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There are several treatments for overactive bladder you can incorporate into your daily lifestyle in order to treat the symptoms of Overactive Bladder, Light Bladder Leakage, and Urinary Incontinence.  Lifestyle changes These can involve cutting down on foods and beverages that irritate the bladder, such as alcohol, caffeine, carbonated beverages, and highly acidic foods. Changes may also include scheduling trips to the bathroom on a more regimented schedule. Going to the bathroom every hour or two, even if you don’t feel the...

What Is An Overactive Bladder?   The statistics on the prevalence of overactive bladder in the United States are staggering. One in three women in the U.S. has or has had symptoms of overactive bladder. What does this term really mean, and what are the warning signs and symptoms?   Basically, overactive bladder is defined as the need to go to the bathroom suddenly and frequently, occasionally not making it there in time. There are several forms of bladder leakage or incontinence, and not all are...

When faced with incontinence problems and other bladder health issues, especially in old age, many people are so embarrassed they have no idea where to turn or what incontinence products to trust. They don’t want to ask friends and family for help because they’re afraid people will judge them for their inability to hold urine or make it through the night without peeing. After all, urinating during sleep are issues that only affect children, right? Unfortunately, that’s wrong. Tens of millions...

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