As we get older or age like a slice of cheese things change. Remember when we could say "Gee, I haven't gone to the bathroom all day?" In the medical field we are busy, busy, busy so you will need to stay as healthy as possible. It would be very difficult to work if one goes to the bathroom all of the time. Polyuria is a medical condition that occurs when the body urinates very often and with large amounts of urine each time. This can occur because of diabetes or medications used to control diabetes or sometimes other health conditions such as an overactive bladder can cause polyuria. As the body attempts to maintain itself, when blood glucose levels become high, the body will attempt to adjust by removing glucose through the kidneys. The kidneys will then cause the body to produce more water and as a result you will urinate more often. Modern medicine helps alleviate the affects of diabetes by removing excess glucose from the body. Ok, but the symptoms from this cause frequent urination in that it affects a person because they need to use the bathroom very often. My thoughts on this is that if polyuria is serious enough could this be considered a disability? I mean we take going to the bathroom for granted and not use it as a "sickness" issue because it is just well, natural. But if frequent urination disrupts daily activity, then is becomes disabling in that if it affects day to day activity there must include a way to be able to urinate safely and without breaking the law. Someone please, there needs to be adult absorption for underwear durable enough for those affected with polyuria. Perhaps, people affected with diabetes should begin to take Alpha-lipoic acid. What is that? Alpha-lipoic acid is made in the body and it is what makes the body's energy from glucose. Alpha-lipoic acid is also an antioxidant, so it removes waste from the body after food is converted into energy. The important thing is that Alpha-lipoic acid is water and fat soluble so it can help not only when glucose is removed from the body through the kidneys, but it can help maintain insulin levels in the body. If glucose levels can be regulated then the condition of polyuria can also be eliminated. Polyuria- a medical office is busy enough!
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