Help for Men with slow and/or stubborn starting urination!! Maybe this is common knowledge, but I doubt it. Two of us have discovered it, and talked about it - many more may have discovered it but felt shy about telling others.
Here it is: Ok, we are standing up and trying to pee, into whatever. The urgency is there, but no flow, a few drops maybe. Fits and starts. What gets it going is, with one or two fingertips, I press in, gently, on the underside of my penis at about the height of the top of the scrotum, just a little lower perhaps. Think of creating a bit of back pressure when squeezing a hose. It is not an analogy, that is what is happening here.
"underside of penis" is, of course, where the hose with the urine is. The only hose of the penis. underside. You can feel the stream of warm urine on those fingertip[s] once you get it going.
The theory is it helps to have 'just a little bit of back pressure' - but it also helps START a stubborn urination. Must be more to it then?
How weird would it be to start a conversation with "To get a good stream going I just press gently on the underside of my penis at the top of the scrotum".
Try it on the public bus someday... - to another guy - I cannot stress how important this is, at least at first, until the idea gets out there.
okay, that being said I AM NOT A DOCTOR - do we still bother saying that? Is there anyone silly enough to take forum topics as medical facts out there?
AND - this probably only works for mild conditions, certain conditions... on some men. Maybe women can adapt something similar - they have a uriter [sp?] too, so I hear. Va-gg is scary. lol kidding.
AND pressin just a bit, this is not something that should hurt at all, do not press in to the the point of pain, it would squeeze off the flow anynow, so no don't k? - gently, okay!!
Hey, forum! I am a male in his late teens who has been suffering from chronic brain fog for a long time now. I don't remember exactly when it stepped into my life, but I know that I began feeling unable to function normally in the middle of 2014, after which my brain fog steeply worsened. I am unable to focus on the person who I am speaking to, I forget words easily, I often say things I do not mean, I can not concentrate, etc. I also have a case of stubborn facial acne and general sluggishness, but these are the only obvious symptoms that I have.
The brain fog and its underlying cause can mainly be traced back to a poor lifestyle consisting of extremely late sleep - I used to pull all-nighters often, playing video games until the sun came up, at which point I'd go to sleep only to wake up feeling like hell in the afternoon - and excessive consumption of junk food, things which I never thought affected me much until many years later; I am normal weight despite my bad dietary habits and I could function normally for many years with this suboptimal lifestyle until reality hit me in the face. I also rarely exercised, if ever, thinking I was as healthy as could be.
Due to my problems, I have looked into many different ways to solve my persistent brain fog. I've consulted allopathic doctors to little avail. This was before I shaped up my lifestyle. More recently, after some diligence I found out about distilled water and the practice of uropathy. I'd heard about other more common holistic practices, but urine therapy is new to me. If anything is a miracle cure, then this is probably it. Obviously, though, one should have their diet, sleep and exercise habits in order.
I recently got a tissue mineral analysis (hair mineral analysis) back that shows excess levels of calcium and copper in my tissue, as well as severe low levels of potassium. I've embedded photos of the levels found in my tissue below for reference.
The suspected culprits are hypoglycemia, hypothyroidism, and candida overgrowth (possibly also adrenal fatigue and a stressed liver). Since the 8th of January, I have started eating mainly animal protein (chicken, fish) for my meals and raw vegetables, nuts, seeds, beans and lentils as the remaining portion. I have also been drinking distilled water, around a gallon over the course of one day. I also started drinking my morning urine (only a few ounces) around a week ago. I am happy to say I have been falling asleep a lot easier and earlier. Last night I went to sleep at 11PM and awoke to my alarm at 9 in the morning and got up almost immediately; it's an improvement for me, since I tend to sleep way too long after staying up late, but I think I'm primarily seeing the benefit because I started going to sleep earlier very gradually. I have also taken daily walks, at least 30 minutes each. Unfortunately I have not seen much difference in the brain fog, but sometimes when I tip my head back, especially after or during the daily walks, I get a feeling of dizziness/a "high" feeling, lasting for about six seconds.
With that long-winded introduction out of the way, I have a few questions, one of which is, can urine therapy help to restore mineral equilibrium/balance? Should I continue eating while practicing UT or should I do a fast on urine and water? What do mineral levels and significant ratios like the ones in the photos typically mean? And finally, does anyone here have any experience with beating brain fog similar to mine by using UT? I feel like I am easily discouraged when I read about how some people have had instant results, even with a poor diet, while I have not seen any relief from the mind fog. I do believe in it, but I have heard that minerally deficient urine isn't as effective at healing as it might otherwise be.
Thanks for reading and nice forum!
(Also, I meant to post this in the Brain Fog forum first, but I would like to hear what this forum has to offer as well. The testimonials I have read on UT have been astounding!)
Amniotic fluid is practically urine so the baby cannot be harmed directly by your urine. Christy, though, sites possible problems; if you are worried you could use it homeopathically, else use a few drops sublingually.
I would think if you can do a 2-week water fast, a 3-week urine fast will give no problems. It is best to expend as little energy as possible whilst on the fast, though. The body should get required nutrients from the urine, and from cells that the body will eat. The bad, or damaged cells get eaten first - which is why fasting is so effective.
Fasting cycles (2-4 days) can also be very effective - but maybe with candida it is best to go longer.
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