Too Much Fluid?

Are you always rushing to the bathroom? You might think that the solution is to drink less. Wrong!

If you drink less, your urine becomes highly concentrated, which can really irritate the bladder. In fact, not drinking enough fluids may make you run to the bathroom more, not less.

Alcoholic Beverages

Beer, wine, or liquor -- in any form, can be dehydrating. How? These drinks dehydrate by increasing the amount of urine -- which means more bathroom visits. Alcohol also interferes with brain signals to the bladder about when to release urine. So if you have urinary "urge incontinence," aka overactive bladder (OAB), you may want to eliminate alcohol.

Tips: Try to reduce your intake a bit after 6 p.m. You'll be less likely to get up in the night to go to the bathroom.

Make sure that you drink at least 8 glasses of water instead of other replacements such as soda & juices.

 

Suggestion:

Uva Ursi Leaf

Uva Ursi Leaf

It's a diuretic that strengthens and re-enforces the urinary area. Its main purpose is to remove excess of water from the human body, it's useful against infections of the bladder and kidney by helping to remove excess of sugar in the blood during the treatment of the hypertension and inflation of the urinary area. It's very beneficial for women in postpartum because it helps the matrix to return back to its natural size and to prevent infection of it after giving birth.

Suggested Usage: 1 in the morning - 1 in the afternoon - 1 at night