In the Paruresis Treatment System Review, I shall discuss a unique system developed by Rich Presta and Dr. Chryl Lane that cures shy bladder problems. But before I initiate my analysis of this digital product, let me first begin by explaining the meaning of Paruresis and its causes.
But first – some alarming facts!
The Staggering Revelations on Paruresis:
>>> In America alone, almost 21 million people suffer from shy bladder syndrome, which is an alarming figure.
>>> Did you know that 1 in every 12 individuals worldwide is shy passing urine in public urinals?
>>> Basically, men and women are shy to urinate in public places. There could be a myriad of reasons for the same.
>>> Shy bladder syndrome is also termed as parcopresis.
>>> Cognitive Behavior Therapy works well for treating Paruresis. The treatment does span 10 to 14 sittings but the results after the treatment are quite satisfactory indeed.
>>> There are random drug tests conducted in the United States annually. Hence, people with shy bladder syndrome tend to fail in such tests as they are unable to urinate in public. This in turn leads them to lose their livelihood. Companies tend to avoid hiring employees that have failed random drug tests.
>>> The global figure for shy bladder syndrome is staggering indeed. Close to 546 million people suffer from Paruresis.
>>> When you are shy to urinate in public places then, it becomes an anxiety related ailment. Owing to this, you can easily lose out on jobs, social circle and a happy life.
>>> In Canada, almost 2 million people suffer from Paruresis.
>>> The term Paruresis was give by researchers William and Degenhart. They had compiled a research paper on the topic of shy bladder syndrome.
The Paruresis Treatment System Review
What is the Name of the Product that I am Reviewing Today? The Paruresis Treatment System
Who has Created this Product? Rich Presta and Dr. Cheryl Lane
What is the Type of Product that I am Reviewing Today? It is a Digital Product
Can You Get a Hard Copy of this Product? Well, You can Get a DVD but Not a Hard Copy
What is the Price of this Digital Product? $67
Does it Offer a Money Back Guarantee? Yes, for a Period of 60 Days for Dissatisfied Users
What is the User Satisfaction Score on this Product? 4.8 Out of 5 Stars
What is My (LeanandFit Review Staff) Score for this Product? 4.75 Out of 5 Stars
What is Paruresis or Shy Bladder?
Shy bladder syndrome can be best described as a mental and physical condition that does not allow you to urinate in the presence of others. This happens because the sphincter muscles in your body tend to freeze, which makes passing urine an impossible task.
People suffering from this condition cannot urinate in restrooms, other people’s homes and even in their own home (if guests are at the place). Undoubtedly, this condition (if left untreated) can have a dramatic impact on your social as well as your economic lifestyle.
What Causes Shy Bladder Syndrome?
@ The main reason behind these embarrassing phenomena is social anxiety. This is not an ailment that is linked to your organ health. It is a mental state that needs to be cured.
@ It could be a resultant of an unfortunate past incident, such as your friend making fun at you in the washroom or, you having to pass urine in your pants while attending your kindergarten lesson.
@ These incidences have a magnifying effect, thereby forcing your sphincter muscles to involuntarily shut down owing to a sudden rush of adrenaline.
How Does Pauresis Strike You?
@ In the restroom (especially for males), as there are no doors separating two people peeing.
@ When you are trying to pee and you are surrounded by strangers, then again you may trigger the shy bladder syndrome.
@ Sometimes, fear or anxiety can cause you to not pee in public places.
@ Ironically, when you are around your known ones (such as family members or friends), you may feel ashamed to urinate.
Is it Curable?
Now we have finally come to answer the main question (which is also the heading of this section) – Is there a cure for it? The answer to this question is a definite “Yes”. This is done via the mechanism of “Gradual Exposure Technique’, which in turn is a cognitive therapy.
This eBook titled, The Paruresis Treatment System Review, explains such a method that cures your anxiety and in turn helps you relieve yourself in public places without any hesitation on your front.
The Paruresis Treatment System by Rich Presta and Dr. Cheryl Lane – What is it All About?
This system has been streamlined to suit the needs of both men as well as women who experience the shy bladder syndrome. Rich Presta and Dr. Cheryl Lane have made it categorically clear that the root cause behind Paruresis is not your weakness or cowardice but a deep rooted mental anxiety that needs a corrective treatment.
