How to Make Yourself Pee Faster

By Megan Allyce Snider

There are many ways to make yourself urinate quickly. From medical reasons, like high blood pressure to the need to alleviate menstrual bloating, the need to urinate quickly can be the solution to a problem for many people. The kidneys and bladder play an important role in urination, so finding aides that stimulate them is an important step in the process. Aides will help you urinate quickly, rather than waiting until it happens naturally.

Glasses of fruit and vegetable juice

There are many ways to make yourself urinate quickly. From medical reasons, like high blood pressure to the need to alleviate menstrual bloating, the need to urinate quickly can be the solution to a problem for many people. The kidneys and bladder play an important role in urination, so finding aides that stimulate them is an important step in the process. Aides will help you urinate quickly, rather than waiting until it happens naturally.

Women drinking coffee

Drink a lot of caffeine throughout the day. It can be found in tea, soft drinks and energy drinks. Caffeine is a strong diuretic. It produces more blood flow in the kidneys, stimulating them and causing the liquid waste to move into the bladder.

Woman holding bottle of water

Drink a lot of water throughout the day. It is good for you and it is a cause of quick urination. Water is filtered through the kidney and into the bladder where it is released in the form of urine.

Woman with alcoholic beverage

Consume alcohol, if it is safe to do so. Alcohol is a diuretic; it produces a hormone called vasopressin which reabsorbs water back into the kidneys and prevents it from emptying into the bladder. You will have a strong urge to urinate quickly, when the urine is released to the bladder.

Woman taking pill

Buy an over-the-counter diuretic or water pills. They are inexpensive and easy to get from your local store. Diuretics aid greatly in the elimination of sodium and water in urine from the body.

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