Yarlap: The Weak Bladder Cure

A weak bladder cure is an important topic for many American women. Between 20 and 40 million women in the U.S. experience bladder leaks each year. Between 9 and 13 million American women have severe symptoms. While urinary incontinence is not life threatening, it can become an burden on your everyday life. There are solutions for this problem but for now let's find out what causes bladder leakage issues and how they begin.

Symptoms of a Weak Bladder

Left: Strong pelvic floor muscles and organs laying on itRight: Weak pelvic floor muscles and stacked organs | © BCR 2016 |

Left: Strong pelvic floor muscles and organs laying on itRight: Weak pelvic floor muscles and stacked organs | © BCR 2016 |

The muscles of the pelvic floor hold and directly support a woman's organs including the bladder, uterus, bowel and intestines. Should these muscles of the pelvic floor weaken and can no longer hold the organs in their natural postural position, the organs begin to shift, which places pressure on the bladder and results in what is commonly known as stress urinary incontinence.

In addition, muscle tone - for good or bad - affects continence by responding to the intra-abdominual urinary cues. Atrophied muscles can contract and cramp, which can cause urge incontinence. Mixed Incontinence happens when the patient is experiencing both urge and stress urinary incontinence. The strain on the pelvic floor correlates with the strain experienced in vaginal delivery, which is one of the highest risk factors for developing urinary incontinence. Yet, women from college age (particularly collegiate athletes in high impact sports), through their 30's and women in their 50's and older, experience urinary incontinence.

While there are many weak bladder cures for women to purchase, most of these cures only address the symptoms of urinary incontinence like incontinence pads, bladder support devices, and all bladder support medications. If you are really looking for a weak bladder cure, that will address the cause of the problem, not the symptom, it may be much easier than you think, and with results better than originally expected.  When pelvic floor muscles regain their proper muscle tone through exercise, they return the visceral organs to their natural position for a proper natural bladder support.  Exercise promotes muscle respiration so they do not spasm, the muscles that spasmodically contract in orgasm are those same pelvic floor muscles that are to be focused on strengthening to naturally support your organs.  However, with any form of exercise the benefit is only gained when it is being properly executed, some women find it difficult to do kegel exercises, which is why many physicians suggest using bio-feedback monitors.

Right: Sound structural load with a healthy pelvic floor Left: Unsound structural load with a weak pelvic floor | © BCR 2016 |

Right: Sound structural load with a healthy pelvic floor Left: Unsound structural load with a weak pelvic floor | © BCR 2016 |

What is Bio-Feedback 

When we exercise, our minds send a mild electrical impulse to our muscles through our nervous system telling muscles when to contract and when to relax.  Bio-feedback monitors the muscles' contractions only.  If you are contracting the wrong muscle while using bio-feedback monitors you are not correctly utilizing the system.  It is a clinically proven fact that a significant number of women who try to tone their pelvic floor muscles with kegel exercises find it difficult to determine if their pelvic muscle exercises have been performed correctly.  Since bio-feedback records muscle activity only, the time and effort spent following your muscle activity on one of these systems may be better used on something else.

Yarlap Empowering Women

Yarlap: A Practical Weak Bladder Cure

electrostimulation devices for the treatment of female urinary incontinence are medical devices that require FDA clearance.  For women of all ages (and sizes) the Yarlap® has clinically proven programs for that "in and up feeling" for effective muscle tone.  Plus, the Yarlap® has three pre-set clinically proven programs for pelvic floor muscle massage.  The Yarlap® is also FDA cleared for OTC purchase direct from the manufacturer and for use in the privacy of your own home.  Using the Yarlap® a complete pelvic floor work-out is achieved in as little as 20 minutes a day.  Pelvic floor massage therapy is achieved in the same amount of time.  Yarlap®  does it by sending a mild electrical impulse to the muscles, just like in nature, but the instructions are communicated to your muscles through your skin.  Yarlap® is the easy choice for your weak bladder cure! Shop today!