posted on Dec, 8 2014 @ 07:29 PM
First thing, are you peeing a lot when you pee or is it just a little every time? How long has this been going on.
I have a problem with this, but I have a problem with angiotensin and this causes me to expel too much fluids. Because of this I have low blood
volume. Salt helps a person to retain water by dampening the excretion in the kidneys. Coffee contains fluoride, which stimulates you to secrete
If you pee a lot, you could be low on electrolytes which will cause you to pee more. Low potassium is not good, neither is low sodium levels. Low
sodium and chloride can lead to a loss of waste being taken out of cells and transported to the kidneys. Chloride consumption being at the proper
level is important. Not chlorine though, the stuff in water is not the same.
Things to try. Before going to bed, eat some popcorn or chips or something salty to see if it helps. Peeing in the day is good for you but it is a
pain at night. When you pee all the time, you get constipated. A little salt water helps to slow the formation of insulin by the pancreas. High
insulin levels can cause constipation but only if you are actually deficient in salt. The kidneys balance stuff but sometime inbalances of
electrolytes can cause problems.
If you have a bladder infection it can cause the same symptoms, it doesn't always have to be the prostate. They have a test for prostate problems.
I was diagnosed with prostate, but it was not my prostate, I was allergic to my meds for the epilepsy. They screwed up my whole system for a while,
even after I quit taking them. It took two years before all the problems finally completely disappear.
If I drink coffee at night, I go a few times at night, but I go a lot each time. It is a good stream too. Once in a while I eat or drink something
that causes problems, but I haven't identified exactly what it is yet. It is something in certain prepared foods, but identifying exactly what it is
isn't so easy.
If I take glucosamine pills I swell up, not peeing enough. That is not good. Only you can figure out what is causing the problem. Always remember,
peeing is a good thing, but your system should not doing this while you are sleeping. Once a night isn't bad. On the other end of the coin, you
could be consuming something you shouldn't be, causing the kidneys to need to expel it so you don't get sick or hurt. If you consume a lot of
sugary foods, the kidneys will kick out any sugar your body cannot detox. Lowering sugar uptake can help with that. It is a sign that you may be
getting a little glucose intolerant, just lower consumption. The kidneys expel excess acetylaldehyde also, this is also a byproduct of sugar and
There are many reasons for this, you need to pay attention on how foods effect you.