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Home Remedies for Overactive Bladder
• Home Remedies for Overactive
Bladder Overactive bladder
(incontinence) is a common ...
Find Fluid Balance
• In some cases, reducing fluids
can help reduce urinary
frequency. However, too few
fluids can make so...
Cut Out Alcohol and Caffeine
• Alcohol and caffeine
consumption worsens
overactive bladder. Both are
stimulants and diuret...
Lose Weight
• Being overweight poses a
number of health risks, including
overactive bladder. Fat around
your abdomen and h...
Keep Track of Your Symptoms
• Just as a food diary helps some
patients lose weight, a record of
your bladder symptoms can
...
Treatment of urination problems
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www.uridoc.info
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Home Remedies for Overactive Bladder

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Home Remedies for Overactive Bladder

  1. 1. Home Remedies for Overactive Bladder • Home Remedies for Overactive Bladder Overactive bladder (incontinence) is a common health complaint. It’s also a health issue many people are embarrassed of, so they don’t openly discuss it. If frequent trips to the bathroom and accidents are interfering with your quality of life, it’s time to do something about it.
  2. 2. Find Fluid Balance • In some cases, reducing fluids can help reduce urinary frequency. However, too few fluids can make some people go more often to rid the body of excess of waste. The Mayo Clinic recommends spacing out your fluid intake by a glass of water between meals, and no more than 16 ounces with meals. Keep in mind that reducing fluid intake may not solve symptoms of urgency.
  3. 3. Cut Out Alcohol and Caffeine • Alcohol and caffeine consumption worsens overactive bladder. Both are stimulants and diuretics, so you may experience increased urination along with powerful urges to go. Cutting out caffeine doesn’t just mean skipping your morning cup of coffee. Other sources of caffeine include
  4. 4. Lose Weight • Being overweight poses a number of health risks, including overactive bladder. Fat around your abdomen and hips places extra pressure on your pelvic muscles, increasing urination. This is one reason pregnant women experience increased urination during the second and third trimesters.
  5. 5. Keep Track of Your Symptoms • Just as a food diary helps some patients lose weight, a record of your bladder symptoms can provide keen insight into triggers. Jot down your fluid intake as well as any use of caffeine, alcohol, and sweeteners. Keep in mind that stress can also worsen an overactive bladder.
  6. 6. Treatment of urination problems
  7. 7. Click here to know more www.uridoc.info
  8. 8. `THANK YOU`

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