Healthy Bladder

25 May: 3 Reasons Myrrh Is Magnificent For Your Health

There are lots of natural supplements for women available on the market today. But how often do you actually stop to inspect their nutrition labels and learn the biological value of each and every ingredient? We understand that you’re busy and have better things to do than research ingredients. You need…

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19 May: 3 Amazing Facts About Flaxseed

At Healthy Bladder, we’re proud to offer a high quality product for bladder health that incorporates the finest natural ingredients. Each one of these 13 ingredients were carefully selected because they have the power to help women conquer their bladder health issues. In the past, we’ve taken an in-depth look…

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10 May: Incontinence Management At Work

When you consider that one in three women struggles to control her bladder, it becomes clear that much of the time these women spend managing their incontinence symptoms is time spent at work. Your responsibilities, deadlines, and meetings give you enough to deal with while you’re on the job, so…

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05 May: Avoid These Bladder Irritating Foods

Maintaining ideal bladder health can be a difficult thing to do, but eliminating certain foods from your diet can help in relieving your unpleasant symptoms like urgency, frequency, and leakage. Try removing some of these foods from your diet, and find out if what you’re eating could be causing your…

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20 Apr: Healthy Bladder Plus™: Ingredient Profiles Part II

Last week, we introduced you to some of the natural ingredients that are used in Healthy Bladder Plus™, our natural solution for bladder health. This week we will finish off this two-part series with the last of our ingredient profiles. Bo Tree The ficus religiosa, or the bodhi tree (bo…

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15 Apr: Factors Of Nighttime Frequency

Nighttime frequency, also called nocturia, is simply the frequent need get up to use the restroom while you’re trying to sleep. For most, getting up in the middle of the night to pee is unnecessary because their bodies produce more concentrated (and therefore less) urine while asleep, but others struggle…