Urinary incontinence = bladder weakness
Urinary incontinence occurs when urine is released from the bladder involuntarily and involuntarily. This disease is also popularly known as bladder weakness. Those affected are very limited in their quality of life due to urinary incontinence and usually suffer greatly from the lack of bladder control.
Homeopathic remedies aim to regulate bladder function and reduce urges.
Which homeopathic remedies help?
Physical symptoms are described below. Choose a homeopathic remedy for urinary incontinence that best suits your situation.
violent, sudden urge to urinate. Frequent urge to urinate at night. Well suited for irritable bladder or bladder weakness.
uncontrolled urination when laughing, sneezing or coughing or unnoticed when sleeping. Suitable for bladder weakness in old age, prolapse symptoms and chronic cystitis with burning pain.
Urinary incontinence, urinary retention or painful urination as part of a bladder or urinary tract infection, in men also dribbling due to an enlarged prostate.
Constant pressure on the bladder with weakened bladder muscles. Night-time wetting occurs.
Patients cannot hold their urine while straining and laughing. They also need to go to the toilet more frequently, both during the day and at night.
Extremely strong urge to urinate. Patients cannot hold back urine. They excrete large amounts of urine both during the day and at night.
Causes of urinary incontinence
There can be a variety of causes for urinary incontinence, such as: B.
- anatomical or functional disorder
- Bladder muscle instability
- Loss of mobility of patients due to illness
- bladder stones
- psychological stressful situations, stress
- Disorder of the nerves in the brain
- Enlargement of the prostate
- age-related loss of function of the bladder muscle
- neurological disease (such as Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s)
Symptoms of incontinence
There are four different forms:
- urge incontinence
- Stress incontinence (stress incontinence)
- reflex incontinence
- overflow incontinence
In urge incontinence, the loss of urine is accompanied by a strong urge to urinate. In contrast to urge incontinence, the loss of urine in stress incontinence occurs without a previous urge to urinate. This is where the urine is released during physical exertion. Another form is reflex incontinence, in which involuntary contractions of the bladder wall muscles result in leakage of urine. With overflow incontinence, residual urine remains in the bladder and is released uncontrollably.
Further tips and information on treatment
Therapy depends on the causes of the urinary incontinence. If, for example, urinary incontinence is an accompanying symptom of another disease, targeted treatment of this disease is always necessary.