The human bladder contains only 1.5 to 2 cups of water. When the bladder is full of urine depends on a number of factors, so there are no rules about how long people can stop urinating.

However, statistics show that most people usually go to the toilet 3-4 hours away.

This period of time will also vary depending on the dosage and type of fluid a person tolerates.

Drinking water continuously for short periods of time or drinking caffeinated beverages can cause more feelings of urination sadness.

Ways to help hold the urine

When you need to stop urinating for a short time or in case of urgency, use one or more of the following measures:

Maintaining a comfortable posture: Putting pressure on the abdominal area, especially the bladder, can cause a feeling of wanting to urinate more.