Monday, December 27, 2010
This is not exactly a comfortable subject for many people, but it is an important one. With as many as 50% of men in their sixties and 90% in their seventies and eighties http://tiny.cc/7wrhp developing some symptoms of an enlarged prostate, its time to address the question of, How do you shrink an enlarged prostate?
Symptoms of an Enlarged Prostate
First, a quick look at some of the symptoms of an enlarged prostate.
Frequent urination, which can include trips to the bathroom at night that disrupts your sleep
Slow urine flow
Difficulty emptying the bladder
Blood in the urine
Problems achieving and maintaining an erection
NOTE: These symptoms may be indicative of other problems, so it is important to see your doctor for a diagnosis.
Treatment for an Enlarged Prostate
Conventional treatment for an enlarged prostate usually includes medication as the first course of action. This can suppress the symptoms and offer a temporary fix, but rarely eliminates the actual problem. Surgery is often a solution for more advanced problems, as is inserting a catheter. Surgery is invasive, expensive and painful. Would you really want your prostate removed? A catheter is also not a desirable solution to most men I know. So what is the alternative?
Alternative Treatment for an Enlarged Prostate
There are a number of alternative and natural treatments for enlarged prostates, and the bladder problems they may cause. The most common treatment I have found in my research is Saw Palmetto http://tiny.cc/2x1aq . This shrub has been used for prostate health for many years, and has been shown to be quite effective. It is now so common, it can be found at most stores that have a varied selection of supplements. Zinc, selenium and pumpkin seeds have all been reported to be helpful as well. Many men have found some relief using these dietary supplements.
An alternative therapy that can be very effective in shrinking the prostate and eliminating bladder problems is Neural Depolarization™ nervous system therapy http://tiny.cc/h6q4l . Why is this helpful? When there are prostate and/or bladder problems, the nerves that go directly to the prostate and bladder will likely be impaired. Whether the nerve impairment caused the condition or the condition caused the nerve impairment, is uncertain. By gently repairing the affected nerves and bringing them back into a normal state of function, the prostate and bladder can also be brought back into a normal state of function. The result? Well, let’s just say everything should be flowing smoothly.
Does Neural Depolarization™ Really work for an
Here is what one man had to say about his experience using Neural Depolarization™ nervous system therapy as a means of eliminating his prostate and bladder problems:
“I was diagnosed several years ago with an enlarged prostate that made it difficult to urinate. I started medication (flomax), which helped initially, but it became increasingly difficult to empty my bladder over the past year. My urologist commented that I would probably need a catheter at some point, which prompted me to pursue an alternate path. I had heard Carole Hoffman speak of NDP and it made since that treating the nerves would have a positive effect on my situation. I started treatments with Carole and after 3 sessions, I can see a vast improvement in urine flow. I feel like I have better muscle control and that my bladder is emptying. The treatments are non-invasive and I saw immediate improvement after the first session. I would recommend anyone to Carole as a better alternative to medication and a path to better health. Carole does her research and is a wealth of knowledge on natural healing and health maintenance. I'm very happy with the treatment and the result, and will recommend her to others.” Mike, NC
If you, or someone you know is suffering from an enlarged prostate and the bladder problems that can result, consider Neural Depolarization(TM) as a safe and effective solution. It worked for Mike, and it could work for you too.
Imagine, sleeping the whole night through.............uninterrupted!
Monday, December 20, 2010
I went to pick up a friend at the hospital, from her Chemotherapy treatment. I hadn’t set foot in a hospital in years. As I walked in, I smelled and felt the air. It was dry and of poor quality. My nose sensed the intermingling of scents: of medications and perfumes, sterility and disease. Absent, was the fresh smell of health. I watched the people with an intensity of observance of a mind wanting to learn and understand. I saw people wearing masks, employees, patients and visitors. I wondered if they were trying not to spread their own germs, or trying not to pick up germs from the others. Either way, I found it sad. An awareness of irony stirred in my mind. I sat in the waiting room, waiting for my friend. It was difficult to pick out the patients from those who were waiting for their loved one to take home, like me. They all looked if not sickly, at least of a much lower level of health than I have come to appreciate living. Those who were not patients at that time, I sensed were future patients in the making. As I watched, gathering it all in, I marveled at the focus all around me. It was a focus on disease, lived through the energy of fear. I wondered how anyone can get healthy, being in a place of disease. I was glad the hospital world was not a part of my world.
And yet, as I observed the nurses and other hospital employees interacting with the patients, I understood this to be a perfect place to learn and live compassion, caring and love. I observed this, as I watched with a smile. Like the tender balance of the dual soul, I watched the emotions of fear and love being lived in strange harmony together, as one neutralizing the other.
Sitting in my chair, I pulled out my reading material. It was the handout of the seminar I had just attended with the Institute for Metaphysical Studies, “The Creation of Our Dual Soul Energy”. Picking up where I had left off the night before I read, “We create our own level of health and disease by the energy balance or imbalance of ourselves with Earth and Nature”. My eyes began to well up as I realized a sense of appreciation for my own choice to live health, rather than disease, and for the teachings of Kathy Oddenino www.kathyoddenino.com and Spiritual Philosophy, which taught me the difference and that I have a choice. As I looked around at the others visible to me, I felt sad for them and their choice. Do they not know they have a choice, or is disease their choice? I felt grateful to know that I have the knowledge to make my choices consciously. Through Spiritual Philosophy, I’ve learned to value and to love my life and my health. Learning to love is also a choice. Embracing the wisdom of Spiritual Philosophy is how I choose to live that love.
My hope for all those I observed at the hospital is that they too will choose to learn how to live love. A choice to live in health, is a choice to live in love....for ourself