Frequent urination may just be a concern to many. Imagine having to pee almost every five minutes, how will you manage being dedicated to one task at once if you have to take regular pee breaks? I had to deal with it too so I’ll be sharing some of the factors that worked for me. They’re very simple and at almost no cost.
Avoid sugar; it is advisable to avoid every form of sugar when dealing with frequent urination as much as you can. It’s even best to keep it out even after you’ve dealt with the problem. If you must drink something, let it be water.
Don’t stop drinking water; you might think not drinking enough water will reduce your urination rate but it actually doesn’t. Not drinking enough water can actually lead to dehydration which can also lead to more problems.
Practice bladder training; Bladder retraining is recommended for individuals with overactive bladder. In this training, the individual is asked to hold the urine for a slightly longer duration than he usually does. You need to hold yourself back for a maximum of ten minutes before responding to your peeing urge. This will train your body to get used to non-frequent urination. Don’t hold your pee for too long as that also has its consequences.
Double-void before bed; It is recommended to at least urinate twice before going to bed or sleep. First go to bathroom, brush the teeth go to bed and just before lying down, urinate again even if the urgency is not felt.
Change the Diet; Diet plays an important role in both increasing and decreasing the urinary flow and output. The problem of frequent urination can be greatly controlled and in many cases solved by diet. Be sure to avoid the following foods which can aggravate your condition and can increase frequent urination: fermented foods, rhubarb, spinach, red meat, caffeinated products and vinegar.
If all the above mentioned methods on how to stop urinate naturally fails, you should consult a doctor to make sure every thing’s all right.