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Grasp the four living habits and say goodbye to urinary incontinence!

Are you still stuck on the cognition of geriatric disease about urinary incontinence? It's time to increase knowledge! Urinary incontinence is no longer a natural disease of the elderly, and many pregnant women , postpartum mothers , postoperative patients , and obese people will experience urine leakage.

Facing the problem of urinary incontinence, prevention and improvement of urinary incontinence should start from daily life. Follow Nurse Xiaotian to grasp the following 4 small habits to easily improve urinary incontinence. 

Ensure enough sleep

Ensuring adequate sleep every day can increase the body’s immunity and resistance , enable body organs to get adequate rest and absorb nutrients, repair nerve pathways in the brain, muscles and connective tissue, and promote pelvic floor muscle self-repair.


Reduce caffeine intake

Excessive intake of caffeine affects the kidney's adenosine receptors , acting like a diuretic. These drinks can put a burden on the kidneys and can also irritate the bladder, making incontinence symptoms worse.

Studies have shown that caffeine is also associated with cognitive function and protein lesions in the elderly .


Ensure adequate hydration

Urinary incontinence does not advocate drinking less water. On the contrary, ensuring adequate water intake is also very important for one’s own bladder health. Drinking more water promotes the excretion of toxic substances through urine .


Increase fiber intake

Eating more high-fiber foods, such as buckwheat, celery, mushrooms, pears, oranges, etc., intake of dietary fiber can effectively prevent and relieve constipation symptoms , make defecation smooth, and excessive force during defecation will also cause damage to the pelvic floor muscles.

People who eat a lot of high-fiber and whole grains have a lower risk of heart disease, stroke, diabetes and other chronic diseases compared to people whose diets are low in fiber, according to a study commissioned by the World Health Organization.


In addition to forming daily habits, adjusting your diet, and facing urinary incontinence mentioned above, you also need to choose a suitable professional care product to solve your troubles!


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