A recent finding in the healthy elderly population is that 70% have nocturia, 40% twice a night or more.
Alternative Names for Nocturia?
Other names or references to Nocturia include:
What are the symptoms of Nocturia? What are the effects? The symptoms of Nocturia include the following:
- Getting up, often two times or more, during the night to urinate
What are the causes of Nocturia? Excess urine production at night can occur due to a number of conditions including diabetes, urinary tract infection, bladder infection, kidney failure, prostatic hyperplasia, taking certain medications, or sleep disorders.
- Caffeine or alcohol
- Diuretic medications
- Excessive fluids before bedtime
Nocturia Treatment / Remedies / Medication / Cures
What is used as a treatment, remedy, cure or medication for Nocturia? The following info is not a substitute for a medical assessment or diagnostic procedure, but serves as a useful guide to help focus future discussions. The Nocturia Treatment / Remedies / Medication may include the following:
- Treatment depends upon the diagnosis and underlying cause(s) but may include:
- Restriction of fluids in the evening
- Time release diuretics
- Afternoon naps
- Elevation of the legs
- Compression stockings
The sole purpose of the article on a sleep disorder such as Nocturia is to act as a reference guide to provide useful information regarding sleeping problems. It is not intended to be used to diagnose or treat Nocturia or as a substitute for obtaining professional medical advice. Please remember that if you are in any doubt about your health please consult your medical practitioner immediately.
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