7 Ayurvedic Home Remedies to Control Urinary Incontinence


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In this blog, you will Discover 7 powerful Ayurvedic Home Remedies for Incontinence.

Incontinence, or the inability to control bladder or bowel movements, can be an embarrassing and challenging condition to deal with.

It can significantly impact an individual's quality of life and daily activities. While several medical treatments which only provides momentary relief, many people prefer to use natural remedies, such as Ayurvedic remedies, to manage their symptoms and get relief from the root cause.

Ayurveda is an ancient Indian system of medicine that uses natural herbs and remedies to heal the body.

In Ayurveda, incontinence is often associated with an imbalance in the Vata dosha, which controls the nervous system, movement, and elimination in the body. Therefore, Ayurvedic home remedies for incontinence aim to balance the Vata dosha to improve bladder control and reduce incontinence symptoms. Here are some Ayurvedic home remedies for incontinence:


Triphala combines three fruits- Amla, Haritaki, and Bibhitaki- with powerful healing properties. It helps to regulate bowel movements and improve digestion. You can take Triphala powder mixed with warm water before bedtime to help reduce symptoms of incontinence.


Ashwagandha is an adaptogenic herb that helps to reduce stress and anxiety. It also has a strengthening effect on the nervous system, which can improve bladder control. You can take Ashwagandha powder mixed with warm milk before bedtime to reduce symptoms of incontinence.


Gokshura is an Ayurvedic herb with diuretic properties that helps improve bladder function. It also has anti-inflammatory properties that can reduce inflammation in the urinary tract. You can take Gokshura powder mixed with warm water twice a day to help reduce symptoms of incontinence.

Sesame oil:

Sesame seeds are rich in minerals and active ingredients that help regulate bladder function. You can use Sesame warm oil that can help to strengthen the pelvic muscles and improve bladder control.

You can massage your lower abdomen with warm sesame oil before bedtime to improve bladder function. Or you can even use sesame seeds for frequent urination, mix them with jaggery and consume this mixture twice or thrice daily.


Amla effectively clears the bladder and tones bladder muscles to improve control over involuntary urination. For optimal results, grind a few amlas, extract the juice, mix it with honey, and consume the juice with a ripe banana twice or thrice daily.

Tulsi: Bladder infections, in some cases, can cause frequent urination. Tulsi is highly effective in curbing bladder infections and regulating urinary functions. Crush 2-3 fresh tulsi leaves in the morning and consume them with a spoonful of honey.


Cumin helps regulate bladder functions and prevents UTIs. Make cumin tea by boiling 1 teaspoon of cumin in 2 cups of clean water until the water reduces to half. Let it cool, mash the seeds with a spoon, and strain. You can add a little honey and drink this tea twice a day instead of regular tea.

Lifestyle Changes

Along with dietary changes, Ayurveda also recommends specific lifestyle changes to help manage incontinence. Some of the lifestyle changes that can help in managing incontinence include:

  • Practicing Kegel exercises help strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, which can help control the bladder.
  • Being overweight can put pressure on the bladder, worsening incontinence. Maintaining an ideal weight according to your BMI is a healthy choice for overall health. If you want to cut down your weights naturally, you can consult Ayushakti expert.
  • Yoga can be an effective way to strengthen the pelvic muscles and improve bladder control and helps to reduce stress and anxiety, which can worsen incontinence. Yoga Specific yoga poses, such as the pelvic tilt and the bridge pose, can help strengthen the pelvic muscles.



Ayurvedic remedies can be a safe and effective way to manage symptoms of incontinence.

However, it is important to consult with a qualified Ayurvedic practitioner before starting any Ayurvedic treatment to ensure that it is safe and appropriate for your needs.

Additionally, it is important to note that while Ayurvedic remedies may be helpful in reducing symptoms, but you should consult an Ayurvedic expert before trying out yourself if you’re going through other serious health issues or the symptoms of incontinence are out of control get complete and effective treatment for incontinence at Ayushakti Ayurved.

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Author of the Blog: DR. SONAL

Expert Review By: Dr Smita Pankaj Naram

Co-Founder, Ayushakti Ayurved Pvt Ltd