Be in Control of your Bladder
Bladder control problems, also known as urinary incontinence are more likely to be experienced by women. While it is common, it is should not be perceived as normal. Among the treatment options available, there are a few that you can manage independently. These include maintaining a healthy weight and diet, and living an active lifestyle.
Pelvic physical therapy can also be helpful to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. Therapy includes pelvic floor contractions for urge control as well as stretching and strengthening exercises to help decrease pain.
For more information on the article, read here. “Bladder control problems: Five ways women can manage”
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