Why do you want to pee all the time

Why do you want to pee all the time

Peeing or urination is a natural process. It is a must to remove the toxins from your body. It helps to maintain a healthy way of living. However, many people complain that they always have to pee. When someone uses the term always it simply means pretty frequently. This can often make a person feel embarrassed in a social gathering. However, it is important to understand the causes for the same so that you don’t feel embarrassed. Let’s find out about the causes. (Also read: What are the various habits that are making you age faster)

Drinking too much water
People often talk about the health benefits of drinking a lot of water. However, it is important to remember that excess of anything is bad for the health. So, when you drink more than needed amount of water it causes frequent urination.

Diabetes
One of the major signs of diabetes is that you feel constantly thirsty. So, certainly, you have to pee a lot. In an indirect way, the peeing can point towards diabetes and let you know about it. (Also read: Foods that you think are unhealthy but are actually good for you)

Small bladder
People often blame their bladder for the frequent urination. This is a real condition. However, the bladder’s structure can be stretched if you train your bladder to hold on for a healthy time period.

Drinking too little
This might come in as a surprise, but if you drink too little water then it might lead to frequent urination. It happens because the urine becomes more concentrated and it leads to frequent urination.

Infection or kidney stones
In case of a urinary tract infection and the kidney stone can cause irritation in the bladder. These problems lead to frequent urination.

Habits
Some people have a habit of relieving themselves whenever possible. It is simply rooted in the fact that you feel relieved once you are done with peeing. So, some people have a habit of peeing frequently. (Also read: What are the everyday habits that are killing your metabolism)

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