Morning urination patterns
#1
Am I the only one who wakes up with a huge urge to urinate in the morning? While in bed, waiting to wake up, I hold a large amount of urine in my bladder and I think that is triggering stress hormones. 

Does anyone have experience about how to correct his mechanism?
#2
(12-05-2016, 03:31 AM)tastyfood Wrote: Am I the only one who wakes up with a huge urge to urinate in the morning? While in bed, waiting to wake up, I hold a large amount of urine in my bladder and I think that is triggering stress hormones. 

Does anyone have experience about how to correct his mechanism?

I think the urge to pass urine and digesta are closely related in a process of cross-talk. 
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23409689

I find that going to bed with completely empty gut lets me wake up in the morning without any discomfort.
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#3
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#6
(12-05-2016, 03:31 AM)tastyfood Wrote: Am I the only one who wakes up with a huge urge to urinate in the morning? While in bed, waiting to wake up, I hold a large amount of urine in my bladder and I think that is triggering stress hormones. 

Does anyone have experience about how to correct his mechanism?

I have the exact same issue. I go to bed with no urge to urinate. Around 3 am, I wake up with a moderate urge, but can usually fall back asleep. By 7 am, I'm wide awake with a full bladder. I have low cortisol, thyroid issues, and problems with sodium retention. I'm thinking that my body is stressed due to a combination of electrolyte issues as well as fluctuations in insulin, blood, sugar, and cortiosl and that the increased urine production is a protective mechanism of some sort. Interesting to find someone else with the same problem...
#7
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