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Has Lack Of Bladder Control
Altered Your Lifestyle?

Bladder control problems are frustrating, embarrassing and alter lifestyles, changing the way many people live their life. Learn about the different types of urinary incontinence and how to control your weak and leaky bladder.

Tired of a leaky bladder? Find out what you can do to fix it naturally.

Not all bladder control problems are alike. Some problems are caused by weak muscles, as in stress incontinence, while others are caused by damaged nerves.

To help solve the problem of finding out which type of urinary incontinence you may have a list is provided below with descriptions of the different types of urinary incontinence.

Types of Urinary Incontinence

Stress Incontinence

Leaking urine when you cough, laugh, sneeze, or exercise, you have stress incontinence. These actions put pressure on the bladder and that sudden pressure can push urine out of the bladder.

An overweight person can also experience stress incontinence. The excessive weight puts pressure on the bladder causing it to leak urine making you pee. This can happen even if you have a fairly strong pelvic floor.

Urge Incontinence

Urine leakage after a strong, sudden urge to urinate, this may be caused by nerve damage from diabetes, a stroke, an infection, or another medical condition.

Mixed Incontinence

Combination of stress and urge incontinence. Some times you leak when coughing or other strenuous activity and other times you leak after a sudden urge to pee.

Overflow Incontinence

Inability to empty your bladder may cause you to have leakage once the bladder is already full. This is more common in men with symptoms of frequent dribbling of urine.

Temporary Incontinence

An illness, like a urinary tract infection, that causes frequent and sudden urination that you can't control. Or maybe you are on a new medicine that has increased your urination.

Functional Incontinence

Urine leakage due to lack of mobility problems. Wheelchair bound, can’t walk or other mobility conditions.

Overactive Bladder

Urinating eight or more times per day or getting up to urinate frequently throughout the night; two or more times a night. Overactive bladder, gives you a strong feeling and sudden urge to urinate, along with having an overactive bladder you may also have urge incontinence.

Stress Incontinence - The Most Common
Type Of Bladder Control Problems

Stress Incontinence is the most common bladder control problem and may be corrected with the proper exercises.

This bladder control problems is caused by weak pelvic floor muscles also called the pubococcygeus muscles (PC muscles). As with any muscle, if not exercised they become weak and begin to sag.

Weak pelvic muscles can not support the bladder and this causes sagging which stretches the opening to the urethra making it susceptible to leaking.

Strengthening the pelvic muscles can relieve the symptoms of stress incontinence. And this can be done by building a strong core. Our core muscles support the lower internal organs including the bladder.

Stop Your Leaky Bladder!
Build Strong Pelvic Floor Muscles

If you are tired of dealing with bladder control problems of stress incontinence and don’t want to get any type of surgery such as the mesh or take any pharmaceuticals, you can incorporate core strengthening exercises to help build a strong pelvic floor and stop your leaky bladder.

Core strengthening exercises are my favorite for building strong pelvic floor muscles to control my leaky bladder, simply because they work very well.

There are other incontinence exercises you can do that will help too, in fact, I add several pelvic floor exercises to my core strengthening bladder control exercise routine and they work amazingly.

Fixing Stress Incontinence Naturally

I had horrible stress incontinence to where even just a sudden movement such as turning to quickly, lifting objects, a giggle, fast walking, a sneeze, a cough, blowing my nose would make me pee, and forget about laughing hard, jumping or running that was completely out of the question.

My doctor suggested several different types of surgeries including the mesh, but I opted out and searched for natural remedies and exercising is it..!!

Not to mention, all the health benefits of strong pelvic floor muscles and core strength, as they support a healthy and vital life including anti aging.

Keeping our muscles strong is part of the anti aging process that helps keep us young and vital.

Start incorporating bladder control exercises into you daily routine and you will be surprised at how quickly you will be able to live life to its fullest once again, without peeing on yourself.

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