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Finally! No More Peeing at Night!

Updated: May 1, 2019

Do you feel like you are waking up too much at night to urinate? All this waking up at night can make you more stressed and tired during the day. If you need to use the bathroom more than once each night, you might have nocturia. Your body is making too much urine and your body can’t hold it! There are many possible causes to this problem.

It could be what you are or are not drinking?

It may sound counter intuitive, but you may need to drink more water during the day to avoid peeing more at night, plenty of water daily maintains the health of urinary tract as it aids in the removal of waste from the body. Drink less several hours before you go to sleep. And don’t have alcohol or caffeine late in the day. And be sure to use the bathroom before you go to bed.

Your Age, the older you are the more likely you need to pee at night. For men, the cause may be an enlarged prostate, for women the decrease in estrogen makes you have to fo more often.

Your heart, if you notice fluid build up in your ankles, you may want to rest with your feet up a few hours before bed to allow the extra fluid to drain to your bladder.

Using the holistic model, we look at the person as a whole to see how and why the symptoms occur. The goal is to balance our body which in turn allows healing to take place naturally. This holistic approach can often bring short-term relief but also promotes long-term health.

Did you know that a proper diet is so important in ensuring the proper functioning of the urinary tract system? Recent research by the European Association of Urology, has found that reducing the salt content in diet can lead to reduced nighttime urination. In addition, cut out foods that are known bladder irritants, like caffeine, chocolate, sugar and artificial sweeteners, honey, and milk which may cause nocturia.

Use fiber and probiotics to cleanse out the toxic mess inside your body so healing can be more effective. When too many toxins accumulate in your body- your body can’t function correctly.

One of the most important types of foods you can add to your diet for frequent urination is fiber, As stated by the, Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research, Eating more fiber can help prevent constipation, which often accompanies frequent urination and urinary incontinence

Use curcumin, piperine, and probiotics to strengthen your digestive tract. A healthy gut is a foundation for a healthy body.

According to a study published in Therapeutic Advances in Urology, Cystitis, or inflammation of the bladder, has a direct effect on bladder function. It can occur due to both infectious as well as noninfectious etiologies. And Research by th Huntington College of Health Sciences has discovered that turmeric may inhibit the activity and synthesis of ... enzymes related to inflammation.

Provide your body with enough cellular energy and amino acids to enhance all vital functions including the body’s self-healing mechanisms

In order for the body to heal itself, it needs the proper fuel. Dr Francis Kazungu, a general practitioner says “More fiber-rich foods, such as whole grains, and less refined foods, such as white bread, reduce UTI symptoms. Nutritious whole grain ... brown rice ... provide antioxidants, such as vitamin E, which protects bladder from cancer and other illnesses,”