Olivia has have been silently struggling with overactive bladder and bedwetting for her entire life. Only recently did she come out to the world and share her very isolating journey through YouTube videos. From there it’s been a liberating experience and brought so much good to herself and those watching.
Olivia’s goal is to bring more attention to the issue of adult bedwetting and overactive bladder and hope that it won’t be such a taboo and sensitive topic socially, and even to your own doctor.
When she’s not working, she enjoys spending time with her huskies, especially during the colder months; they are alike in that winter is their favorite season. She is most at peace when she is with them.
She believes that you’re not given anything more than what you can handle, and every experience is building you up to handle something even bigger. And with OAB and adult bedwetting being one of her biggest challenges, she decided to turn it into something she can change the world with and build people up, instead of hiding in shame. And it’s been very rewarding.
She lives in Ottawa, Ontario and you can find her quirky stories and life on Instagram @oliviarobbinrose and YouTube and Facebook at Olivia Robbin.
Interested in trying natural remedies for your OAB symptoms? Here are four natural remedies for overactive bladder worth looking into.
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Exercises for overactive bladder are not always easy to start doing. You can begin with walking, Kegels exercises, and squats.
If bladder training, adjusting fluid intake, and creating a bathroom schedule aren’t bringing relief, it may be time to try overactive bladder medications.
Overactive bladder treatment may begin with making lifestyle changes or adjustments, using prescription medicines or surgical procedures.
If your bladder seems to have a mind of its own, take a close look at overactive bladder symptoms to determine if the condition might be to blame.
Constipation is uncomfortable, and with OAB, constipation can irritate the bladder if left untreated. Learn more about constipation and overactive bladder.
There are a few ways to relieve dry mouth and keep your OAB at bay without consuming extra water with some simple lifestyle changes.
If you are having symptoms of overactive bladder (OAB), then you need to be proactive and document your findings in a bladder diary.
Olivia shares what living with overactive bladder is like, and some of her favorite tips and tricks on how to live everyday life easier with OAB.