Frequent urination risk is higher in men with larger waist circumference. The researchers found that men with waist measuring over than 100cm were three times more likely to report urinary problems, compared to men with a waist circumference of 90cm or less.
Larger waist circumference was also associated with higher blood pressure, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and sexual dysfunction.
Coauthor Dr. Steven A. Kaplan said, “The global epidemic of obesity and diabetes had led to a striking increase in the number of people with metabolic syndrome, which includes central obesity, glucose intolerance, and high cholesterol and blood pressure levels. Together, these have been traditionally associated with an increased risk of heart disease and sexual problems. However, emerging data now suggest that metabolic syndrome may have a hereto unrecognized effect on how often men urinate. Our study sought to examine the relationship between men’s waist measurements and how often they urinate.”
The study included 409 men with moderate to severe lower urinary tract symptoms. The researchers found that larger waist circumference was associated with frequent urination, nighttime urination, erectile dysfunction, as well as higher rates of high blood pressure and diabetes.
Dr. Kaplan concluded, “Our study shows that men with larger waist circumferences urinate more over a 24-hour period and at night, than men with smaller waists, and confirms higher levels of problems traditionally associated with metabolic syndrome. Waist measurement may therefore represent an easy diagnostic tool when it comes to the likelihood of male urinary problems.”
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