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Urinary incontinence is the involuntary leakage of urine. In other words, peeing when you don’t intend to. The inability to hold urine in the bladder is the result of voluntary control over the urinary sphincter being either lost or weakened. Incontinence is not an inevitable feature of ageing, however, and is often secondary to a urinary infection such as cystitis, constipation, an enlarged prostate or irritation of the vulva, or as a result of the use of some medicines. It is estimated that at any one time at least 3 million people – 5% of the total UK population – suffer from urinary incontinence.


Natural remedies can be helpful in treating urinary incontinence caused by poor muscle tone, hormonal deficiency or food allergy. Certain supplements – bromelain, flaxseed oil, vitamin C and vitamin E for example – can provide anti-inflammatory support. As well as taking natural remedies, avoiding sugar, dairy products, refined foods, fried foods, junk foods and caffeine will help to reduce frequent urination.  

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