Peeing and using the bathroom can seem like a very simple thing to do. It’s so natural that we don’t even think about it. But we can make mistakes that can affect our health. For example, the habit of Peeing “just in case” before leaving home can have negative consequences.
We have always been amazed to see how the simplest habits can turn into something much more complex. So here’s what you need to know about your bath routine!
You Pee “just In Case.”
Before you leave the house, it may be a good idea to go to the bathroom, even if you don’t really need it. It’s okay if you are going out for a long time and it can be difficult to find a bathroom.
It also makes sense if you are going to run for a long time. However, if you do this unnecessarily each time, you’ll start feeling the urge to pee more often, even when your bladder is not full.
You Push To Pee
Sometimes when you want to urinate faster or empty your bladder completely, you can push yourself too hard.
However, this is not healthy because it will weaken your pelvic floor muscles over time. This can make it difficult to hold pee or poop and support your organs.
You Sit On The Toilet Incorrectly
Do not move on the toilet seat, even in public bathrooms. If only your toes hit the ground, you should put something under your feet, such as a stool or a yoga block.
If your feet are off the floor, this can create tension and make it difficult to urinate or have a bowel movement.
Ideally, your knees should also be higher than your hips, and you should lean forward to bring your shoulders and knees closer.
You Limit Your Water To Pee Less Often
The amount of water you drink may not be the reason for peeing as often, and drinking less water can make bladder problems worse.
The real reasons can range from drinking coffee to anxiety and other health problems. If you want to go to the bathroom less often, you can also change the way you drink. Instead of drinking, try sipping.
You Pee In The Shower
Peeing in the shower can seem like a convenient and even eco-friendly thing to do. However, it can cause your brain to associate running water with the urge to pee.
And every time you hear water, that connection can make you want to pee.
Have you ever made any of these mistakes? Do you think there is something else we should know about bathroom habits?