What are bladder problems?
How to exercise with bladder problems
Diet and bladder problems
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Are you frightened in case you don't make it to the toilet in time or you have to know where the nearest toilet is, before you leave the house? Are you getting up in the middle of the night to go to the loo or you are embarrassed about suffering from bed wetting at your age? Maybe you simply hoped your bladder problem would just go away on its own, but things aren't getting any better.
There is no need to suffer in silence. You are not alone, bladder problems are a very common problem, for the young and old and you shouldn't hesitate to seek help from your GP.There are plenty of options available and as well as traditional medical treatments, there are a number of ways that you can adjust your eating habits to improve your bladder control and contrary to what you might think, it's not just what you drink that matters, slight changes to what you eat can make a big difference too.This website explains bladder problems and their treatment. You'll find practical advice on your medicines and on lifestyle changes you can make to help manage your bladder problems, including exercise and diet tips.The website is designed so that you can pick out topics that are of interest to you. So you've come to the right place if:
In this section, you can learn about the causes and types, signs and symptoms and treatments for bladder problems. You can also find out about non-drug treatments for bladder problems, including diet and lifestyle changes you can make, as well as how to get the best out of your NHS services, practical support and information for carers.
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