Eight reasons you can not stop going to the bathroom

Going to the bathroom before sitting down to watch a movie or riding a plane can become a habit triggered by a psychological and non-physiological need.

Many people feel the urge to pee frequently, to the point of having to get up every hour, wake up at night and have the need to have a bath nearby. This dependence complicates the lives of those who suffer: in addition to physically disturbing them, sometimes, it is embarrassing to say that they have to go to the bathroom (when they have recently needed it).




The constant need to urinate may be due to an illness, menopause a pregnancy , an operation for prostate or infection cystitis but also other reasons for no apparent solution. Seth Rankin, a specialist at the London Doctors Clinic, explains that urinating is used to dispose of unwanted components and to release fluids from the body, so going to the bathroom is usually a sign of good hydration and no fluid retention.

INDEX
   1. Drinking too much
   2. Overactive bladder
   3. Small bladder
   4. Diabetes
   5. Urinary incontinence
   6. Nervous bladder
   7. Addiction to coffee
   8. Psychologicala


1. Drinking too much

Logically, the more water and liquid we introduce into our body, the more we need to release. The obsession to drink two liters of water every day can make us forget that food also contains it, so we may be drinking more than necessary and the body needs to eliminate excesses. Aim in a notebook the times you go to the bathroom in the day and the liquid you consume can help you to check it.

2. Overactive bladder

Nerve incontinence occurs when the bladder contracts, even when it is not full, for unknown causes. This contraction is associated with loss of bladder control. Exercises can help strengthen the pelvic floor and regain control over the body. Losing weight (being overweight causes more pressure on the pelvic floor) and drinking less caffeine are two other factors that can help.


3. Small bladder

Having a small bladder can also be another reason why we go to the bathroom a lot. The bladder usually has a capacity of 200-500 milliliters of water, which is equivalent to a bottle of water. A small bladder can be filled with a couple of sips. The good news is that it can be trained to retain more fluid and expand.




4. Diabetes

If the urge to urinate is accompanied by the need to drink and the feeling of thirst, the problem could be undiagnosed diabetes . Going to the specialist is essential in this case.


5. Urinary incontinence

The urinary incontinence is a problem that affects men and women, especially when they reach age 50. In the case of women, one in three women of this age suffer. Births and pregnancies are possible causes of this problem that causes loss of urine when efforts are made such as laughing, coughing or practicing a sport. Despite being a serious problem, most patients do not consult the doctor for shame.


6. Nervous bladder

Sometimes when we go on a trip without baths or stops or before entering a meeting or an examination, we feel the need to go to the bathroom even if we do not really need it. Stressful situations cause the nervous system to release adrenaline into the blood and increase the flow of urine.





7. Addiction to coffee

Caffeine and tein are diuretics that cause the urge to urinate and reduce the volume of body fluids. If you drink two or three cups of coffee or tea a day, it is normal to have to stand up constantly from the chair. In the same way, alcohol will also trigger this need.


8. Psychological

Going to the bathroom before sitting down to watch a movie or riding a plane can become a habit triggered by a psychological and non-physiological need.