Nocturia Treatment – Denton, TX

Addressing Sleep Interruption Caused by Frequent Urination

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Despite many people being unfamiliar with the tern nocturia, an estimated 50 million people are affected by the disorder in the United States, with only 10 million being diagnosed with it and 1.5 million receiving specific therapy for their condition. Nocturia is when nighttime urination prevents you from getting the rest you need. Our team at Star Sleep & Wellness in Denton can help you tackle your disorder with medications or lifestyle changes to eliminate disruption of your sleep and keep you more actively engaged throughout the day. Call us to schedule an evaluation today to see if you need nocturia treatment in Denton.

What Is Nocturia?

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Nocturia is a common disorder that causes frequent urination throughout the night, interrupting sleep. Two of the most prominent reasons associated with this condition include age and liquid consumption, but it can also develop as a result of other causes, leading to problematic symptoms. Without proper and timely treatment, nocturia can have a severe impact on overall health and quality of life.

Symptoms of Nocturia

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It’s important to note that just because you wake up throughout the night to urinate doesn’t mean you have nocturia. However, if you’re urinating several times each night and concerned about it, call our office immediately. Some other symptoms associated with this disorder to look out for include:

  • Chronic fatigue the following day
  • Greater volume of urination (known as polyuria)
  • Irritability due to lack of sleep

Several of the same signs that occur with sleep apnea will also develop over time due to a lack of rest as well, like moodiness, forgetfulness, frequent headaches, and more.

What Can Cause Nocturia?

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Some causes of nocturia, like influx of liquid consumption before bed can be easily addressed. However, if this is not the cause of your frequent urination, you may think about whether any of the following might be causing your symptoms:

  • Starting a new medication, like a diuretic
  • Urinary tract infections
  • Bladder inflammation or spasms
  • Bladder obstruction
  • Obstructive sleep apnea

Some other concerns or underlying causes related to this condition include:

  • Diabetes
  • Overactive bladder
  • Heart disease
  • Restless leg syndrome
  • Edema
  • High blood pressure

Not Sure What’s Causing Nocturia? Our Team Is Here for You

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At Star Sleep & Wellness in Denton, our team understands how difficult it can be attempting to identify what’s happening within your body and affecting your quality of rest. We want to make the process as easy and stress-free as possible so you can regain your life. That’s why we offer timely treatment that’s customized to fit your needs and works for you.

Treating nocturia may require lab testing and thorough conversations with our sleep specialists but rest assured that we’ll go above and beyond to make sure that you find relief from your sleep disorder and get back to feeling better than ever.

Diagnosing & Treating Nocturia

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During your scheduled consultation, one of our sleep experts will review your health and medical history with you as well as any medications you’re taking to make sure that isn’t the cause of your nocturia. We’ll also ask about your fluid intake before bed and whether you take any naps throughout the day.

Together, our collaborative team will come up with a treatment plan for you based on what you tell us and may recommend lifestyle changes or medication to help minimize your symptoms and improve your quality of rest.