Interviewer: You're getting older and you're noticing that you're peeing more during the day, during the night. Is this normal? That's coming up next on The Scope. Today, we're talking with Dr. Kirtly Parker Jones.
I'm Peeing More As I Age – Am I Normal?
I'm Peeing More As I Age – Am I Normal? | University of Utah Health
Since lockdown, sales of devices that help women and trans men pee standing up have gone through the roof. But would it be healthier for everyone to just sit down? N atasha Bright watched in horror as she saw her friends drinking beer after beer in the park. She had gone out to meet them as lockdown restrictions eased and maybe have a drink herself. But one thought plagued her: what if I need the toilet? It was the same when she went to walk her dog in the Peak District near her home in Sheffield. With the already dwindling numbers of public toilets closed, and pubs and cafes shuttered, the options were to hold it in or find a bush.
The Shewee revolution: how 2020 has changed urination
Millions of kids and teenagers from every part of the world wet the bed every single night. Maybe you do it. Most kids don't tell their friends, so it's easy to feel kind of alone, like you might be the only one on the whole planet who wets the bed. But you are not alone. The fancy name for bedwetting, or sleep wetting, is nocturnal nighttime enuresis say: en-yoo-REE-sus.
Female urination devices FUDs , also called pee funnels, mean that answering the call of nature does not require you to sacrifice your dignity. As she adjusted to a new stand-while-you-pee lifestyle, she found herself grabbing different models of pee funnel for different activities. While climbing, it was important to fit the female urination device around a restrictive harness and to have a sure seal regardless of shifting angles.