Age: Older people tend to urinate more often, especially at night.
Smoking: According to the American Urological Association, smokers are also more susceptible to urinary incontinence.
Tobacco irritates the bladder and some carcinogens are also excreted through the urinary tract.
Stress and anxiety: May also contribute to hyperactive bladder symptoms.
This is not so much a problem with the bladder as a result of stress.
Often, treating psychological or emotional conditions will help alleviate diabetes-related problems.
Medications: some medications can affect the frequency of urination.
Diuretics (which are more about treating heart disease, high blood pressure, or kidney function) can all lead to frequent urination.
Experts recommend that normal people urinate 6-8 times a day, some may urinate less or more due to health conditions, lifestyle …
The frequency of urination can reveal about the state of a person’s health.