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Better Bladder is a new supplement solution for an overactive bladder. Are you worried that your co-workers are noticing how often you go the bathroom? Do you fear laughing too hard? Would you say you have a small bladder? Let's not mince words here -- if you or .ahem. anyone you know suffers from incontinence this product could be for you. Competitor options are to take medications with side effects, surgery, or adult diapers. Better Bladder uses a cocktail of herbal remedies to combat the root cause of your poor bladder health. No side effects.
The cost of Better Bladder is $39.95 plus $9.95 shipping, for a total price of $49.9. Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page: yourbetterbladder.com
Crateva Nurvala has been used for centuries to help support the bladder to correctly and efficiently fill and empty. It does this by acting to increase the tone of the bladder.
Horsetail has been used for fluid retention since first century AD. It is also known to help improve the tone of the bladder wall.
Lindera has a long history of use in Traditional Chinese Medicine for kidney and bladder health. It has been specifically used to help with frequent urination and loss of bladder control. More recent research has shown that Lindera has potent antioxidant effects to preserve the tissue function of the urinary system.
> 30 day supply of Thera brand omega. Thera brand omega three is three times the dose as most standard omega supplements. Free Omega, sign me up. Not only does your body need these fatty acids to function, but also they deliver some big health benefits often those suffering from heart disease or high blood pressure can benefit from supplementing their omega3. Just be careful taking too much oil supplements. Overdoing these things can make of messy exits.
Better Bladder's website for this supplement and commercial are very careful to cover their bases. Dr. Hyman, the MD behind the product, even makes an appearance to give his vote of confidence. His reassurance is welcome but it comes with a little natural septicemic. The product even got an overwhelming response on the research they did.
Almost everyone who was tested reported a reduction in leaks & accidents. Eighty six percent reported a reduction in their urge to go ( their bossy bladder ). These patients felt more in control of the timing of their visits throughout the day. Nine of our ten patients reported a reduction in daytime bathroom visits. Of the Eighty four percent reported a reduction in night time bathroom visits on a weekly and daily basis.
Better Bladder, if you are going to cite research be upfront about who did it. It doesn't matter if the test was a double blind or single blind if we don't know who did it. As far as we know from reading the site, we should assume that there was no research that took place. Knowing that Dr. Hyman would knowingly endorse this kind of marketing tarnishes his good name a little.
Such is the breaks with the supplement industry. This solution could work, this product's benefits might get hi-jinxed by another new fad in 5 years. Maybe -- maybe not.
Personal preference is to stick with more basic supplements. What the companies don't tell you is that even if the capsule has amounts of this product or the other, the way the pill has been produce has something to do with it's absorbency. When you are in the supplement department and you see several different vitamins with the same contents but different price tags this is one of the differences they are selling. Be sure to do your research when buying supplements.
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