A recent update in International Continence Society (ICS) terminology now recognizes nocturnal polyuria (NP) and diurnal polyuria (DP) as related subcategories of "Polyuria (global symptom)".
Aims: Nocturia (getting up at night to urinate, where each urination being followed by sleep or intention to sleep) is a bothersome symptom with potentially negative consequences for individual health and daytime functioning.
Nocturia has been reported as a risk factor for mortality; however, evidence is limited and has a high risk of bias. We evaluated the association between nocturia and mortality using longitudinal data from the general Japanese population.
The objective of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of mirabegron 25 mg daily in patients with nocturia-predominant hypersensitive bladder (HSB).
This study prospectively investigated 219 consecutive patients with nocturia-predominant HSB and treated with mirabegron 25 mg daily from July 2015 to 2016.
We determined the prevalence, severity, and correlates of nocturia in a large clinical cohort of patients.
Patients presenting with lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) completed 3-day bladder diaries.
The questionnaire International Prostate Symptom Score (IPSS) is well known and used in clinical practice as diagnostic tool and allows for obtaining a total score regarding the severity of the urinary symptoms.
Nocturia is among the most common and bothersome lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS), but there is no clear consensus on how to identify and manage this symptom in the neurological population.
To systematically review the literature about nocturia in neurological patients.
The role of organized sleep in overall health and quality-of-life (QoL) is critical. Nocturia necessarily disrupts the normal sleep cycle and negatively impacts one's health, work productivity, and QoL.
Aim: This narrative review investigates the effect of dietary intake on nocturnal voiding severity. The primary aims of this review are to provide a framework for future research and ultimately contribute to more comprehensive, lifestyle-centered guidelines for the management of nocturia.
Nocturia is a highly prevalent and bothersome medical condition characterised mainly by the need to wake up to pass urine during the main sleep period. Using data from wearable devices, it is possible to examine the sleep of large cohorts in natural settings.