When you do the same thing every day, it is easy to fall into bad habits. This becomes a problem when it starts to interfere with your health. One activity that is routinely bungled is peeing. According to Carolina Goncalves, Superintendent Pharmacist from Pharmica, who is an expert on Men’s Health, there are common mistakes men make when peeing that can have serious health implications.
“While it’s important to go to avoid leakage, it’s equally important to realise if you are going too often, and if necessary, see a specialist.”
Peeing too often can also signal an underlying condition.
Urinary incontinence is the unintentional passing of urine.
It’s a common problem thought to affect millions of people.
How to improve bladder control
Treatments for poor bladder control are becoming more effective and less invasive.
According to Harvard Health, exercises can help strengthen the muscles of the pelvic floor, shoring up those that control both bladder and bowel.
“Surgical options include less invasive outpatient procedures that can work as well as older, open surgical procedures,” explains the health body