Getting Up to Urinate Several Times a Night? DO THIS!

Getting Up to Urinate Several Times a Night? DO THIS!

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so you getting up several times of the night having a urinate this video is for you now this is mainly for men but if you’re female definitely applies to you but just ignore the part when I talk about the prostate the first thing that you need to understand is the mechanism behind this condition okay and it’s so easy to fix you should not have to get up several times a night it’s completely unnecessary and if you do what I’m going to show you you’re gonna be able to sleep the whole night and not have to get up at all okay the mechanism what happens is the bladder has smooth muscle around it okay it has a muscle that contracts and relaxes this particular problem is a situation we are not able to eliminate all of the urine the tone or the muscle tone of the bladder is not Foley contracting to eliminate all the urine it contracts partially but there’s urine that’s still in the bladder that within one to two hours later it’s gonna activate a sensor that tell you to get up and eliminate that small amount of urine and it just keeps going on and on and on so it’s not really a problem with the muscle it’s the problem with the nerve that connects to the muscle it’s a problem with the sympathetic nervous system now real quick and this is important the sympathetic nervous system is normally considered a flight or fight stress situation right and the parasympathetic nervous system is all about rest and digest so when you’re resting you’re under the parasympathetic control okay and it just so happens that the smooth muscle that causes contraction of the bladder is underneath the parasympathetic now let me just clarify what I’m why I’m bringing it up because you would think that the contraction that muscle would be under the sympathetic yeah but it’s not it’s under the parasympathetic because when you urinate you can’t actually be in a stress State okay you’re not it’s gonna be very hard to eliminate you have to be fully relaxed and calm to eliminate that urine from the bladder and when that bladder fills up okay and it has a normal tone that’s under the sympathetic nervous system so regarding the bladder when you have too much sympathetic okay we just don’t we don’t get the contraction anymore we can’t fully contract and eliminate all that urine so this problem really is a sympathetic dominant problem and it’s caused by too much insulin insulin triggers a sympathetic nervous system okay and activates it and that’s really behind this urination problem insulin enlarges the prostate and many times people think it’s the enlargement of the prostate that’s causing all the problem but it’s not because when men have their prostate removed many times they still have the bladder problem it can be part of the problem because the prostate is just underneath the bladder and if it enlarges it can obstruct this little tube that the urine actually is coming out to this tube right through here and one of the medications they use to try to help this problem or manage it it’s called an alpha blocker okay alpha blockers target the sympathetic nervous system now whether you have any of these symptoms difficulty urinating straining incomplete elimination of the urine in the bladder or dribbling what you need to do is lower insulin what causes high insulin insulin resistance I just have to explain this I’ll try to explain to some very simple terms insulin is a hormone that lowers blood sugars insulin goes into receptors in the cell the body does not like to have too much insulin it likes to have normal insulin if there’s too much insulin over a period of time it will protect itself by creating blockage within the receptor it’s called insulin resistance so insulin resistance is a protective mechanism against excessive amounts of insulin here’s the problem inside that cell there’s like a thermostat if it detects low insulin it sends a signal to the pancreas tell the pancreas to make more insulin if you have instant resistance you have between five to seven times more insulin than a normal person all that excess insulin is going to create this problem okay loss of tone in your bladder and enlargement in the prostate so now the question is what do we do about it what you do is you lower insulin by cutting down the carbohydrates that you’re eating and the sugars if you’re doing candy through the day if you’re doing any type of popcorn sugar you need to get that out of the diet now I do have a link down below that I highly recommend that you click so you can learn how to do this it’s called healthy keto but what’s even more important is fasting in a minute fasting why because fasting decreases the sympathetic nervous system it fixes sympathetic dominance it’s a very very powerful tool in fact I don’t even think the lowering of carbohydrates will be enough to fix this problem but the combination is going to be very powerful but you of course you don’t want to do in a minute fasting without lowering your carbs either you want to do both of them so how do you do fasting very simply you don’t eat if you’re not hungry in the morning if you’re not hungry you don’t eat normally people eat in the morning they either breakfast they think it’s the most important meal of the day that’s false information when you get up you try to go as long as possible without eating if you’re not hungry don’t eat so most people can actually when they start out have their first meal let’s say 11 o’clock in the morning okay if your first meal and in the link down below I’ll tell you exactly what to eat so just check that out okay you can you can download that whole program the check your first meal and then you go all the way to maybe six or maybe seven o’clock and have your second meal okay you have two meals a day the key is don’t snack you can’t snack why because every time you eat you increase insulin so it’s not just about the carbohydrates it’s also about the frequency of eating so this is step one do this for maybe a few days or a week okay and then you graduate to stage two which is basically gonna push your first meal full word as long as you can two maybe three thirty okay 3:30 or 4:00 that would be the ideal situation your first meal 3:30 4:00 o’clock now when you do this initially you’re gonna feel like oh my gosh I’m eating less times a day am I gonna starve the whole thing everyone goes through that it’s not going to be a problem you can have a big meal it’s not about calories if you have that first meal and then the second meal you you’re probably not going to be hungry but maybe in the first day or so that you’re doing this you’ll have a second meal maybe a few hours later so you have these two meals and then you don’t eat but what’s gonna happen when you do this really big meal later in the day like this you are not going to be hungry from this point on okay now it’d be great if you could just stop beating from that point on and just do one meal a day because not only will you fix this bladder problem but you’ll actually get rid of the any type of extra fat in your stomach that would be perfect but some people I know this is hard to believe do have a problem snacking at night they have to eat something at night so for those people I suggest you have this first meal at 3:30 or 4:00 okay make it big and then as your second meal do it make it as a snack pistachios not popcorn pistachios okay that could be your second meal have some of those even at 7 or 8 o’clock so you’re doing basically one and a half meals okay and that would be your pattern of eating that way you wouldn’t feel like you would have to give up something it would make it a lot easier ideally and be great if you didn’t have to do that but if you had to do that and then let’s say you do that at nine o’clock then you fast all the way to the next day until 3:30 4:00 that’s how you solve this problem do it for two weeks okay and watch the results comment below let me know your progress and thanks for watching so if you’re 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Here’s a video where Dr. Berg talks about the main reason why you are getting up at night several times to urinate.

The bladder has smooth muscle around it that contracts and relaxes. Urinating several times at night is caused by a condition where you could not eliminate all the urine and the muscle tone of the bladder is not fully contracting. It is a problem with the sympathetic nervous system that connects with the muscle and is called sympathetic dominance that is also triggered by too much insulin.

Symptoms of Sympathetic Dominance
• Difficulty urinating
• Straining
• Incomplete elimination of urine
• Dribbling

Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio:
Dr. Berg, 53 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of The New Body Type Guide and other books published by KB Publishing. He has taught students nutrition as an adjunct professor at Howard University. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.


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