Home Remedies for Overflow Incontinence (involuntary drops of urine)

Overflow incontinence is the inability to empty the bladder completely, causing involuntary loss of urine, often in the absence of any impulse to urinate. Also, this type of urinary incontinence occurs when the bladder does not contract at the same time as the sphincter contracts.

The two common symptoms are tiny involuntary drops of urine and the inability to control urination. However, overflow incontinence causes are many, including weak bladder muscles, prostatitis, chronic constipation (fecal impaction), narrowing of the urethra, urinary tract infections, spinal cord injuries, sclerosis, diabetes and other diseases that injure the nerves.
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Home remedies for overflow incontinence

The first remedy:

Put a decent amount of brown ground pepper in a small cotton sized (3 cm square bag), tighten this bag with a bandage on the navel and replace it every day, for one week continuously.

The second remedy:

Cut a ginger root and soak it in a cup of ethanol, before going to sleep. Dip a piece of gauze in this ethyl alcohol (soaked ginger root inside) and rub the middle of your abdomen just below the navel for one minute or two, repeat this process every night before going to sleep for five days.

The third remedy:

Fry 15 grams of walnuts + a large tablespoon of nigella sativa + five red dates (without the bony core) over low heat, while stirring quickly until the color becomes light brown. Eat this meal twice a day until full recovery.

  • Avoid: soft drinks - tea - coffee - alcohol - synthetic sweeteners.
  • Physical exercises: forcing the bladder to urinate voluntarily.

That's it,
In chronic cases, incontinence must be diagnosed medically in the case of an underlying problem.
Information listed above has been reviewed medically and the main purpose of it is to increase the cultural awareness of herbalism and natural treatment. With that being said; it is not a substitute for consulting with a specialist doctor as the only guide for an accurate individual analysis. To learn more about our sources that the above content was excerpted from please (click here).

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