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Bladder problems:

Introduction

An overactive bladder is when the bladder contracts suddenly without you having control, and when the bladder is not full. Overactive bladder syndrome is a common condition where no cause can be found for the repeated and uncontrolled bladder contractions.

Overactive bladder syndrome is sometimes called an irritable bladder or detrusor instability.

Symptoms

An overactive bladder is when the bladder contracts suddenly without you having control, and when the bladder is not full. Overactive bladder syndrome is a common condition where no cause can be found for the repeated and uncontrolled bladder contractions.

Overactive bladder syndrome is sometimes called an irritable bladder or detrusor instability.

Symptoms include:

  • Urgency: This means that you get a sudden urgent desire to pass urine. You are not able to put off going to the toilet.
  • Frequency: This means going to the toilet often and more than seven times a day. In many cases it is a lot more than seven times a day.
  • Nocturia: This means waking to go to the toilet more than once at night.
  • Urge Incontinence Occurs in Somecases: This is a leaking of urine before you can get to the toilet when you have a feeling of urgency.

How can I know if I have Bladder Problems?

The cause is not fully understood. The bladder muscle seems to become overactive and contract (squeeze) when you don't want it to.

Normally, the bladder muscle (detrusor) is relaxed as the bladder gradually fills up. As the bladder is gradually stretched, we get a feeling of wanting to pass urine when the bladder is about half full. Most people can hold on quite easily for some time after this initial feeling until a convenient time to go to the toilet. However, in people with an overactive bladder, the bladder muscle seems to give wrong messages to the brain. The bladder may feel fuller than it actually is. The bladder contracts too early when it is not very full, and not when you want it to. This can make you suddenly need the toilet. In effect, you have much less control over when your bladder contracts to pass urine.

  • You're embarrassed by urine leakage, and you avoid important activities because of it.
  • You often feel urgency to urinate and rush to a bathroom, but sometimes don't make it in time.
  • You urinate much more frequently than you used to, such as at night, even when you don't have a bladder infection.
  • You often feel the need to urinate, but you're unable to pass urine.
  • You notice that your urine stream is getting progressively weaker, or you feel as if you can't empty your bladder well.

Food That Cure Bladder Problems

Baking Soda is a very effective remedy for UTI because of its property to neutralize the acidity in the urine. Consuming one teaspoon of baking soda added to a glass of water not only eases the symptoms but also prevents the disease.

Blue Berry juice has been found to be one of the effective remedies for Bladder problem. It has the property to restrict and prevent growth of bacteria that causes UTI. If blueberry juice is not available in plenty, a dash of shredded berries over morning cereal is also effective.

Pineapples contain an enzyme called Bromelain. Eating a cupful of pineapple in regular doses can help cure the bladder problem.

Cranberry juice is another very effective natural medicine which does not allow the bacteria to stick to the cells that line the tract of the urinary passage. Cranberry juice can be taken directly or mixed with apple juice to enhance the taste.

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