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24th February 2023 | Peter H. Edmonds, Editor-in-Chief | Medically reviewed by Dr. Allison R. , M.D
Prof. Cameron G. is a busy Biology professor who takes good care of himself by eating healthily and exercising. Until he suddenly started experiencing the urge to go to the bathroom more frequently, and the condition worsened with time, affecting his personal life and job. He goes to a doctor and gets diagnosed with an enlarged prostate, which is causing urination problems, infections, and desires for intimacy. Despite trying several treatments, none of them work.
One day, he listened to a NASA scientist conference at his university, and he learned about negative ion technology and magnetic therapy that can protect the body from harmful effects, including radiation. The therapy helped alleviate his frequent urge to urinate, his tendency to have difficult urination, and the constant uncomfortable sensation of a full bladder. The simple solution ultimately cured his enlarged prostate, which reduced it to a healthy size.
Figure: Side by side Images of a Normal and Enlarged prostate
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) is a medical condition that affects the prostate gland in men, particularly as they age. It occurs when the prostate gland, located below the bladder, grows in size. BPH is a non-cancerous enlargement of the prostate gland, which can cause problems with urination. The exact cause of BPH is not fully understood, but it is believed to be related to hormonal changes that occur as men age.
As the prostate gland grows larger, it can compress the urethra, which is the tube that carries urine out of the bladder and through the penis. This can lead to symptoms related to urination, including difficulty starting or stopping the flow of urine, a weak or interrupted urine stream, the need to strain during urination, and the need to urinate frequently, especially at night.
The growth of the prostate gland in BPH is typically a result of an increase in the number of cells in the gland rather than the size of individual cells. This non-cancerous growth can be slow and gradual, occurring over a period of years.
Urinary incontinence is a common condition that affects millions of women around the world. It is a condition where a woman may experience involuntary leakage of urine. However, what many people do not know is that urinary incontinence can lead to more serious reproductive problems in women if left untreated.
One of the ways that urinary incontinence can affect reproductive health is by causing damage to the uterus. When a woman experiences urinary incontinence, she may also experience a weakening of the muscles in her pelvic floor, which can lead to a condition known as uterine prolapse, which can cause pain and even infertility.
Another way that urinary incontinence can lead to reproductive problems is by affecting menstrual cramps. Menstrual cramps are a common complaint among women and can be caused by a variety of factors, including hormonal imbalances and muscle tension. However, when a woman experiences urinary incontinence, the muscles in her pelvic floor can become weakened, which can exacerbate menstrual cramps.
Negative ion and magnetic therapy can provide health benefits for individuals with an enlarged prostate and female reproductive health issues.
Figure: Negative Ion
Negative ions are molecules with an extra electron that are naturally found in the air in outdoor environments such as near waterfalls, forests, and oceans. It helps balance the body's pH levels, increase energy levels, and reduce stress, which can positively impact both prostate and female reproductive health.
Figure: Magnetic Therapy
Magnetic therapy involves using magnets or magnetic fields to improve blood flow and reduce inflammation. It can help to alleviate pain, reduce inflammation, and promote healing. It can also help improve prostate health and alleviate symptoms of BPH, such as frequent urination and difficulty urinating.
Negative ions and magnetic fields can neutralize harmful free radicals in the body and improve blood circulation, which helps flush out mineral build-up in the prostate gland. This therapy can be beneficial for individuals with BPH by increasing blood flow to the prostate gland, reducing inflammation, and swelling, promoting healing, decreasing the urge to urinate and improving sexual health.
When it comes to female reproductive problems that may arise from UTIs, such as pelvic inflammatory disease (PID, menstrual cramps, and infertility), negative ions and magnetic therapy are believed to help balance the pH level of the vagina to prevent the spread of infection and promote healing. Negative ions are believed to reduce inflammation and pain, while magnetic therapy is thought to improve circulation and stimulate the body's natural healing mechanisms.
These therapies can promote overall reproductive health and may also increase the production of serotonin, a neurotransmitter that can reduce stress and promote relaxation, further aiding in the management of cramps.
John had always been active, enjoying long walks and outdoor activities. His journey with negative ion and magnetic therapy began as he approached his 60th birthday, when he noticed concerning changes in his body. One of the most alarming was the increasing frequency of his trips to the bathroom, especially at night.
John found himself becoming more and more isolated. He stopped going out with friends and family, fearing that he would be too far from a bathroom if he needed one. He stopped participating in the activities he once loved because he was too tired and uncomfortable to enjoy them. John's condition also put a strain on his relationship with his wife.
As the weeks went by, his days were marked by the constant urge to use the restroom. He would often wake up in the middle of the night, feeling a strong need to urinate. Throughout the day, he would feel the need to use the restroom frequently, sometimes every 15 to 30 minutes. However, after trying the Negative ion and magnetic treatment, he began to notice significant changes in just a few days. His urination became stronger, and he no longer felt like he had to go to the restroom as often because he could finally empty his bladder.
After 10 days, John no longer felt fatigued. He was able to sleep through the night without interruption. He also regained his energy and resumed his activities and hobbies. John was beginning to assume more responsibility at work without fear of compromising the project due to his disposition.
After 15 days of therapy, John was healthier than ever. His prostate reduced to its regular size, and he regained his previous life. He went back from becoming the sweet husband that he is. Now, people look at him with admiration and respect for his work.
"BPH was one of the greatest hurdles I've ever had to face in my life. I felt miserable, and I kept thinking of how I no longer wanted to continue living in such a way. I would cry myself to sleep, exhausted and uncomfortable. The therapy did wonders for me, and within weeks, I noticed a significant improvement in my symptoms. I was sleeping better, no longer felt the constant need to urinate, and had the energy to resume my activities and social life. Thanks to negative ion and magnetic treatment, I even got promoted to a managerial position.”