Trust your subconscious.

The subconscious takes care of a lot. Blinking, digestion, erections, breathing, the menstrual cycle, saliva, and many other processes, it is better to leave that part of you that knows how to manage them: your subconscious mind.

Alert and conscious attention to difficult natural physical processes. When people think about sleep, consciously trying to fall asleep, it interferes with the development of sleep and may cause insomnia. Similarly, when such a natural function, like urinating interferes with consciousness, then the whole process breaks down.

Now, if you are going to go somewhere before you leave home, close your eyes and say to your subconscious: "Today, I am (consciousness) is not going to interfere with the processes that should control you." This may seem silly, but this self-hypnosis has helped many shy people who suffer from shy bladder.
Rehearse your success.

Your imagination is a powerful tool, use it.

When you actually use the toilet at home, imagine that you are in a public toilet and feel completely relaxed. This will help you prepare for the real situation.
You may have noticed that in some public toilets it's easier to relax than others; perhaps this is due to the fact that they are less busy. Make a list of easy toilets, medium difficulty and difficult.
Start with the fact that during the week, use so-called light toilets. Using easy toilet, imagine that you are in the toilet of an average difficulty. Clearly imagine it in your mind. Then go to the toilets of average difficulty. Using the toilet is of average difficulty, imagine that your use of difficult toilet.

Like any rehearsal, this will help prepare the brain to real life situations.
Remember the days before the shy bladder syndrome.

Events from the past, remembers not only the mind, the body also remembers them. So, if I remember some funny incident, I can feel that once you start to laugh. If I remember the time when I was in very good physical shape, I feel stronger.

Eyes closed, remember a time when you have not experienced problems with urination in a public toilet. Imagine yourself, you are relaxed and allow your body to make natural process . Due to this your mind and body will feel as well as then. Do this exercise regularly, and then you'll start to feel comfortable using public toilets.
Ask someone close to help you.

Tell us about your problem to a close friend or family member and ask that he be near you when you use the toilet.

Yes, indeed, this will allow you to relieve stress. Why? Because they will know about it. Embarrassment and shame arise when you hide it. If your best friend knows about your problem, his presence will confuse you much less.

If you are a guy, practice standing with your friend at the next urinal. If it turns out to be funny, the better, because laughter displaces anxiety. Women can practise urine or just to sit in a cubicle about a friend that you trust.

Any fear can be overcome, important attitude and desire to get rid causes of fear. Syndrome shy bladder is a temporary condition. These guidelines will effectively help you in solving the problem of paruresis.