Bladder Training (Timed Voiding)
A strategy for making the able to hold more for longer of time using timed voiding and .
About Bladder Training
Although function is generally influenced by the , voluntary also control it. This is why the bladder can, to some extent, be “trained.”
training can help some people who have an overactive or weak bladder to regain at least some control over their bladder. Ideally, they then no longer have to rush to the bathroom because of an increased urge to urinate, or no longer leak before getting there.
The can be trained to stretch more so that the bladder is able to hold more . Bladder training also includes various behavioral approaches and a particular drinking and voiding schedule (bathroom visit schedule)…