Does Stress Increase Problems with Urinary Incontinence?
National Institutes of Health, Reviews in Urology, reports that substantial numbers of men are impacted by incontinence. Despite the prevalence of urinary incontinence among men, having such a diagnosis can lead to feelings of shame, depression, anxiety, isolation and stress. Ironically, the stress of managing bladder incontinence can increase problems.
Stress is Correlated with Increased Problems with Urinary Incontinence