How to control urinary incontinence: Preventive measures and herbal treatment

stephany By On 27/05/2020 at 15:12


How to control urinary incontinence



The most effective method of controlling urinary incontinence is the “small steps” method. Actions that at first glance have nothing to do with the problem can be very effective in combating urinary incontinence both for people with an active lifestyle and for bedridden patients. Extremely important is a positive attitude and orientation towards positive changes.



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Where to begin?

  • Train your bladder

As a rule, in patients who suffer from incontinence, a certain stereotype of urination is formed: they tend to immediately empty the bladder, even with a slight urge. People become hostages of the toilet.

But you can get rid of this addiction if you train the bladder. Its purpose is to accustom your bladder to empty when you want it, and not every time when an irresistible urge arises.

  • Drink a rational amount of water

For proper functioning, the body needs a daily portion of the fluid, which should be remembered also for urinary incontinence. Depending on gender, age, ambient temperature, or the intensity of daily physical activity, the amount of fluid needed can be varied, but the body itself can determine when it needs to be replenished. You should listen to your body, but keep in mind some important points.

  • An adult should drink about 1.5–2 liters of fluid daily. Periodically in the event of prolonged heat, this amount should be increased.
  • Drinking the right amount of fluid helps maintain proper kidney function.
  • It’s best to adhere to the principle: drink as needed.
  • To quench your thirst, it is best to drink drinks that do not contain excess calories - for example, non-carbonated mineral water, spring water, herbal and fruit teas, barley coffee, skim milk.

Caution:  Some herbal teas, such as nettle tea, have a diuretic effect. Some fruits and berries, for example, watermelon or cherry, also act.

Limiting urinary incontinence through limiting drinking is a very bad decision . Forget about him. With a lack of water, urine becomes so concentrated that it begins to irritate the bladder and leads to a constant need to run to the toilet.

Also, taking too little fluid can lead to dehydration, which is especially dangerous for children and the elderly.

The first signs of dehydration:

  • intense thirst
  • dry mouth
  • weight loss
  • fatigue.

Also, symptoms of dehydration are a gradual loss of strength and psychomotor disturbances. Progressive dehydration leads to poor health.

Follow an appropriate diet and take care of bowel movements

Adhering to the appropriate diet and providing the body with all the necessary nutrients, you will ensure good health and eliminate digestive problems. Frequent constipation caused by malnutrition causes an excessive stretching of the rectum. This can lead to pressure on the bladder and its irritation, as well as a reduction in its volume. In addition, fecal pressure on the urethra can cause difficulty in emptying the bladder and subsequently urinary incontinence due to overflow.

Some rules of a healthy diet that will help you avoid digestive problems:

  • The most important throughout the day is breakfast, which provides an energy boost for the whole day. Make sure your breakfast provides about 1/4 of your daily calorie requirement.
  • Dinner should be light: a full stomach makes it difficult to sleep.
  • If you need to use a special diet, strictly follow the recommendations of the doctor/nutritionist.
  • Eat calmly: eating on the go is bad.
  • Nutrition must be varied: remember that your body needs both carbohydrates and proteins and fats for proper functioning.
  • Eat plenty of fresh vegetables and fruits: this is an important component of daily nutrition, they contain many vitamins, fiber, and minerals.
  • You should limit the use of spicy and heavy dishes: digestive problems can be more than the pleasure of taking them.
  • Limit salt intake: salt traps water in the body and excessive consumption can cause swelling.
  • Avoid “empty” calories (fried, sugary, carbonated and alcoholic drinks, fast foods): these are products that have no nutritional value for the body and contribute to weight gain.
  • Avoid heavy and fatty foods: it is best to take light meals at the same time 4–5 times a day.
  • Avoid overeating: overeating can lead to digestion.
  • Do not snack between meals: regular “ snacking ” can lead to weight gain.

Control your weight

One reason for urinary incontinence is overweight. Excessive abdominal fat weakens the pelvic floor muscles and puts pressure on internal organs, including the bladder. Therefore, it is worth getting rid of extra pounds.

Reducing bodyweight is a difficult but doable task. The most healthy way to get rid of excess weight is the gradual loss of extra pounds due to the observance of the rules of a healthy diet and the systematic exercise. People who are unable to perform physical exercises are recommended other forms of physical activity, such as walking, which also favorably affect their well-being.

Adapt the space around you

Ensuring easy access to the toilet is one of the most important factors determining the well-being of a person with urinary incontinence. Space adaptation is especially important for people whose physical activity is limited. The idea that the toilet can be reached easily and unhindered can reduce the stress associated with going to the toilet and limit episodes of urinary incontinence.

What can help?

  • Dress so that preparing for urination does not take time: for example, fastening your trousers with a few buttons is very impractical.
  • Try to shorten the path of access to the toilet as much as possible - maneuvering between furniture can significantly increase the time of arrival at the destination.
  • If the surrounding space cannot be adapted, and you fear that you may not get to the toilet on time, a good solution is a sanitary chair near the bed, especially at night.

Take preventative measures

A little prevention effort will help you get rid of the painful consequences and troubles associated with a urinary tract infection and skin irritation, which can worsen and become a pressure sore. Usually, in patients who are for a long time in an immobilized state, resistance to infections decreases. Moreover, the skin of people with urinary incontinence is constantly exposed to an irritating factor - urine. Therefore, it is very important to pay special attention to hygiene.

  • Absorbent products must be changed as necessary. Do not allow the urological pad or diaper to be used for too long. A crowded absorbent product does not protect against urinary incontinence and increases the risk of skin irritation.
  • Each time you change the absorbent product, you should carefully clean the skin, preferably with special foams or other detergents that do not require the use of water.
  • Cleansed skin should be protected with special protective creams that protect it from the effects of irritating factors.

How to treat urinary incontinence folk remedies

Dill seeds


Take a tablespoon of dill seeds and pour a glass of boiling water. Insist 2 hours, well wrapped, or in a thermos. When it cools, drink the whole glass.

Corn silk

Corn stigmas will help fight frequent urge to urinate. To do this, pour one teaspoon of stigmas with a glass of boiling water. Let it brew for 10-15 minutes, and then strain. This infusion should be drunk as a tea, adding a teaspoon of honey.

St. John's wort and centaury

Here is another effective way to treat urinary incontinence with folk remedies. Mix in equal proportions the grass of St. John's wort and centaury. Take a teaspoon of the collection and pour one glass of boiling water. After the herb is infused for 10-15 minutes, strain and drink like tea during the day.

Lingonberry and St. John's wort

Treatment of urinary incontinence with folk remedies is also possible with the help of lingonberry leaves and St. John's wort. Take 2 tablespoons of lingonberry leaves and the same amount of Hypericum herb. Pour it in three glasses of boiling water. Boil for 10 minutes, then let cool and strain. After 4 pm, drink this infusion until the night in small sips.

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