Dr. Chandrashekar Bhat Bhat is a distinguished Homeopathy Specialist in Bangalore who has an experience of 9 years in treating his patients. He completed MD (Homeopathy) from Shaikh Medical College, Belgoan in 2008.
Dr. Chandrashekar Bhat is known for providing quality services which include Anti-Ageing treatment, Chin Reduction treatment, Weight Management treatment, Acne treatment, Allergy treatment, Asthma Management Program, Dengue treatment, treatment of Gastrointestinal Disorders, Hair Restoration Techniques, Head and Neck Pain treatment, Hyperthyroid treatment, Hypothyroid treatment, treatment of Migraine, Vaccinations, Nosebleed (Epistaxis) treatment, treatment of Thyroid Diseases in Children, Viral Fever treatment, Measles treatment, Chickenpox treatment, Acidity treatment, Actinomycosis treatment, Acute Pancreatitis treatment, Adenomyosis treatment, Allergy Tests, Pimples treatment, Alopecia Areata treatment, Arterial Thrombosis treatment, Atopic Dermatitis treatment, Baldness treatment, Brow Lift Procedure, treatment of Articular Degenerative Disease and Breast Examination.
Dr. Chandrashekar Bhat Bhat is available at Dr. Bhat?s Homeopathy, Kanakpura Road, near Banashankari Temple in Bangalore. Visiting Hours: Monday-Saturday, 09:30 AM - 01:00 PM and 04:00 PM - 08:00 PM.
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A large number of women visit the doctor for common ailments like involuntary urination or incontinence, which occurs due to weakening of the sphincter muscles around the urethra. An overactive bladder is an embarrassing as well as an annoying condition and it comes in forms like urinary urgency, urge incontinence, nocturia and frequency. Yes, there are solutions to this problem and the main solution that can be adapted is a change in lifestyle.
Imperative tips to follow to treat an overactive bladder
- It is very important that the diet pattern be changed and food items as well as drinks that worsen the condition be avoided.
- It is best to avoid spicy food, especially those that contain hot peppers. Citrus fruits like grapefruit, orange and tangerine must be avoided; tomato products and tomato paste must be avoided.
- It is also best to avoid alcoholic beverages and even drinks that contain caffeine.
- It is important to maintain a healthy diet. To improve bladder problems, it is obligatory that food products that contain more fiber are included in the diet.
- These fibrous food items could include whole wheat bread, fresh fruits, cereals and beans. To maintain bowel regularity, it is very important that women follow a regular exercise program.
Women must take charge of their treatment and it is most important that before taking any medication, they must make behavioral modifications. It is important to record the input of the fluid consumed as well as to keep a check on the number of times they urinate. Women must not only maintain a healthy weight, but also quit smoking. Smoking cigarettes can irritate the muscles of the bladder and excess coughing can lead to leakage of urine. Non-irritating fluids that can improve the bladder condition can be taken 3-4 times in a day; so it is best to avoid beverages that are acidic or caffeinated. The techniques that would help you to control an overactive bladder can be learnt under the guidance of a doctor to decrease the urge to urinate.
Consult your doctor for medications to treat an overactive bladder. Some doctors even prescribe certain medications to treat an overactive bladder and these include anticholinergics. These drugs help to control the muscle spasms, which mainly lead to an overactive bladder. The most common anticholinergics recommended by doctors are solifenacin, oxybutynin, fesoterodine, propantheline and dicyclomine. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Urologist.