I have taken a quick stroll through the book Healing Wise and determined that he should be drinking nettle infusion, and maybe once he gets a little more recovering under his belt, burdock infusion. We would greatly appreciate thoughts on foods, especially the whole/white grains issue. Thanks!
I think it's wise to have a consult with a well respected and established herbalist when working to combine it with western medicine - but that's just me.
1. Some men who are nervous and tense urinate more frequently. Reduce stress by exercising regularly and practicing relaxation techniques such as meditation.
2. When you go to the bathroom, take the time to empty your bladder completely. This will reduce the need for subsequent trips to the toilet.
3. Talk with your doctor about all prescription and over-the-counter medications you’re taking; some may contribute to the problem. Your doctor may be able to adjust dosages or change your schedule for taking these drugs, or he or she may prescribe different medications that cause fewer urinary problems.
4. Avoid drinking fluids in the evening, particularly caffeinated and alcoholic beverages. Both can affect the muscle tone of the bladder, and both stimulate the kidneys to produce urine, leading to nighttime urination.
And along with other suggestions, a daily dose of dandelion in any shape or form should gradually help.
A big yes to nettle infusions. Also corn silk tea which is very good for bladder and kidney issues. And I would look at using Red Clover infusions as well..... maybe alternating them with the nettle infusions. Red Clover speaks to glandular problems for me.
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