Diet helps to keep the bladder healthy
Studies have shown an association between constipation and OAB.
People with urinary incontinence who also suffer from constipation should adopt a diet for regular bowel movements.
Foods rich in soluble fiber, including oats, bran, vegetables, and legumes, can help with constipation.
People with OAB may have recognizable symptoms, but each person reacts differently to treatment.
To help relieve the symptoms of hyperactive bladder, the patient should do pelvic floor muscle exercises.
The pelvic floor muscles are located next to the bladder and support the bladder.
Regular physical activity can enhance pelvic floor muscle strength and help reduce the risk of developing urinary incontinence.