• Naturally Help OAB
    Nutrition

    Naturally Help OAB With These Snazzy Tips

    Though we don’t always want to go au naturel, we do like to stick to natural ways to get relief when it comes to an overactive bladder. An overactive bladder can mean pee leaks or rushing to the bathroom every five minutes. That can help when you want to avoid someone, but not when you’re trying to hear the latest gossip on your favorite celebrity couple. If you are over the overactive bladder (see what we did there?) and want to learn more about natural ways to ease up on the leaks, or incontinence you’re experiencing, look no further. Here are some of our favorite ways to avoid the porcelain…

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    Nutrition

    Vitamins To Avoid For A Healthier Bladder

    We’re often told to take a vitamin for one thing or another so we can feel our absolute best. And so we take vitamin so-and-so and the other vitamin our friend recommended that one day at brunch because well, when have vitamins ever been bad for you? Spoiler alert! The truth is that some vitamins, supplements, and minerals can actually do more damage than good when it comes to bladder health. So if you want to keep your bladder nice, right, and tight (no pun intended), then read on to find out how some of the vitamins we think will only do good to our bodies may actually be vitamins to…

  • vitamin d
    Nutrition

    Vitamin D: Sunshine For Your Bladder

    In our younger years, it wasn’t uncommon to hear our parents tell us to drink milk, which is full of vitamin D, for strong bones and teeth. Fast forward to today, we’re now encouraging you to take vitamin D to alleviate bladder leaks. Yep, that’s right! Vitamin D is one of the most important vitamins for our overall health and well-being. But, to be honest, a lot of people don’t know much about how it helps us. In addition, many of us are actually deficient in this vitamin. So, let’s go ahead and uncover why the magical vitamin is important and how in the world it can help you with…

  • cranberry
    Nutrition

    The Scoop On Cranberry For UTI’s

    Who doesn’t love a nice refreshing glass of cranberry juice on a warm day? Or a heaping spoon of cranberry sauce with Thanksgiving dinner? It’s crisp, yet sweet, with a touch of tang. Cranberries really have a lot going for them. Luckily, they’re also packed with all sorts of nutrients that are good for us. You may have even heard that drinking cranberry juice is a good way to fight off the all too common UTI (urinary tract infection). Here, we dig into this power-packed fruit to find out how to get the most benefit from it.  History Of The Cranberry We’ve been eating cranberries for a long time. Native…

  • Pumpkin seeds
    Incontinence,  Nutrition

    Pumpkin Seeds: The Secret TO OAB?

    The leaves are changing, and temperatures are dropping, which can only mean one thing. It’s that time of year again! I don’t know about you ladies, but I’m in the mood for anything and everything pumpkin. If you’re a big fan of pumpkin like me, and you’re looking to add a healthy dose of crunch to your diet, might I suggest a healthy big dose of pumpkin seeds? One of my favorite snacks happens to be pumpkin seeds, and you would not believe some of the benefits these little seeds can reap! Pumpkin Seeds And Bladder Leaks: What’s The Deal?  Let’s get down to the good stuff, shall we? It’s…

  • fruit juice can cause bladder leaks
    Incontinence,  Nutrition

    You Can Lead Me To Water, But…

    If you’re currently dealing with bladder leaks, it might be tempting to think, “Well…if I limit how much liquid I drink, it’ll help reduce bladder leaks.” The less you imbibe, the less there is to leak out. Seems logical, right? Well…sort of. But not exactly. Unfortunately, skipping your daily dose of H2O isn’t a great idea. Decreasing the amount of liquid you drink can lead to UTI’s, kidney stones, migraines, and a host of other issues that will have you up late on WebMD. And no one’s got time for that. Up to 60% of an adult body is water, and water helps with everything from digesting food to lubricating…

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    Incontinence,  Nutrition

    Don’t Pass The Lemonade: Diet Tips For A Happy Bladder

    When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. But if you get bladder leaks, then you may not want to drink that lemonade. What we eat has a direct impact on how our bladders work. When we eat, food passes through our digestive and urinary system. These systems process what we put into our bodies by eliminating the bad stuff and keeping the good (isn’t the human body amazing?). So, if you eat something that’s a bladder irritant, it can give you an urge, even if your bladder isn’t full. Spicy in, spicy out as they say… If you have an overactive bladder or suffer from incontinence, understanding your diet can…