What is it?
Every 1 in 6 adults are affected by overactive bladder or urinary incontinence, affecting their quality of life and confidence.¬† BladderCare¬ģ is a proprietary blend of Pumpkin Seed Extract, Cranberry, Isoflavonoids and Soy Germ, which target both the symptoms and cause of an overactive bladder.**
Overactive bladder is a widespread condition, affecting about one in six adults over the age of 40. Overactive¬†bladder is defined as having an urgent need to empty the bladder, more frequent urination during the day and night, and incontinence. Urinary incontinence, or the accidental leakage of urine affects 13 million Americans and occurs twice as often in women than men. Although incontinence occurs more often in older individuals, it¬†is not considered a normal part of the aging process.
The combination of special pumpkin seed extract and soy germ isoflavones has been shown to be effective in the treatment of urinary disorders associated with hormonal imbalances as demonstrated by preclinical in vivo research.
In summary, clinical studies in men and women have found a reduction in the frequency of urination at night as well as during the day. Incontinence episodes in women were also shown to decrease and subjective improvement in symptoms of overactive bladder were reported. Greater than 60% of subjects reported improvements within two weeks of taking the supplement and more than 80% had improved after 6 weeks. The studies show high compliance and confirm the safety and tolerance of preparations with pumpkin seed extract and soy germ isoflavones.
¬† ¬† ¬†BladderCare¬ģ ¬†and was found to reduce urinary incontinence in women suffering from overactive bladder and stress incontinence. Researchers studied 50 women aged 35 to 84 with overactive bladder and stress urinary at two different clinics in Japan. The study involved a one-week observation period (pre-trial), followed by six weeks of supplement administration. During the test period, patients¬†recorded the frequency of urination during the day and at night.They also recorded the number of incontinence episodes and rated their ¬†satisfaction ¬†with ¬†the ¬†treatment. ¬†At ¬†the ¬†end ¬†of ¬† the ¬†study it was shown that the episodes ¬†of ¬†incontinence ¬†improved significantly. In particular, patients with the largest¬†number of incontinence episodes showed the greatest improvement.
|*These statements have not been evaluated by the United States FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease|