A frequent need to get up and go to the bathroom to urinate at night is called nocturia. Nocturia is a common cause of sleep loss, especially among older adults. Most people without nocturia can sleep for 6 to 8 hours without having to urinate. Some researchers believe that one event per night is within normal limits; two or more events per night may be associated with daytime tiredness.
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This Is How Often You Should Pee Every Day
Frequency refers to the number of times you go to the toilet to pass urine in a day. If you need to go to the toilet very often, more than seven times a day on drinking approximately 2 litres of fluid, you may have a frequency problem. This can be caused by an overactive bladder. This means that you feel the need to go to the toilet more often.
Or maybe it was the fourth time during the flight you turned to the increasingly annoyed woman in the aisle row and asked her to put down her paperback, get up, and let you through. At some point, you may have wondered: When does peeing often become become not just an annoyance but a sign of a medical problem? Answers can be surprisingly difficult to come by. Some of the top experts in the field of incontinence—that is, lack of voluntary control over urination or defecation—struggle to define what's known as overactive bladder OAB. This definition, however, has no exactness about how many bathroom breaks is too many.