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10 Natural Treatment Options For Overactive Bladder

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An overactive bladder can cause a very embarrassing situation—especially considering a leak can spout with as little as a cough, sneeze, laugh, or sudden movement. If you have trouble fighting the urge to go during an emergency, you may be suffering from urinary incontinence.

The good news is that you can find some natural help for your overactive bladder from the following sources…

1. Track Fluid Intake

This is similar to a food diary that you keep when on a diet, but in this case you record your daily beverages to get a big picture of how much you’re drinking, when you’re drinking (i.e., before bed), and problem beverages (i.e., coffee or soda).

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