An overactive bladder causes sudden urges to urinate. The urge is so strong that it can lead to incontinence. This can happen with men and women.
This condition could have an enormous psychological impact. Sufferers become embarrassed and isolate themselves as a result.
For men with a swelling prostate, the natural solution mentioned below could end your anxiety by addressing your prostate and your bladder health.
For both men and women, Kegel exercises could help strengthen your bladder muscles and provide relief. Read on below for more...
Do Kegel exercises to tame your overactive bladder
Kegel exercises strengthen the muscles of your pelvic floor.
You don't need to go to any gym for this - and you don't need any special equipment. The exercises can be done at any time of the day.
And, with time and practice, they become easier and more effective. You could even do them as you wait in the post office queue!
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The first step to the Kegel exercises is to find the muscles of your pelvic floor. To do this, wait until you need to urinate, then after a few seconds after you start urinating, stop mid-stream.
The muscles you just used to do that are your pelvic floor muscles.
Now that you know which muscles you're working with... Start your exercises with an empty bladder. Lie on the floor with your knees bent and apart.
Tighten your pelvic floor muscles for five seconds and then relax them for five seconds. Repeat this a few times.
Concentrate on what you're doing so that you're sure to work the right muscles.
Soon, you’ll be able to do this exercise
lying, sitting or standing.
A few more tips to ease your overactive bladder
Stay away from diuretics, like caffeine, alcohol and citrus juice.
Check your medicine information insert, some medications cause an overactive bladder.
Treat a swollen prostate
- known as Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia.
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