People who suffer from urinary incontinence, or otherwise called overactive bladder, have numerous problems with sleep, psychological stress and daily life. But don't worry, there are some ways you can do it at home to avoid having such a problem in your daily routine. One of these is the way of nutrition:
- Milk, fish, eggs: Vitamin D, found in these foods, reduces the risk of urinary incontinence, especially in women.
-Bananas, corn and potatoes are magnesium-rich foods that help reduce muscle spasms. Magnesium is also important because it encourages the bladder to empty completely and thus prevents frequent urination.
-Rye rye and wheat are rich in fiber which improve intestinal function. Doctors advise you to consume as many fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains and beans, fiber-rich foods, writes Health Journal.
- Pumpkin seeds, these are used to treat urinary problems, including the overactive bladder. Pumpkin seeds have the function to increase testosterone production by strengthening the pelvic floor muscles.