Are you or someone you love suffering from Bladder Conditions and associated symptoms? At Universal Sound Therapy we deal with all sorts of issues including Bladder Conditions with our sound therapies.
Our therapy is based on frequencies, tuning your body to vibrate at the correct frequency is as important to your body healing itself or reducing symptoms you are facing. Our healing sessions provide your body with the frequencies that would be found in a normal, healthy body. Your system absorbs these frequencies and makes the needed changes to “tune itself” and start to heal. Our bodies want to be healthy and when we provide them with the proper tools they will do everything needed to do just that.
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Our bladder conditions sound therapy helps by:
- Minimized or decreased occurrence of painful urination
- Has the correct frequencies to help your body retune itself
- Aligns and opens your Chakra system
- Opens and cleans up your meridians
- Helps your body heal itself
Introduction To Bladder Conditions
Bladder problems are more common in women than in men because the urethra is shorter and comes in contact with bacteria much more easily. Bladder conditions or Urinary Track Infections can make your life miserable
Infections that commonly cause UTI symptoms include:
- Bladder infections
- Kidney infections
- Prostatitis and epididymitis
Reduced bladder control may:
- Cause you to restrict your physical activities
- Lead you to withdraw from social interactions
- Increase risk of falling if you have balance problems and rush to the bathroom to avoid leaking urine
Sometimes having a bladder control problem means you may have a serious underlying medical condition, such as diabetes or kidney disease.
Common symptoms of a urinary problem include:
- Burning with urination (dysuria).
- Frequent urge to urinate without being able to pass much urine (frequency).
- Pain in the back or side
- Urgent need to urinate (urgency).
- Feeling like you can’t completely empty your bladder.
- Blood in the urine (hematuria)
- Leaking urine (incontinence).
- Nausea and vomiting.
Treatment for your Bladder Condition, may include:
- Increase fluid consumption
Universal Sound Therapy for Bladder Conditions
Universal Sound Therapy has developed a protocol for helping your body heal and overcome bladder conditions. Your body wants to be healthy and given the proper tools to work with it can do just that. When we are sick or injured the correct (healthy) frequencies that our body vibrates at get out of whack. Our protocols provide your body with the correct frequencies it needs to reset and get back to it’s natural healthy state.
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Short Description of Bladder Conditions
The bladder is a sac-like organ that is responsible for storing urine sent from the kidneys until it is released from the body. It is located on the lower part of the abdomen. Bladder conditions if not treated properly can affect quality of life, daily activities, sexual health and emotional well-being.
Symptoms of Bladder Conditions
- Bladder leakage
- Pain or a burning sensation during urination as reported by the patient
- Cloudy urine
- Persistent, strong urge to urinate
- Urinating frequently in small amounts
- Frequent urination (more than eight times during the day or more than two times at night)
- Urine that smells strong
- Blood in the urine
- Pain during sexual intercourse
- Pressure or pain in the lower abdomen
About Bladder Conditions
There are many health conditions associated with bladder problems. Many a patient have suffered from the symptoms but do not seek help from a medical health provider until it has already affected their daily life. Many bladder medical problems are treatable and if diagnosed properly and treated, can help the patient enjoy an improved quality of life.
Etiology of Bladder Conditions
A lot of bladder symptoms are caused usually by a bacterial infection that finds its way into the urinary system of the patient. They are introduced in the following ways: sexual intercourse (more particularly with new partners or increased intensity), incorrect hygiene when urinating, backsplash when using the toilet, tampons, douches and spermicides and bowel incontinence. Other possible causes of bladder medical conditions that are not directly related to an infection include: defect in the lining of the bladder, allergic reaction, autoimmune disease, exposure to chemicals, and blockage of urine, parasites and previous radiation exposure.
Women more than men are prone to experiencing bladder health problems, more particularly when the patient becomes pregnant or gets older. One particular reason for this is due to their anatomy, with a shorter urethra compared to men and the proximity of the rectum and anus to the urethral opening. Important factors that can help increase the possibility of developing bladder health problems are:
• Pregnancy – The muscles that control the bladder and urethra (the tube where urine passes through as it leaves the body) may stretch out of shape during the woman’s pregnancy causing problems
• Childbirth – A complication of vaginal childbirth is stretching and weakening of the pelvic muscles that have a direct effect on the urinary system
• Sexual Activity – The more sexually active a woman is, the greater the risk of being exposed to a partner that has a sexually transmitted disease or urinary tract infection that can cause bladder issues
• Birth Control – Some variants of birth control like the use of spermicides or a diaphragm may help increase the risk of bladder problems
• Hormonal Changes – Bladder problems occur more often after menopause, due to hormone changes and changes that occur in the urinary tract
• Obesity – Being overweight or obese increases the possibility of developing bladder conditions particularly urinary incontinence
• Skin & Hair Color – Fair skinned and red-headed women are known to be more prone to developing bladder conditions more particularly interstitial cystitis
• Medical Conditions – Such as Diabetes can increase the risk of developing urinary tract infections
• Hysterectomy – Women who have had their uterus removed may also have an increased risk of muscle damage on the pelvic floor resulting to an increased risk of developing bladder problems
• Autoimmune Diseases – Women that have fibromyalgia or irritable bowel syndrome can sometimes be at increased risk for developing bladder problems
• Neurological Diseases – Neurological conditions like Parkinson’s or stroke can affect the nerves that govern bladder control
Different Types of Bladder Conditions
Urinary Tract Infections
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are usually a common and mild infection that affects the bladder, urethra, ureter and the kidneys. The infection can happen anywhere in the lower urinary tract and affect the bladder and the urethra. This kind of infection is known as bacterial cystitis. The infection may also happen in the upper urinary tract and affect the kidneys and ureters and is known as pyelonephritis or a kidney infection. Diagnosis is via a urine sample or a simple dipstick test to look for evidence of infection.
Urinary incontinence or urgency is any issue with the bladder that can cause a great deal of worry and stress that patients begin to live their life around the problem. The good news is that there is something that can be done to help alleviate the symptoms. Patients with urinary incontinence develop the sudden intense sensation of needing to go to the toilet and having to rush to get there called “urgency.” People with normal bladder function can hold on until they are able to reach the toile but patients with incontinence or urgency may leak if they are not able to go to the toilet in time. If this occurs the condition is classified as “urge incontinence.”
If for some reason you develop the sudden urge to go to the toilet to pass urine and is difficult to control, you may be suffering from a condition known as overactive bladder. This is sometimes known as unstable or irritable bladder or detrusor overactivity. This means that the bladder wants to expel the urine even if it is not yet full.
Interstitial Cystitis (Bladder Pain Syndrome)
This refers to a chronic inflammation of the wall of the bladder that is not due to bacteria and does not respond to conventional antibiotic infection. The condition affects both men and women but is more common in women. It is very difficult to diagnose as patients are affected in different ways. There are no generalized symptoms but daily living is usually affected. It is important to rule out other conditions such as bladder cancer, kidney issues, and neurological problems before arriving at a diagnosis.
One of the most common presentations of bladder cancer in a patient is presence blood in the urine. The bleeding is not usually painful and may come and go. There might be a burning feeling when urinating and patients usually go for frequently than usual. Other conditions need to be ruled out first such as UTI and other conditions.