How many times you should pee or urinate everyday varies from one person to the other. A range of 2-8 times per day and 0-1 times per night is considered normal. More than 8 trips to the bathroom in a day is considered urinary frequency. If associated with a compelling sense of urgency or “got to go” feeling it may be overactive bladder (OAB).
A study from Weill Cornell Medicine in New York, New York, and colleagues reported in the Journal of Urology found using dried cranberry showed a reduction of the number of bathroom trips in patients who received the dried cranberry compared to those who received placebo (fake cranberry). Cranberry is a good option that may reduce your overactive symptoms. There are also foods to avoid and drinks you should avoid for overactive bladder that may make you pee more.
Foods to Avoid for Overactive Bladder (OAB):
Drinks to Avoid for Overactive Bladder (OAB):
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