Bladder (urinary)

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Anecdotal observations by John Thomas

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Bladder: the organ responsible for collect and holding urine excreted by the kidneys prior to disposal by urination.


The bladder is suspended just above the pelvic floor which is composed of muscle, ligament tendon.  When these tissues begin to breakdown, the bladder drops and the belly protrudes.

In men, bladder issues manifest as inability to ‘hold’ their bladder even when it not full; tthe problem is aggravated by a swollen/infected prostate which prevents release of urine and constant need to ‘go’.

In women, incontinence is blamed on carrying children when it is actually the effect of breakdown of the connective tissues that maintain the bladder and control the integrity and tone of the bladder valve.

Urine leakage typically occurs in people who are older, beginning as early as age 40. Bladder infections in women are common and are usually treated wrongly with antibiotics when the problem is one of inflammation stemming from an inflamed and compromised intestinal gut wall usually related to emotional stress in females.

So called bladder ‘infection’, especially in females. is generally NOT a true infection; rather, they are an autoimmune response set-off by stress and emotion and made worse by poor diet and poor digestion.  Please see Special Insights, Change Your Food Habits, Change Your Life by clicking this link.

The Autoimmune Attack Cycle™ and the Sugar/Alcohol Cycle both play a big part in so-called ’bladder’ infections. Address emotional stress, the gut, digestion and intake of dietary sweets and fruit and bladder problems settle and cease to be an ongoing issue.

Antibiotic usage is the surest way to keep a woman locked-into ongoing bladder infections. There is a better way to remedy most so-called, bladder infections.


Sour cherry juice and cranberry concentrate taken in water between meals sometimes works as a band-aid.  Better to address an inflamed intestinal wall and deal with hormone resistance. Lifestyle changes is  mandatory for long term relief.

Please review previously Special Insights, Bladder & Prostate in Archive link below.

  1. Change your lifestyle and your diet.
  2. Embrace Young Again Club Protocols.
  3. Ask for help and be open to new ideas.

See Inflammation, Digestion and Gut in Glossary.

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