Why Can We Hold Our Pee Until We See A Toilet?

8 August 2017, 17:37


This caller was interested to know the science behind bladder control...


Why can we hold our pee until we see a toilet?

Warren, Northwood


Bladder control is a cognitive behaviour linked to the autonomic nervous system, and is what prevents us from weeing until we see a toilet. When the bladder fills up, it sends a message to the brain to signal that it needs emptying. If necessary, the brain is able to override this message, delaying our urine untill a more appropriate time.

Paul, Sheffield

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