The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on Natural Blaze
Most people, over the age of 50, wake up during the night to urinate. This condition is known as nocturia. It can lead to irritability, sleep disruption, stress, and daytime tiredness. But a new study reveals that one easy diet change can reduce nighttime bathroom trips.
People who have this problem are often told to reduce the amount of water they drink before bedtime. But drinking plenty of water every day is important for good health. According to new research, there may be another, more effective strategy to reduce nighttime bathroom trips. These new findings were presented at the European Society of Urology congress in London.
Researchers at Nagasaki University in Japan gathered 688 volunteers at least 55 years of age who all had nocturia.
Then the subjects were divided into two groups. One group was the Hypertension group (H group)post was originally published on this site