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Treating Shy Bladder Syndrome

Treating Shy Bladder Syndrome

When it comes to shy bladder syndrome, most people who are afflicted by this condition want to know if there is a cure. This is a perfectly natural question to ask and the answer is basically “yes” but, as this is mainly a pscyhological condition, it will depend on each person as far as how [...] Read more

How To Help Relieve A Shy Bladder

Shy bladder is often considered to be a condition brought on by the mindset of the person suffering from it. It comes as no surprise that a shy bladder is characterized by the act where the individual can only pass urine when completely alone. This social phobia is also referred to as paruresis or more [...] Read more

How To Get Over Paruresis

Paruresis, or more commonly known as shy bladder syndrome, affects over 17 million American males which is roughly seven percent of the population in the United States. This means that many men are experiencing either psychological or physiological issues associated with this affliction. Essentially, Paruresis is a fear, or phobia, of urinating in Read more

Healthy Living And Shy Bladder

Shy bladder, also known as paruresis is the medical term used to describe the inability to go for a wee in a public place. It is thought that this condition or fear of urinating in public is more common in men than women but it is generally male sufferers who fail to seek out help [...] Read more

Defeating Shy Bladder Syndrome

Shy bladder syndrome is a psychlogical condition, or phobia, that makes it difficult or even impossible to urinate in a public restroom if there are other people (the public) in the same room. It’s considered a “minor affliction” but because it is usually associated with embarrassment, it’s a phobia most folks would prefer Read more