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6 TIPS TO KEEP YOUR BADDLER HEALTHY
Posted on: March 04th, 2019

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How to take care of our Bladder correctly

Your bladder is an organ in which you DO NOT think much unless you have a problem. And in those cases it can become the ONLY thing you think.

But it is important to consider the health of your bladder, especially since bladder cancer is three times more common in men than in women.

The health of your bladder is related to the health of your prostate, because conditions such as enlarged prostate can affect your urinary health.

Try to follow these 6 ways to keep your bladder healthy and improve the health of your bladder and prostate.

Stay hydrated

 

 

Consume enough fluids (6 to 8 glasses a day) to evacuate bacteria out of your urinary tract. As the kidneys clean out toxins and waste from your body, they send urine to the bladder (where it is stored for long periods of time). Any toxin or carcinogenic substance in the urine that stays in contact with the lining of the bladder can damage it. Staying hydrated helps to evacuate these substances to the outside of your body.

Do not hold on


When you have to go to the bathroom, go to the bathroom. The longer the urine stays in contact with the lining of your bladder, the more damage it can do to you. Withholding urine can lead to urinary tract infections such as bladder infection or bladder cancer.

Do exercise

Walk and exercise during the day to prevent liquids from accumulating in the lower part of the body. When people are sedentary, liquids are kept down during the day. At night (when a person lies down), the fluids are finally directed towards the bladder, which can cause the need to empty the bladder frequently (which affects the hours of sleep).

If you can not walk, be sure to raise your legs above your waist to relieve fluid retention. Exercise also helps manage prostatitis and enlarged prostate, and both can contribute to urinary symptoms that affect the health of your bladder.

Watch your diet


Certain foods can cause bladder problems or worsen prostatitis. If you feel pain in the bladder, urinary incontinence, or urgency to urinate after consuming acidic foods, you can stop consuming those foods to see if your symptoms improve.

Many men are surprised to learn that caffeinated beverages such as coffee, tea, and soda can irritate the bladder and that urinary incontinence in men is related to caffeine.

Keep in mind that green tea is a tea that can promote the health of the bladder and prostate, so drinking it or consuming decaffeinated green tea is recommended.

Consume blueberry


Certain foods can cause bladder problems or worsen prostatitis. If you feel pain in the bladder, urinary incontinence, or urgency to urinate after consuming acidic foods, you can stop consuming those foods to see if your symptoms improve.

Many men are surprised to learn that caffeinated beverages such as coffee, tea, and soda can irritate the bladder and that urinary incontinence in men is related to caffeine.

Keep in mind that green tea is a tea that can promote the health of the bladder and prostate, so drinking it or consuming decaffeinated green tea is recommended.

Eat raw vegetables


Eating raw vegetables five or more times a week can help prevent bladder cancer. The most recommended vegetables include broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, brussels, cabbage, radish and wasabi.



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