Wednesday, 28 April 2010 21:46

Frequent Urination

Written by  Alex Sherman
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Excessive urination can be many things, an increased amount of urine, urinary dribbling, weak urination, difficulty to start urinating, or increased attempts to urinate.

The main symptoms are pain, irritation, change in color, faitgue, consistency of urine, & texture. This can lead to major changes in your sleep cycle, sexual habits, social life, and can even affect your diet.

We do recommend consulting with your physician if you feel that the problem is affecting your life more than normal because the cause could be a range of illnesses. Urinary tract infection, interstitial cystitiis, nephritis, and even prostate conditions could be the main causes behind urinary problems. You might also be surprised to learn that the problem could be entirely psychological and brought on by a major emotional change.

There are a few things you can do at home to help decrease the problems prominency but as stated before, we do recommend contacting your physician.

Magnesium Hydroxide

For women this should be consumed everyday in the form of one teaspoon and can be found in the milk of magnesia.

Saw Palmetto

This is for the men, we recommend one 320mg capsule taken daily. This herb is even more helpful if the frequent urination is brought on by prostate problems.

Last modified on Tuesday, 23 August 2011 08:43
Alex Sherman

Alex Sherman

Alex was born and raised in the North Georgia mountains. At the age of 18 he started his own green maid service which soon found a new home in Atlanta, Georgia.

In 2009 he sold the company and founded the Green Life Pages to pursue his growing passion to educate others about sustainable living. The website's form soon began to change and is now a collaborative effort between Alex and a few friends (Kathleen & Sarah)  who are just as passionation about health and sustainability. 

Alex believes strongly in networking and education. Through both he believes we can achieve a greener, healthier, and more informed planet.

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