You empty your bladder before bed… yet you keep getting up “to go” throughout the night!
When the alarm goes off in the morning, you feel absolutely drained from sleep deprivation.
Your eyes feel heavy.
You feel cranky and you can’t concentrate on anything all day long.
And you have no energy to do anything.
Well, you are not alone.
Frequent nighttime peeing is the number one complaint amongst men with BPH (benign prostate hyperplasia) or an enlarged prostate.
BPH or an enlarged prostate is a condition amongst over age 40 men in which the tissues in the prostate grow.
Your prostate, which is a walnut sized gland, can gradually expand up to the size of a baseball from ages 25 to 80.
As you can imagine, prostate growth squeezes the urethra (the tube that leads out to your penis hole from your bladder) so less urine comes out each time you pee.
This failure to empty your bladder in one shot leaves remaining urine behind.
Hence, the constant and nagging urge to urinate again even after you had just relieved yourself.
When you lay down in bed, this posture increases prostate pressure to your bladder even more.
Picture a half-filled plastic bottle of soda.
When the bottle is laid down sideways, its spills.
Yet, not all the liquid is released.
There is still remaining liquid.
That’s the same with your prostate and bladder. T
his residue creates more frequent urges to pee.
The solution is to fix your prostate. And lifestyle changes have been proven to help relieve prostate symptoms.
FOODS TO EAT TO FIX YOUR PROSTATE:
tomatoes (cooked or heated), pumpkin seeds, various nuts (almonds, walnut, Brazil nuts, cashews), cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, brussel sprouts, carrots)
HERBS & VITAMINS IN DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS THAT’S SHOWN TO RELIEVE PROSTATE SYMPTOMS:
saw palmetto, zinc, beta-sitosterol, stinging nettle leaf, selenium, pygeum africanum bark