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Internist Dr. Keri Peterson says that’s because, overnight, our kidneys filter less urine. Plus, at night our body releases more vasopressin – a hormone that makes us hold onto excess fluid. So, by morning, your bladder’s full and you’ve gotta go. Then, if you immediately drink coffee or tea, it has a diuretic effect, sending you to the bathroom again.