Does Facebook Hurt or Help Your Paruresis?

All the hours you spend on Facebook can have an effect on your paruresis, but if that effect is positive or negative depends on whom you ask. Read on to learn more!

How Relaxation Can Make Your Shy Bladder Worse

“Chill out” and “relax” may not be the greatest advice for everyone who suffers from paruresis. In fact, relaxation for certain individuals can make anxiety even more severe. Find out how and why.

Dos, Don’ts and a Maybe for Soothing Sleep to Help Alleviate Paruresis

Ah, to sleep perchance to help alleviate paruresis. But a good night’s sleep may not always be so easy to come by. Check out these helpful tips for getting a solid night’s sleep to enhance your quality of life.

Give Paruresis Stress the Heave-Ho with Updated Exercise Tips

Paruresis stress can get the boot with regular physical activity, but not everyone is up-to-date on their exercise methods. Check out some updated tips for keeping your exercise routine fresh, fun and do-able for this modern day and age.

Expert Input for Resolutions that Can Improve Your Paruresis and Your Entire Life

Still searching for a resolution or two? Try one of these life changing tips from experts that can enhance your overall quality of life and decrease your paruresis symptoms and anxiety. Give it a go!

Stress Linked to Paruresis but Not to Ulcers and 4 Other Myths

Your shy bladder and stress share a common bond, although stress also gets unwittingly blamed for a host of other conditions with which it has no link. Think grey hair, twitching eyelids and ulcers. Read on for five stress myths debunked.

Why Your Shy Bladder Acts up During the Holiday Season

Holidays are “supposed” to be a time of constant bliss and happiness, but those same expectations can make a prime situation for your shy bladder to act up. Read more to find out why.

How to Make This the Year You’ll Overcome Paruresis

Overcoming your paruresis is a noble new year’s resolution, but it may also be the same resolution you set up year after year – and fail. Check out some tips on how to succeed this time around.