Rich Presta and Dr. Cheryl Lane have devised their treatment methodology in a flawless manner. It is not based on selling addictive and wasteful mediation, new age gimmicks or expensive therapy sessions. You are taught to permanently cure your bladder shyness at the convenience of your home via this digital guide.
What Does this Guide Teach You?
Here are some of the major techniques that you would learn while using this course –
@ You are taught a 4-Step Method that can help you remain calm while visiting a public washroom. This is a unique exercise that needs to be practiced fifteen minutes daily to achieve the desired results.
@ There is another trick that compels your mind to change its perception of a public urinal system. From being overcrowded and scary, the current perception would be pleasant and relaxing.
@ Several tricks that shall end your anxiety pertaining to thoughts on your next visit to a public washroom. Using these techniques, you would simply block the anticipating thoughts pertaining to your future usage of the public urinal.
@ A simple trick to keep yourself motivated regardless of whether your friends or loved ones are offering no support at all.
@ The root cause of your anxiety while using public urinals or the real reason for your fear arising from your inability to pass urine in close presence of others. This knowledge is helpful in making you understand the benefits of such fears and how you can turn them to your favor.
@ You would learn when to avoid facing your fear and how to customize the Paruresis Treatment System to suit your personal needs.
@ The main factors or activities in your daily life that are making your Paruresis worse. These need to be stopped effective immediately.
@ The 5 step plan to identify faulty thoughts that are further aggravating your condition. You also learn how to push anxious, irrational and scary thoughts out of your mind permanently.
How Did I Feel after Trying this System?
While I was not much of a shy bladder kind of a guy, I did face slight hesitation while trying to pee in a public restroom, especially with everyone apparently trying to take a peek at your peeve. Or perhaps this is how I felt and no one was actually doing so. This, I believe, was my anxiety pertaining to peeing in public urinals.
This is what I felt after practicing the techniques taught in this course:
@ No more anxious feelings stomping my abdominal region when I went into the restroom.
@ There was no fear that someone was actually trying to look at my peeve. Even if someone did so, I just did not care and continued with my bladder relieving process.
@ I stated to focus more on my work front and paid more attention towards my family members.
@ I stopped looking for a private washroom to relieve myself and this ‘new-found’ freedom was undoubtedly the best experience of my life.
@ Best of all, I stopped dreading the fact that someone would be staring at my peeve the next time I went to take a piss in the men’s washroom.
@ Lastly, I never thought that my obsession with people staring at me in a public washroom could ever be cured. Nonetheless, after following the strategies taught in the Paruresis Treatment System, my anxiety took a permanent backseat.
What Could Have Been Improved in this Course?
@ I would have liked a personal session with the creators of this system. I believe everyone should be given a chance to meet Rich Presta and Dr. Cheryl Lane and understand their viewpoint on Paruresis.
@ Video lessons should also be added to the existing written material and audio series. Visual depiction of the issues faced by shy bladder syndrome sufferers would help such people comprehend individual issues and resolve them easily.
@ Lack of personal touch is a big negative point of this system. Those individuals who are habitual of being taught under the physical presence of teachers would not be able to study online at the convenience of their home.
What Did I Get When I Ordered the Paruresis Treatment System?
Here are the six products that came along with this system, when I placed an order. I received all of them on my registered email address:
1) The Main Manual
This is The Paruresis Treatment System manual that contained techniques using which, I could remove my anxious thoughts pertaining to a shy bladder and regain my rational mindset.
2) The Audio Lessons
This was a replica of the main manual with the only exception being that the techniques and tricks to cure Paruresis were presented in the form of an audio series. The MP3 series allowed me to listen to the guide on an iPod.
3) The P.A.T.S. Volume (1 & 2)
This is basically an audio series (once again in a MP3 format) that allowed me to practice the techniques and tricks that were taught to counter my Shy Bladder Syndrome in the main manual (The Paruresis Treatment System). I firmly believe that practicing what is being taught in the correct way is undoubtedly the best way to become perfect.
