Natural solutions against “uncontrolled” adult urination

Natural solutions against “uncontrolled” adult urination
It happens to both children and adults that urine sometimes “escapes”. This uncontrolled experience is certainly unpleasant. It can happen sometimes to everyone even if people do not suffer from incontinence. It usually happens during uncontrolled and intense laughing. However, in a more severe form, it is a symptom that affects all age groups and both sexes. It is accompanied by a feeling of shame and the need for isolation.
Fortunately, nature (homeopathy) has found a very cheap and effective solution to these unpleasant health problems.
Exceptionally good results are achieved in the homeopathic solution for uncontrolled urination.

  1. Apis-involuntary urination due to coughing
  2. Causticum-uncontrollable urination due to coughing and sneezing (especially in older women, due to stress, frequent urge to urinate and the person does not feel that the urine comes out uncontrollably).
  3. Natrium muriaticum-urination caused by any stressful situation.
  4. Sepia-urination caused by stress, leakage of urine when coughing, sneezing and laughing, in menopause.
  5. Zincum – stressful uncontrolled urination, enlarged prostate in men.
    Prostate protection:
  1. Avocado-contains betasitosterol, which effectively prevents and treats prostate diseases and reduces the development of prostate cancer.
  2. Seelen – food rich in selenium is especially useful (wheat germ, herring, clams, liver, kidneys, beef, eggs, sesame and sunflower seeds, mushrooms, onions, garlic and algae.
  3. Zinc – daily intake of 15 mg of zinc is necessary. It is found in beans, crustaceans, pumpkin seeds, oysters and walnuts.


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