Also indexed as:Urge Incontinence, Stress Incontinence, Overactive Bladder, Bladder Control
The right diet is the key to managing many diseases and to improving general quality of life. For this condition, scientific research has found benefit in the following healthy eating tips.
|Identify offending foods
||The influence of diet on the risk of urinary incontinence is unclear, though preliminary research suggests that foods like potatoes, carbonated drinks, and fat.
|Watch the caffeine
||Higher consumption of coffee, tea, and other caffeinated beverages has been associated in with increased risk or severity of urinary incontinence.
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