The connection between bladder control & dementia

In a recent publication, Medical News Today tackled the topic of incontinence and cognitive decline. “Dementia is an impaired ability to remember, think, or make decisions. The condition can interfere with a person’s everyday activities” they write.  “People with dementia may have trouble using the bathroom for various reasons, including changes in behavior, language and communication difficulties, and an inability to recognize the need to go. In many cases, it can be hard to identify one sole cause.

Read on to learn about the relationship between dementia and bladder control, the main issues relating to this condition, their causes, and treatment options.”

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