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How does overactive bladder lead to sleep disruption?

Donna Hill Howes, RN
Family Medicine
If you suffer from overactive bladder, it is very likely that you have to urinate a few times during the night. Getting up more than once to use the bathroom can disrupt your sleep. Try to stop drinking fluids hours before you get into bed and cut back on eating late at night.

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