What is the reason for frequent urination at night? Magic medicine will eliminate frequent urination

 Many people are seen going to the toilet again and again. Urinary pressure is said to be the cause. They go to the bathroom at least once before going out.

Again, while traveling by car or bus-train, they face this problem at least four or five times. While men can handle such situations, women face problems in most cases. So there is a panic in them when they go out.

According to experts, this problem can be a sign of weak urinary tract. There are several factors that can lead to bladder weakness.

What is the reason for frequent urination at night? Magic medicine will eliminate frequent urination

For reasons such as menopause or age, frequent urination can occur even after pregnancy. In addition, some neurological, psychological or inflammatory causes can weaken the bladder. 

Several factors can be associated with frequent urination, such as:

* Bladder infection, disease, injury or irritation

* Structural or physiological changes in muscles, nerves, or other tissues that affect bladder function

* Treatment of certain cancers

* Medicines or drinks, which increase the production of urine

Depending on what is causing your frequent urination, you may experience other urinary problems, such as:

* Pain or discomfort during urination

* Strong urge to urinate

* Difficulty urinating

* Loss of bladder control

* Abnormal color of urine

Certain diseases, conditions or defects – which can contribute to frequent urination:

1. Cystocele – A cystocele is when the wall between the bladder and vagina becomes weak

2. Anxiety disorders or anxiety disorders

3. Benign prostatic hyperplasia

4. Bladder stones

5. Changes in kidney function

6. Diabetes insipidus

7. Diuretic

8. Excessive intake of water, alcohol or caffeine

9. Interstitial Cystitis (Painful Bladder Syndrome)

10. Kidney infection – Pyelonephritis

11. Overactive bladder

12. pregnancy

13. Infection or inflammation of the prostate – prostatitis

14. Radiation treatment that affects the pelvis or abdomen

15. Type 1 diabetes

16. Type 2 diabetes

17. Urethral stricture (narrowing of the urethra)

18. Urinary incontinence

19. urinary tract infection (UTI)

20. Vaginal inflammation – vaginitis etc.

Home Remedies for Frequent Urination

There are several home remedies to get rid of frequent urination problem. These include:

* Avoiding liquid food before going to bed.

* Limit foods and drinks that irritate the bladder. They are medically called diuretics. For example:

1. Coffee or caffeinated foods

2. the tea

3. alcohol

4. soda

5. Some citrus fruits

6. Tomato based food

7. Chocolate (not white chocolate)

8. Some spicy food etc.

* Wearing protective pads or underwear. This is a short-term solution.

* Weight loss – Excess weight puts pressure on the bladder. Studies have shown that obese patients who lost 10 percent of their weight improved their bladder control by about 50 percent. Excess weight can be controlled through regular healthy eating and exercise.

* You can do several exercises to relax the bladder muscles.

1. Kegel exercises

Add Kegel exercises to your daily routine to eliminate frequent urination. This exercise strengthens your pelvic floor muscles. May also improve bladder control.

2. Quick flicks

Quick flicks are when you quickly squeeze and relax your pelvic floor muscles. Whenever you feel the urge to urinate, doing this exercise can help control the urge to urinate frequently. A physiotherapist can teach you these exercises.

3. Biofeedback

A technique called biofeedback will help you do Kegel exercises more effectively. The biofeedback system has a way to detect which muscles you are contracting during Kegel exercises. This will help teach you how your pelvic muscles move and how strong they are. A physiotherapy doctor can be consulted for this.

4. Electrical stimulation

Electrical stimulation can help you regain control of your bladder. A treatment protocol called electrotherapy in physiotherapy treatment can play a helpful role for you in this regard.

What to eat if you have frequent urination

1. fruit

Banana, apple, grape, coconut, watermelon, strawberry, blackberry etc.

2. vegetables

Asparagus, broccoli, cucumber, carrot, lettuce, pepper etc.

3. Foods rich in fiber

It is also important to include high fiber foods in the diet. Fiber-rich foods help prevent constipation, which can put extra pressure on the bladder. Foods rich in fiber include lentils, beans, barley, cashews, etc.

4. protein

Protein is essential for your overall health. Good sources of protein include: fish, chicken, tofu, eggs, etc.

5. Supplements and herbs

Supplements and herbs can be natural, but a nutritionist must be consulted before taking them. This is the best way to avoid side effects.

* L-arginine

An amino acid called L-arginine helps produce nitric oxide. Nitric oxide plays an important role in the health of the lower urinary tract. L-arginine supplements are readily available and several foods also contain this amino acid, such as: meat and dairy products, walnuts, coconuts, soybeans, chickpeas, etc.

However, if you are allergic to arginine, have any blood problems or are taking blood thinners, have diabetes or hypoglycemia, suffer from an immune system disorder or have hyperkalemia, then you should avoid this supplement.

* Pumpkin seeds or pumpkin seeds and seed extracts

Pumpkin seeds contain omega-3 fatty acids, which have anti-inflammatory properties. Pumpkin seed extract is a popular natural remedy for frequent urination. Recent studies have found that pumpkin seed oil can reduce frequent urination and treat symptoms of other urinary disorders. Researchers are doing more work on this. Another Japanese study found that pumpkin seed and soybean seed extracts significantly reduced frequent urination.

 Clover  – This plant has been used for centuries in the treatment of skin diseases. Clever plant is considered a 'urinary health tonic' according to the Collins Alternative Health Guide. Due to their anti-inflammatory properties, frequent urination can provide some relief.

* Kohki tea

Kohki tea is an extract of a subtropical plant in southern China. High in this sweet tea

Contains antioxidants. Various studies have found that it has a protective effect on the bladder.

* Other bladder friendly drinks include:

– pure drinking water,

– Soy milk, which is more bladder friendly than cow's milk

– Apple or pear juice

– Barley water

– Caffeine free tea etc

But there are some foods, which if avoided or eaten less, this problem can be controlled a lot. Now let's know about it in detail...

1. If you have a urinary tract infection, bladder problem, or OAB, drinking soda or soda-containing foods or drinks can make the problem worse. So stay away from carbonated or citrus sodas or foods containing soda or these drinks.

2. Avoid coffee if you have a urinary tract infection. The caffeine in coffee increases urinary discomfort.

3. Eating fruits is good for health. However, if you have a urinary tract problem, acidic fruits (such as grapes, oranges, apples, tomatoes, pineapples, etc.) can aggravate urinary tract infections. In that case it is better not to eat these fruits or eat as little as possible.

4. Many people use artificial sweeteners instead of sugar in their food to cut down on calories. According to experts, it is best to stay away from artificial sweeteners if you have a urinary tract infection or any other problem. Because it can make the problem worse.

5. If you have a urinary tract infection or any other problem, avoid spicy foods. Because spicy or spicy food causes discomfort in the urinary tract.

6. Many people know that drinking alcohol makes you urinate more. Alcohol causes discomfort in the stomach as well as in the bladder. So stay away from alcohol as much as possible if you are prone to infections or have any urinary tract problems.

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