Envie fréquente d’uriner: symptômes, causes et solutions naturelles

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First of all, if the frequency of your urination becomes bothersome (wakes you up at night, for example, or interferes with your daily activities), you should seek help.

The same goes for the urge to urinate or incontinence, which interferes with your daily life. Don’t be embarrassed, these problems are incredibly common and can often be treated (using non-pharmacological methods) to dramatically improve your quality of life.

Common causes of urinary problems

That said, six to eight urinations per day is considered “average.” You may urinate more or less often, depending on how much water you drink and how active you are.

More frequent urination can be due to an overactive bladder (and therefore involuntary contractions), caffeine, urinary tract infection (UTI), interstitial cystitis, benign prostatic hyperplasia, diabetes, or certain neurological diseases.

These are the common causes of urinary problems:

Stress incontinence (urine loss when laughing, coughing, sneezing, etc.): It is usually caused by physical changes caused by pregnancy, childbirth or menopause.

Urge incontinence (leakage of urine after feeling an urgent need to urinate): This may be due to abnormal nerve messages that cause bladder spasms and may be associated with certain health problems such as uncontrolled diabetes or hyperthyroidism.

An accident, or certain health problems, can also affect the nerves and muscles of the bladder, causing urge incontinence: among others, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease and strokes.

Overactive bladder: This disorder can be caused by abnormal nerve messages being sent to the bladder at the wrong time, causing it to contract, resulting in frequent or urgent urination, incontinence, or nighttime urination.

Lower urinary tract symptoms in men: These symptoms may include urinary hesitancy, slow urine flow, terminal dribbling or leakage, and more frequent urination (especially at night). They can be caused by an enlarged prostate, which affects urinary flow.

6 natural methods to treat the symptoms of urinary disorders:

If you suffer from urinary problems that interfere with your daily life, the following methods can be very effective: Kegel exercises: Women are probably more familiar with this term than men. Kegel exercises involve contracting your pelvic muscles and keeping them firmly contracted.

For men who are not familiar with this term, it is like trying to stop urinating in the middle of a urination. This can help strengthen the muscles that allow you to hold and control the flow of urine. Kegel exercises can also help reduce the need to urinate if you have a problem with frequent urination.

Keep a “bladder diary”: This can help you become aware of your urination habits and possibly determine a pattern.

This diary can help you develop a plan to go to the bathroom at regular intervals, avoid accidents, and gradually lengthen the intervals between each urination as you regain control of your bladder. Bladder retraining: ‘Bladder diary’ is usually one of the steps in bladder retraining, which involves going to the bathroom on a fixed schedule.

If you feel the need to urinate before the scheduled time during this time, do Kegel exercises or relaxation exercises, such as deep breathing, to control the urge. Osteopathic manipulations and chiropractic adjustments: Research has shown that osteopathic manipulations produce virtually the same therapeutic effects as pelvic muscle exercises (Kegel exercises) in women with lower urinary tract disorders.

Limit drinks to certain times of the day: If you get up at night to urinate, stop drinking three to four hours before bedtime. It is also better to limit the consumption of coffee, tea and alcohol.

Enlarged prostate: Gentlemen, if you suspect your symptoms are due to an enlarged prostate, check out these tips for maintaining prostate health.

* Presse Santé strives to transmit health knowledge in a language accessible to all. In NO CASE, the information provided can not replace the advice of a health professional.

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