Fortuitously, we all have extensive control over our bladders, and we can hold pee for a longer-term than the required time when we are in traffic or busy somewhere or differently-abled, but we all might be oblivious of how our body takes it.
In a show, Michael Peter Aranda illustrates that once you believe that you are too occupied to pee right now, then the bladder holds it tight and prevents urine from leaking through the urethra. If this turns out to be a habit, then you are inviting infectious bacteria in your body.
Holding in large amounts of urine for an elongated period also exhibits your body to potentially harmful bacteria, which can increase your chances of getting a urinary tract infection (UTI) or bladder infection. Possible side effects of holding pee:
• Kidney Stones
• Damage to pelvic floor muscles
This all sounds more critical but not life-threatening, right? Then here is a twist, once you start holding pee due to whatsoever reason, the bladder begins stretching, which in a longer period makes it difficult for the bladder to contract and pee that is inevitable.
So, stop the urge of stopping pee due to traffics, different challenges, trekking, hospital, or any other reason. Pee safely in a healthy manner with REST IN PEE.