comes from the tooth to go to the rest of the body? As it turns out and this is one of the important points in the book the root canal is what we call a fatally flawed procedure. By that I mean when you present to the dentist and you get pain in the tooth their approach so they’re doing the root canal procedures to call out the pulp of the tooth basically take out the nerves and take out your ability to feel pain. However it assures that there will be infection chronic in that root canal treated tooth one hundred percent of the time and if not 100 percent of the time as close to 100% as you can because Dr. Hodgins before me came along and had over five thousand extracted root canal teeth that had come from dentists around the country submitted to dr. Boyd Haley at the University of Kentucky. He was able to assay these teeth and find that 100 percent of them were infected and making very potent toxins.

How Obesity Affects the Brain

Obesity rates have tripled worldwide since 1975, and as of 2016, 39% of adults were overweight while 13% were obese.1 Associated health risks like heart disease and diabetes are well known, but many aren’t aware that your brain may also be affected by obesity. Rates of neurodegenerative disorders, including dementia, are also on the rise, with an estimated 115 million people expected to be living with dementia by 2050.2 It’s possible that rising rates of obesity may be one driving force behind this growing burden — and one that’s largely preventable at that. Obesity May Shrink Your BrainResearch published in Radiology found that obesity may lead to alterations in brain structure, shrinking certain regions.3 Among men, higher total body fat percentage was linked to lower brain gray matter volume. Specifically, 5.5% greater total body fat percentage was associated with 3,162 mm3 lower gray matter volume.4

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