Female Athletes with Urinary Incontinence

Female athletes are especially susceptible to urinary incontinence for a whole variety of reasons. In one study, it was reported that 47% of female athletes, or physically active women, experienced urinary incontinence after their vaginal deliveries. But those numbers are nothing compared to the young female athletes with urinary incontinence.

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Diabetes and Incontinence

Diabetes and urinary incontinence are a classic couple. On their own, each would be a heavy topic and a nightmare to deal with; together, they put the body through quite a roller coaster. For a number of reasons, diabetes vastly increases the risk for urinary incontinence.

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Bladder Support Devices & How They Work

Bladder support devices take weight off the bladder mechanically. There are a wide range of bladder support devices and they require a physician's supervision. These can include: a bladder neck device, a pessary and pelvic sling mesh. While bladder leakage is embarrassing and expensive (the actual cost of incontinence per yer for a women is over $2,000), it is not something to be overly worried about. Bladder Incontinence can be treated with success, and it can be done privately with much better outcomes than you might be expecting.  

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Urinary Incontinence in Women 101

Urinary incontinence is the involuntary leakage of urine. There are three main types of urinary incontinence that pelvic floor muscle stimulation can be used to treat. Approximately 20 million American women are affected by urinary incontinence. This number can be broken down by age: 20%-30% of young women, 30%-40% of middle-aged women, and up to 50% of mature women suffer from urinary incontinence.

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Causes of Overactive Bladder & Treatment Options

The medical profession most often addresses the problem of urinary incontinence with three principal solutions: medications, surgery and exercise (Kegels) to improve pelvic floor muscle tone. Until the Yarlap, predominant self-care has been absorbent pads, scheduled toilette visits and double voiding (urinating twice in a few minutes to more completely empty the bladder). 

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Yarlap: The Weak Bladder Cure

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. Female urinary incontinence in exercise, symptoms, biofeedback, and urinary incontinence treatments.

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The Best Way to Prevent Female Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence is not a disease. It is also not a consequence of aging. Urinary incontinence can be a symptom of certain conditions, like inactivity or the result of certain events during a woman’s life (think: childbirth or participation in sports with repetitive bouncing like horseback riding or volleyball). 

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5 Common Causes of Urinary Incontinence

Most people are surprised to learn that urinary incontinence affects about 25 million people in the United States. That's because most people who live with this medical condition don't like to talk about it, for obvious reasons. Put the stigma aside for a second and realize that this is a pretty common health issue. Not only is it common, but it's treatable (even at home).

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4 Simple Tips: Fight Against Urinary Incontinence

The nonprofit National Association for Continence projects that by 2050 roughly 41.3 million women will experience female urinary incontinence. Unfortunately, these bladder problems are going to be extremely common in the near future, but luckily there are proven ways to fight back against these embarrassing issues. 

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How To Properly Exercise Your Kegels And Stop Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence is a surprisingly common condition in which the individual is unable to prevent a small leakage of urine from their urethra. This often occurs when the muscles contract such as when you laugh, sneeze or exercise. Although symptoms of urinary incontinence are most common in those who have undergone childbirth, incontinence can happen at any age and is not something to be ashamed about. 

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Incontinence Exercises

We all have an understanding that urinary incontinence is any involuntary leakage of urine. You have no control over it and it happens. What you may not know is that there are three types: urge stress and mixed.

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Bladder Control Exercises

In simple terms, bladder control exercises are the exercises used to re-establish control over the involuntary leakage of urine. These exercises are to train or re-educates more than the two “U” shaped detrusor muscles at the neck of the bladder function as a musculature gate (sphincter) that helps closure.

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Incontinence Causes

Nearly half of American women will experience some sudden loss of bladder control at some time in their life, prompting them to ask, “What are the incontinence causes for me?” The medical profession will sometimes address the symptom suggesting two solutions: medication or surgery. But many physicians and physical therapists will recommend exercise as the primary action to treat the cause – it means, to improve pelvic floor muscle tone.

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