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Tips for Handling Incontinence During the Winter

Tips for Handling Incontinence During the Winter

The groundhog has officially declared six more weeks of winter. Not many people love hearing this news, but the news is particularly unwelcome to those with bladder issues. A condition called cold diuresis is common for people with incontinence. Cold diuresis means that your blood vessels constrict, causing your blood pressure to rise. When your blood pressure rises, you'll need to empty your bladder more frequently.