There is medical term called Nocturia. Sounds like it could be a villain from either the Marvel or DC Universe. Unfortunately, it’s a villain for many men who want to reduce nighttime urination.
Men who wake up 2 or more times during the night to go to the bathroom.
It’s one of the most common urinary problems in older men. And it seems to effect 50% of men over the age of 50. And 70% of men over the age of 80.
So what are the dangers of Nocturia?
Outside of being annoying, this increase in nighttime urination disturbs sleep patterns, which can contribute to poor health, lower energy, depression, and increased overall mortality. And for older adults it increases their risk for falls. And the potential injuries that could be the results of hitting the floor or other objects in the room.
But men, what if you could reduce nighttime urination by 64%?
And limited your trips to the bathroom at night to no more than one time? Would you be interested in learning how?
If yes, then let me tell you about a successful human trial that did just that.
This trial studied a group of men who ranged in age from 45 to 72 years old. Their urinary symptoms were assessed at the start of the study. During this assessment 87% of men reported some degree of Nocturia. Roughly 50% of the men got up one time at night. And 37% of men got up two to three time each night to urinate.
All subjects were given one capsule that contained the following:
180 mg of Beta-sitosterol
100 mg of Pygeum Bark Extract
15 mg of Lycopene
10 mg of Boron
2 mg of Melatonin
They took this capsule daily for 60 days. Researchers then evaluated the number of trips they had to the bathroom to go pee. The 87% who suffered from Nocturia at the start of the study declined to only 23%, which was a 64% reduction.
And for those in the study who got up 2 or more time to go to the bathroom, none suffered from this degree by the end of the study. In fact, many of these men were able to reduce nighttime urination to zero.
Now you might not be able to combine all 5 of these ingredients into your lifestyle. So let’s look at each one to see how they can benefit men and improve their urinary tract. Read More →