There are full-page newspaper advertisements regarding your health that appear almost daily:
- promising satisfaction to neuropathy (numbness, tingling, etc.) sufferers
- providing a much cheaper sex pill for impotence
- pills to
- supercharge your brain
- control bathroom urgency
- cream to reduce arthritis pain
- non-drug alternative for fatigue, inflammation and pain
- natural way to reduce high blood sugar, cholesterol and blood pressure
On the ad there is a logo showing this service as #1 for special, whatever that means, from Hawaii's Best 2017, an annual poll of the Star Advertiser. The laser therapy is non-invasive with no after effects, and, only $47 for two treatments. That's a typical expensive lunch for me. You can't find a hotel room that low today.
A dietary herbal supplement (meaning it was quickly put on the market) called UriVarx contains Cratevox stem bark, Horsetail herb and Lindera strychnifolia root. Combined, these ingredients both strengthen the connective tissue that supports the bladder and relax the muscles in the bladder, thus allowing it to hold more urine. This ad looks suspicious, but there have been rigorous clinical trials, and my preliminary assessment is that it could well work. I'm thinking about it. I can't get a full 8-hours of sleep, so $67 for 60 Veggie Capsules might well be worth a try.
results properly, you might need to take these pills for 8 weeks before seeing an effect, and, at best, you will still be peeing twice per night. Nah, I'm not that desperate.
I can go on and on, but I'll stop here and add a few more later.