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When it comes to healthy bladder tips, we’re on a roll. In our last couple of blogs (see this one for tips on colors to use in your bedroom and this one for tips on how to stay comfortable in your bedroom), we’ve focused on the connection between your bedroom and your bladder. Allow us to do a short recap—here at the Healthy Bladder Plus blog, we strongly believe that women should work to cultivate a life that is full...

We’ve already talked about ways that you can reduce your stress if you’re having bladder issues that are causing you to be a bit high-strung. Today we’d like to give you tips on how you can make your life a little bit happier. After all, happiness can heal a number of things in your life. Let it go. If you’re finding that your life is full of anger, work on just letting it go. Each night, make it a point to...

You probably know at this point that clear is a healthy urine color, and if you’ve been following along with our blogs, you’ve probably read “What Is the Color of Your Urine Trying to Tell You?”  Is the color of your urine a cause for concern? If you’ve noticed a change from your usually healthy urine color, it’s time to see a doctor. Here’s what you can expect when you take the trip to your doctor’s office. There’s a good chance...

Nearly a third of people over the age of 30 will have concerns about their bladder health at some point or another. A number of those people also enjoy beer or wine on a regular basis. You’ve probably heard that consuming alcohol can irritate your stomach. Did you know that it can cause problems with your bladder as well? Alcohol, as you probably know, can provide you with some health benefits depending on the type and how much you’re drinking. But...

The news is in! A study done under the direction of Nutraceutical Medical Research has some good news for those who are concerned about their bladder health. A 12-week trial has shown that Healthy Bladder Plus™ has been proven to be safe and effective for treating bladder health issues with results that meet or even exceed those that are typically shown in pharmaceutical clinical trials. Nearly 73% of the women (all of whom ranged from age 30 to 75) involved in...

You’ve probably checked out the list of ingredients in our bladder health product Healthy Bladder Plus™, and you know that each of our thirteen natural ingredients is chosen with great care. But do you know what gum arabic actually is? You may have seen it listed in some of your favorite foods. Chewing gum often contains it, as do many hard candies, salad dressings, mustards, puddings, and seasoned nuts. It’s often used as an ingredient that helps to bind other...

Bladder health is often directly related to overall health, but when you’re having bladder issues, it can be hard to motivate yourself to exercise. Maybe you’re not sure what will happen if you get outside and go for a jog and then nature calls. Perhaps you don’t want to experience an embarrassing accident while you’re in public at the gym. Whatever your reason is, it’s important to know that you shouldn’t neglect your physical health. You know by now that doing...

Bladder issues are among the more frustrating experiences a person can have. Whether it’s having to go too often, not being able to go when you feel like you need to, or a painful sensation when you have to go, an increase in bladder health means a decrease in bladder issues. In a previous blog, we discussed what the color of your urine is trying to tell you. But did you know that your body might not need eight glasses...

Bladder health sits right at the top of the list of the reasons we do what we do. We want to help people who need help and provide solutions to the problems that exist in the world. That’s why we’ve also chosen to manufacture our product in the United States of America. Healthy Bladder Plus™ is formulated, tested, and made in America because we care about providing Americans with jobs. Strict rules are set in place by the Federal Trade...

Bladder issues can stem from a number of different places, but did you know that being overweight can make your problems even worse? There are a number of great reasons to eat healthy and stay in shape, but sometimes the only motivation you need is that being healthy can cause your bladder issues to lessen significantly. If you’re overweight, there is extra pressure on your pelvic floor muscles. Over time, they can become weak and result in urinary incontinence. Here...

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