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Posted on December 8, 2020 by Optimal Health Staff

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Dr. Benjamin Barenberg discusses Chronic UTI

Posted on October 29, 2020 by Dr. Ben Barenberg
Click to link to Dr. Barenberg's discussion about Chronic Urinary Tract Infections. 
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Immune History and Vaccine Effectiveness

Posted on October 21, 2020 by Dr. Noel R. Williams
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How tuning up your immune system can help with COVID

Posted on September 30, 2020 by Dr. Noel R. Williams

Humans... tonight’s video post is going to focus on innate immune function data. New reports on understanding the pathophysiology of innate immunity responses to COVID are becoming clearer!

As it turns out several things are or aren’t happening. Key TYPE 1 INTERFERONS are necessary to fight off COVID successfully. Low Type 1 interferons equal poor performance against COVID19....escalating inflammation and severe illness. Equally important is the spontaneous development of auto-antibodies to Interferons in some COVID pts.

There is much to talk about. Solutions to these issue all reside in augmenting immune function by appropriate nutrition. The key element at play continues to be ZINC. 9 months later and the same theme continues.

Zinc levels correlate with better immune function. I’m calling it here... right now....definitely.

Zinc is the key natural element to augment immune function, damage RNA viral particles, and protect us from viral infections.

The RDA for men is 11mg daily and for women is 9 mg daily.

I recommend Zinc supplementation by weight and age. In an effort to simplify it let’s go with the following:


Over 150lbs:

50 mg daily with food x 2 months then just Monday-Friday only.

Less than 150lbs but more than 100lbs or pregnant:

30 mg daily with food x 2 months then Monday through Friday only.

Less than 100lbs:

15 mg daily with food.

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September 23, 2020 COVID update, Flu Vaccine information

Posted on September 24, 2020

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Treatment options for overactive bladder in women

Posted on September 12, 2020 by Dr. Ben Barenberg

Overactive Bladder (Urinary Urgency/Frequency Syndrome):
With normal bladder function, when you feel your bladder is full you can control when you urinate by contracting a particular muscle in the bladder. In the case of an overactive bladder, the muscles receive the wrong nerve messages and contract unexpectedly, causing you to feel like you have to urinate right away or, in some cases, causing you to leak urine. Women who suffer from overactive bladder may experience voiding frequency >8 times a day, voiding frequency >2 times a night, sensation of incomplete bladder emptying, strong urge to urinate, and may suffer urinary leakage. There are many risk factors for overactive bladder including childbirth, pelvic surgery, neurologic diseases, aging, and certain medications. The workup for overactive bladder includes a complete medical history. Your doctor may require you to fill out a bladder diary. Most workups include an assessment for bladder infection, assessment for appropriate bladder emptying, and potentially complex bladder testing known as urodynamics. Treatments for overactive bladder include but are not limited to medications, pelvic floor therapy, Mona Lisa Touch Laser Therapy, Interstim bladder pacemaker, and botox.

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