Polyuria is a medical condition in which a person has a high amount of urine that would be abnormal, a condition that affects at night, thus preventing the person from having adequate rest, it is known as frequent urination or frequency and it is also called diuresis.

Its symptoms include fever, vomiting, chills, sudden increase in thirst, dehydration, fatigue and exhaustion, blood in the urine, discharge from the penis in men and from the vagina in women, bad odor along with itching and back pain.

The causes are varied but having it is a way of detecting Diabetes, as well as certain medications that can increase fluid in the bladder such as diuretics, advanced health problems of certain deficiencies such as psychogenic polydipsia, the consumption of a poor diet and foods that increase water intake, caffeinated beverages such as soft drinks, chocolate, coffee, and tea, highly spicy foods, alcoholic beverages, and more.

The urinary system altered by different abnormal causes such as cystitis, nephritis, urinary tract infections, kidney-related diseases such as kidney failure. Hormonal problems are also the cause of this disease, such as Cushing’s syndrome, hyperthyroidism, Conn’s disease, Diabetes Mellitus itself, pregnancy, among others.

Poor circulation increases the risk of suffering from it, such as heart failure, frequent tachycardias and advanced age. Neurological damage complicates and aggravates it, such as migraines and headaches, cerebral salt loss syndrome, lupus erythematosus as a disease, reactive arthritis, Sjogre’s syndrome and chronic fatigue, among a wide variety of ailments.

Treatments vary depending on the condition that the patient suffers from, which sometimes range from the simplest such as simple antibiotics to high-risk surgery to correct it, as well as less invasive treatments such as retraining the bladder with exercises. of Kegel, to give more strength to the pelvis.