Extract from Irene Stein's Book - "Health for Life"
Not surprisingly, this condition is almost a taboo subject and is rarely discussed, even between women, as it can be both embarrassing and unpleasant for the sufferer. The inability to hold onto urine often increases after childbirth when the muscles are considerably weakened. Likewise in old age, when muscle tone diminishes, the sphincter muscle which holds the bladder closed, often loosens and releases urine when a person laughs or coughs. Whilst it is important to improve the physical condition of the sphincter muscles, this can be enhanced by supplementing with Magnesium, Calcium and Vitamin C, all of which are contained within the Irene formulation and enhance muscle tone.
Extract from Peter Hudson's Book - "The Aerobic Oxygen Handbook"
I have a boy of 16 who is handicapped and has been under a psychiatrist in Ballarast ,as he was wetting the bed and was very aggressive and hard to handle. Doctors had him on hormones, but he was not improving. I gave the doctor "The Oxygen Connection" to read. The next week, he told me he had to stop the medication and put the boy on Stabilized Oxygen. I put him on 10 drops three times daily. The improvement is amazing.
I took him back to the doctor this week and he is very pleased and he said there was no need to come back. Just to keep on with Stabilized Oxygen and only contact him if needed. It is wonderful, no wet beds and a boy who has settled down and is no trouble to handle. A new boy. Thank God for Stabilized Oxygen.
JA, Victoria, Australia