What is the Urinary System?

The kidneys, bladder, ureters and urethra encompass the urinary system. Its primary purpose is to eliminate waste from the body through the urine it produces. It also helps control blood pressure, regulate blood volume, control levels of electrolytes and metabolites, and regulate blood pH. The prostate gland is often discussed with the urinary system even though it is a reproductive organ, due to the location of the gland and the urinary symptoms it causes when enlarged.

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Acupuncture is a proven effective treatment option for urinary organ prolapse.  Prolapse can be caused by age, childbirth, organ weakness or organ removal. In Chinese medicine this condition is looked at as spleen qi deficiency because the spleen dominates muscles, and all internal organs are fixed by smooth muscles to keep them in place.  Bladder prolapse is common and would be treated by tonifying the qi of the spleen. Qi is the energy that flows along the meridians, or pathways, in the body and is considered one’s life force.
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FACT: Limiting caffeine and alcohol can help keep your bladder healthy. Coffee, tea, soda and chocolate intake should be reduced for bladder health.

How can lifestyle affect your urinary health?

Studies show a favorable relationship between regular physical activity and healthy eating habits and a lower risk for LUTS, or Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms in men. LUTS includes frequency and urgency to urinate, excessive urination at night, incomplete voiding, urge incontinence and more. With BPH, Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, being the primary cause of LUTS, they have both been associated with diabetes, obesity and consumption of meat and fat. Studies show vegetable consumption and moderate exercise is associated with up to a 25% reduced risk for both BPH and LUTS. Urinary incontinence in both men and women can be contributed to lifestyle choices such as eating foods that cause constipation, drinking alcohol or caffeinated/carbonated beverages, smoking and physical inactivity.

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FACT: Dandelion, or Taraxacum officinale leaves act as a diuretic and may help the kidneys to function better. It has many antioxidants and nutrients that protect and nourish the kidneys.

Monaco offers Natural Health Solutions that could support common Urinary Health concerns such as:

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UTI

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Incontinence

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BPH

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Urinary Retention

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Kidney Stones

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Gout

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Urgency

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