What the study found
Men who consumed more than 392 mg of caffeine daily were more than twice as likely to be incontinent.
Total water intake, in contrast, was not linked to a man’s risk of moderate to severe incontinence.
It’s not just a matter of how much fluid a person takes in. Dr Markland said that some research in women suggests caffeine irritates the bladder, and she believes that may also underlie the association in men.
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