Tips for Maintaining a Healthier Bladder

A human bladder is one of the most underrated but important organs in the body.  Urinary incontinence affects around one third of people between the ages of 30 and 70.  In order to keep your bladder healthy, you should take preventative actions including drinking enough water and maintaining a healthy body weight.  You should monitor what you are putting in your body including caffeine, medications, and food, and visit the bathroom whenever you need for as long as you need.  Exercises such as Kegels are a significant asset in strengthening pelvic muscles.  By taking proper care of your bladder, it will positively impact your overall health.
Tips for Maintaining a Healthier Bladder