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Coping skills are thoughts or behaviors that reduce or eliminate something undesirable. These skills will help when it comes to coping with OAB.
Hypnotherapy for overactive bladder is a noninvasive treatment option to consider with little to no side effects, and effects may be felt right away.
OAB can be incredibly stressful. Overactive bladder support in all its forms can help you feel more positive and even help keep your symptoms under control.
Unfortunately, OAB often travels in an intertwined relationship with anxiety. Learn how the two interact and how to manage your anxiety and OAB.
Studies are showing that engaging in relaxation therapy can improve overactive bladder symptoms. When relaxed, you experience fewer spasms of the bladder.