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WOMEN URINARY INCONTINENCE - WHAT, WHY & HOW?

My Webinar on Women Urinary Incontinence.
For those who are suffering from urinary incontinence and need to understand it better, the webinar tries to explain what it is, why it happens and how can it be treated.


As aging occurs, women go through changes in their appearance. Most obviously is in the face.


But aside from the face and facial features, our body goes through changes as well in it shape as well as function. From babyhood to girlhood to young lady then a woman and middle age and elderly lady, these changes is affected due to physical changes as well as hormonal changes. 
Some changes are obvious like skin laxity, white hair and weight gain, while others are subtle and barely felt or seen until it begins to affect our routine and lifestyle. One of them is urinary incontinence.

So WHAT is URINARY INCONTINENCE?
Urinary incontinence is theinvoluntary leakageof urine. It means a person urinates when they do not want to. Control over the urinary sphincter is either lost or weakene…

IMMUNE BOOST YOUR SYSTEM with CYTOKINEs

What is Cytokines?
The term "cytokine" is derived from a combination of two Greek words - "cyto" meaning cell and "kinos" meaning movement. Cytokines are cell signalling molecules that aid cell to cell communication in immune responses and stimulate the movement of cells towards sites of inflammation, infection and trauma.


They are released mainly to stimulate an immune response when the cells detect any  foreign substances in the blood. Cytokines essentially consists of proteins, peptides, and glycoproteins. They are primarily released by immune system cells in order to initiate cell-to-cell interaction in order to generate an immune response.  For instance when white cells come into contact with pathogens(bacteria, viruses) they immediately release cytokines, which in turn communicate and activate other white blood cells to attavk the foreign invader.

This is the natural way our immune response of alerting and recruiting more numbers of White Blood Cell…

Cell Renewal Therapies Revitalizes,Strenghtens, Improves and Prevents

Greater exposure to environmental and industrial pollutants tends to produce more free radicals in cells, causing deterioration in the tissues, organs and their functions. This is called oxidative stress or cell oxidation-one of the primary causes of the aging process and all the disease related to it.

Scientific Background
In 1911, a French physician, Dr Alexis Carel did an experiment where he grew chicken heart from fragments of embryonic tissues.. With this experiment, Dr Carel demonstrated for the first time that an aging organ can quickly regain streght by adding cell extracts to it from a similar younger and vigorous organ.
This was the first time a demonstration was done that showed an aging organ can quickly regain  strenght by adding cell extracts to it from a similar yoiunger and vigorous organ.

Then in 1947, an institute in Switzerland , called the BIOCell institute started the concept of Cell Renewal Therapies (CRT). CRT is primarily aimed at first nourishing then stimulat…