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7 Tips For Natural Bladder Control

Do you suffer from an overactive bladder? Have to take frequent trips to the bathroom? Have trouble sleeping through the night without having to get up to use the bathroom? Do you ever have accidents, or have difficulty holding it? Try these six tips to strengthen your urinary tract and find natural relief from frequent urination.

1. Do Kegel exercises. Kegel exercises help to restore muscle tone and strength to the pelvic floor. These are the muscles responsible for starting and stopping the flow of urine. Pregnancy, childbirth, or obesity often result in weaker pelvic muscles or the muscles can simply get out of shape as we age. Regular exercise can restore these muscles resulting in greater bladder control.

To help you find the right muscles, try to stop the flow of urine. If you succeed, you are working the right muscles. Now, sitting or standing comfortably, try to contract and release these muscles ten times a day, gradually working up to three sets of ten or more every day. As these muscles become stronger you will find that you have better control of your bladder.

2. Do not try to reduce water consumption. Many people suffering from excessive urinary frequency try to solve the problem by drinking less water. This is not a good idea! Water is very important to your health. You should be drinking about one half of your body weight in ounces every day. So, if you weigh 150 pounds, you should be drinking 75 ounces of water daily.

3. Stay away from coffee, alcohol, and soft drinks. These beverages don't count toward your daily water intake and in fact can make frequent urination worse. Caffeine and alcohol act as a diuretic causing you to need to go to the bathroom even more frequently.

4. Empty your bladder completely when you go to the bathroom. Take the extra time to relax completely and fully empty your bladder. Breathe and relax, wait a moment after you are finished and try again. Completely emptying your bladder will extend the time between trips to the bathroom.

5. Go to the bathroom right before you go to sleep, Empty your bladder directly before bed. This helps train your body to remember that this is the time to urinate. It will also help you to sleep through the night if you avoid snacks before bed, which raise your blood sugar levels making it harder to sleep.

6. Try these tricks to help you sleep more soundly. Wear socks to bed. Cold feet keep you in a lighter state of sleep, thus making you more aware of pressure in your bladder. Staying warm helps you sleep deeper, thus making it easier to sleep through the night. Another trick is to sleep in complete darkness. Light causes your body to cease production of melatonin and serotonin, two hormones that help you sleep. And avoid watching television right before you turn in for the night. TV stimulates your brain, making it harder to drift away peacefully and making your dreams more active.

7. Take Flotrol. Flotrol is an all natural bladder control support formula. It contains pumpkin seed and soy germ extracts that have been studied in clinical trials and shown to improve urinary tract health and overall quality of life in subjects suffering from poor bladder control. In clinical trials, results begin to appear after a week, and improvement continued throughout the sixth week. Flotorol will help support and maintain a strong, healthy bladder.

For more information on natural bladder support formula, click here.

About the author:
Annette Rogers is a writer based out of northern California. She has written numerous articles on the subject of health and fitness. She specializes in keeping abreast of the latest trends and breakthroughs in her area of expertise.
 
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