4) The Helix Report
It was only after I had read this book that I realized the true meaning of fear and anxiety. Ironically, our perceived root cause behind fear and anxiety is not at all true.
5) The Mastermind Series to Reduce Anxiety
This is again an audio version spanning two long hours covering detailed discussions between the author of this system and clinical psychologists, anti-anxiety therapists and renowned authors. This helps you gain an insight on what experts have to say about curing anxious thoughts.
6) The Mastermind Transcripts to Reduce Anxiety
This is an extension to the Mastermind audio series. It contains a written record of all the interviews with experts that were made available in the audio series.
Frequently Asked Questions on Paruresis:
Q-1: Is shy bladder syndrome a serious affair?
A-1: No! Usually, it is a mild behavioral issue that can be dealt with via the aid of psychological treatment. Nonetheless, if you suffer from serious paruresis then, it may become an obstacle to leading a normal life. If this is your situation then, you need to pay a visit to a seasoned therapist at the earliest.
Q-2: I have Paruresis and I find it really difficult to Focus in Life. How do I get rid of this issue of not urinating in public places?
A-2: You would have to make an effort to overcome your shyness in urinating at public places in the aright way. Start with including meditation into your daily routine. Consume a healthy diet and avoid fast food, colas and hard drinks. Reduce or avoid smoking. Yoga should be included with regular physical exercises. You may also want to include Self-catheterization to avoid urinating at public places.
Q-3: If am suffering from Paruresis. Am I mentally sick?
A-3: Considering yourself mentally sick just because you suffer from Paruresis is going too far. In reality, it is linked to your stress levels. Anxiety attacks can be linked directly with shy bladder syndrome. So, you need to work on reducing your stress levels in order to get rid of your shyness. Regardless of it all, you are definitely of sound mental health.
Q-4: Is Urophobia the same as Paruresis?
A-4: Yes, both are the same. It is a condition wherein you are not confident to urinate in public urinals. It is a form of anxiety that causes you to behave in such a dramatic fashion. So, work on reducing your stress levels by meditating and exercising regularly. CBT is also a highly recommended way to reduce your anxiety levels.
Q-5: What all methods can help reduce my toilet shyness?
A-5: There are several ways to reduce anxiety that causes Paruresis. You can opt for cognitive behavior therapy. This is a rather effective way to reduce stress. Alternatively, you can opt for meditation. Relaxing training may help for some. Some also prefer to make use of graduate exposure therapy. In severe cases, medications such as valium or xanax may help.
Q-6: I am shy to pee in public places. Can my Paruresis cause health complications?
A-6: Yes, if you continue to hold your pee while outside of your home, health complications are definitely on the cards. The most common health complication would be in the form of infections in the urinary tract. If UTI is not treated, more infections could spread encompassing various organs of your body.
Q-7: I suffer from shy bladder syndrome. How do I stop myself from peeing while on the bus or metro?
A-7: Well, if you suffer from paruresis and you feel like peeing while traveling in public transport then, trouble is on the way. To start with, you need to divert your attention from your urge to urinate to anywhere else. You may also try squeezing your pelvic area to stop the urge midway. If nothing works then, stop the bus and head for the nearest public toilet.
Does this Program Really Work?
I have already mentioned in the review that I too suffered from a mild version of Paruresis. While I was not a chronic sufferer and I could use the men’s washroom in most cases (except when I was super-tense), when I ordered the Paruresis Treatment System and followed its best practices, my shyness disappeared forever.
The audio CDs, the breathing techniques and the relaxation exercises mentioned in this digital guide, ensured that I got the best treatment possible for my mild “shy bladder” issue.
Moreover, I tried it for two whole months without bothering to lose my money, as the Paruresis Treatment System is covered under a “60 day full money back guarantee” bond (extended by its creators).
While mine was a mild case and owing to my imaginative thought process, fueled by excessive anxiety, I managed to completely cure my embarrassing issue. You can give it a try as well and see for yourself whether it works for you or not.
Personally, shy bladder syndrome is an embarrassing condition, which should be best sorted in the confines of your computer room and not shared openly with your friends or family members.
Hence, trying out the Pauresis Treatment System is a safe way to get some relief.