Vitamin D deficiency is difficult to detect because its symptoms are subtle and unspecific. The consequences however are severe: depression, bones and joints pain, muscle fatigue, a weakened immune system. And also urinary incontinence.
Science has already associated the reduction of involuntary urine losses with normal doses of this nutrient. At stake is the fact that its receptors are present in the destrusor, a wall muscle present in the bladder. The detrusor response improves the more normal the doses of this vitamin are.