It's true - your bladder loves water! Happy bladder - happy life!
That's all well and good, I hear you say, but it can be a drag downing loads of water.
That's why I recommend you increase your water intake by sipping.
There's a rule of thumb when it comes to hydrating that it's best to drink a glass at a time, but if you've been a bit slow on the water consumption, then trying to drink a lot of water at once isn't the best way to go.
For starters, it can make you feel quite nauseous, if you're not used to drinking a reasonable volume of water.
So, start small and sip. The key to that method is to sip often. A water bottle is a great thing to have when you're increasing your water consumption, but make sure it's free of the chemical BPA (bisphenol-A). Check the label before purchase and look up the brand online.
Looking at water consumption, the rule of thumb for an adult is 8 glasses of water a day (generally around 8oz volume glass) or approx 2 litres a day.
You may think it's...
If you're having to get up in the middle of the night and plan your shopping trips around available bathrooms, then your bladder is out of control.
You shouldn't have to suffer disturbed sleep at night - through being woken up to empty your bladder - only to discover that the small volume could have lasted until the morning.
I'm getting really fed up with hearing that so many of us are stuck with bladder problems. Why should you feel like you're forever destined to have to deal with the 'oops' moments of leakage?
Why should you be feeling lonely and lost when you get caught out somewhere and just can't get to a bathroom quickly enough.
Is that you?
If you answered "yes" then firstly, I'm here to tell you that you can get your bladder back under your control - naturally. Secondly, you need to get your bladder back under your control, because the signals you’ re receiving are a very loud alarm bell that all is not well with your health.
Why would that bother you?