By doing so, we can make the world a bit greener.
We all pee & poop.
Let’s start at the beginning. We all eat and drink, which our body metabolizes and turns into urine and waste. Yet, when it comes to bathroom issues such as diarrhea, constipation and bladder leakage, no one wants to talk about it. We have all been taught that urine, stool, and periods are unsanitary & should any problem arise, we should keep it to ourselves. If you find yourself frequently having bladder leaks, are constipated or have diarrhea, it is time to discuss it with your primary doctor. It is time that we start talking more about our bathroom habits & by doing so, we can not only help ourselves, but slowly help to contribute to saving mother earth.
Let’s talk diarrhea & constipation.
Diarrhea is uncomfortable to begin with, and in the moment we have it, all we think about is, it is over yet? Do I have enough toilet paper? According to Toilet Paper History website, the average person uses 57 sheets of toilet paper in a day. If you have diarrhea frequently, think about how much more you may be using. Think about how many more flushes it takes. Finding out what is causing you to have frequent diarrhea is the first step on how to treat it.
Constipation on the other hand is a bit different. You are not using the bathroom enough which can lead to some serious health issues. It could be as simple as increasing your fiber intake, drinking more water, perhaps switching an Rx medication, which could be causing the constipation. Finding out what may be causing these health problems is so important and the first step to a healthier you.
Incontinence or uncontrollable bladder leaks: Over 52 million Americans have it and yet, it is the least discussed health topic! Many men and women who have incontinence struggle with everyday tasks in fear of leakage. They may not exercise, frequently use the bathroom leading to poor work reviews, indulge in very little travel, struggle maintaining relationships. On top of that, they are spending up to $100 a month on pads & liners, discreet undergarments, clothes, laundry detergent, Rx medications that don’t work, and so on.
A Note From ND Labs
Now that we discussed bathroom habits, do you see a pattern? If we have underlying health issues and are not addressing those concerns, we are actually contributing more to waste and spending more money than we need too. The first step is to see a doctor and see what may be causing these issues. After that, come check out our line of nutritional supplements that can help reduce bladder leaks & regulate digestion and bowel health. Maintaining good health can be easy. Do it in a manner that not only works for you, but is good for the earth and your pocket too!