How Is Alcohol Connected to Bladder Health?
Nearly a third of people over the age of 30 will have concerns about their bladder health at some point or another. A number of those people also enjoy beer or wine on a regular basis. You’ve probably heard that consuming alcohol can irritate your stomach. Did you know that it can cause problems with your bladder as well?
Alcohol, as you probably know, can provide you with some health benefits depending on the type and how much you’re drinking. But for those who are concerned about bladder health, avoiding alcohol is an extremely wise decision. Alcohol, just like coffee, is a diuretic. Diuretics encourage the production of urine. You might be thinking, “okay, I’ll just drink something with a higher proof instead of a whole glass of wine.” Unfortunately, even though you’re decreasing the volume of drinks, alcohol will still produce extra urine in your kidneys. Whether you’re drinking wine, beer, or something harder, the results will be the same.
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