Do You Have “Shy Bladder” or “Shy Bowel” Syndrome?
While it’s not very common — it’s not UN common: some people (from small children to seniors) have a very difficult time urinating or pooping when there are others around, i.e. in a public restroom or away from home.
For urinary (peeing) challenges it’s called “Paruresis.”
For bowel movements it’s called “Parcopresis.”
A shy bladder or bowel can change your quality of life.
It can cause problems with medical testing or procedures because it’s very difficult to obtain a urine specimen. There may also be work issues if a urine test is needed for drug testing.
For both shy bladders and shy bowels, traveling on plane rides or using a restroom in a busy place like an airport can be a very difficult situation, as can everyday social situations.
Fear of peeing and pooping can affect individuals of all ages, from pre-schoolers through senior citizens. It may affect your social life and even health as some with these conditions limit essential food and drink to e to limit the number of times they need to visit the bathroom when away from home.
These are actual conditions, not a “fallacy” or something “made-up.”
If you or a loved one, child or grandchild are struggling with this, or avoiding going anywhere because of this, there’s lots of information to help!
Here’s a couple of links to get you started:
For Bowel Movement Challenges: CLICK HERE
Stop Stalling: How To Overcome Shy Bowel Syndrome
For Urinary Challenges: please CLICK HERE for more information and treatment in order to more easily urinate away from home.
As always, the tea does a WONDERFUL job of keeping digestive and elimination issues manageable!
When traveling, it’s the CAPSULES that make it a breeze to keep up with the changes in the environment and if you haven’t tried them, please do!