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Urinary Health

The Latest Articles About Urinary Health


Bladder health is seldom a top concern until the bladder stops working properly. Theralogix’s Balanced Living Blog gets to the bottom of bladder health by answering frequently asked questions about bladder health.

Bladder Health Q&A: What You Need To Know

Your bladder health is not something you think about until your bladder stops working properly. The bladder is a hollow organ that holds the urine produced by your kidneys. It is also an organ that changes as we age. Bladder …

Pregnant women are at increased risk for a UTI – especially in the early weeks of pregnancy. Here are 5 things to know about UTI in pregnancy.

Urinary Tract Health in Pregnancy: 5 Things You Should Know


In the US, many women will experience a urinary health concern at least once in their lifetimes.  In fact, women are more likely than men to have a urinary concern, as bacteria more easily can reach the bladder due to …

kidneys and blood pressure

Heart and Kidney Health: The Surprising Connection

The kidneys are two bean-shaped organs, located below the rib cage, one on each side of the spine.  Your kidneys have several important functions, and well-functioning kidneys are essential to your overall health.  What you may not know about kidneys, …

The loss of bladder control can prevent you from taking part in activities you enjoy. Theralogix’s Balanced Living Blog discusses everything you need to know to take back control in your life.

Understanding Bladder Health: What You Need To Know

You probably don’t think much about your bladder. That is, of course, until it stops working properly. Issues such as painful urination or bladder control loss, known as urinary incontinence (UI), can catch you by surprise.  Loss of bladder control …

Prostate cancer is the most frequently diagnosed cancer in men. Theralogix’s Balanced Living Blog discusses 8 natural ways to keep your prostate healthy.

7 Natural Ways To Keep Your Prostate Healthy

The prostate is a walnut-sized gland that sits between the bladder and the penis, just in front of the rectum.  While there are factors that affect your prostate health that you cannot change (

kidney stones 101

Kidney Stones 101: All The Basics You Need To Know

Kidney stones are so common that one in ten people will develop one during their lifetime. They occur most frequently between 20 and 40 years of age but can develop at any point during your life. If you’ve had a …