By Steven A Johnson
Are you a woman that would you like to experience relief within
days from bladder incontinence, frequency, urgency and pain?
Would you be interested in stopping needless suffering and
embarrassments? How about being able to go shopping & traveling
with confidence? If you are one of the millions of people
suffering from an over-active bladder you are not alone!
Symptoms include frequent urination, urge incontinence
(unintentional loss of urine), and an unstoppable need to
urinate. Many people suffering from these symptoms have been
forced to wear padding to prevent embarrassing public accidents.
The downside to wearing padding in undergarments can be
uncomfortably, skin rashes, bladder and kidney infections and urinary track infections. Over time problems such as these can
also lead to social, psychological, occupational, domestic,
physical, and significant sexual problems.
Professors at Hamilton University have discovered that an
amazing 65%, an estimated 35 million, of all women all over the
world who are past the child-bearing age of 40, have over active
bladders, are incontinent or both. It seems that the most
offered alternative is surgery. Surgery can be costly, sometimes
ineffective, and carry potential side effects. It is always a
good idea to exercise all alternatives before finally deciding
on surgery as a course of action. And what about women with whom
surgery is not an option because of health related issues?
One common option for treatment to relieve over-active bladder
symptoms can be pelvic muscle rehabilitation, this seeks to
improve pelvic muscle tone and prevent leakage. There are four
types of approaches to this method, which include kegel
exercises, biofeedback, vaginal weight training, and
pelvic-floor electrical stimulation. Kegel exercises are
especially helpful for younger woman in good physical health,
these include daily exercises performed thirty to eighty times
per day for at least eight weeks. Biofeedback is used in
conjunction with the kegel exercises to gain awareness, and help
regain control of their pelvic muscles. Another treatment to be
used with kegel exercises is the pelvic-floor electrical
stimulation, this is done by administering mild electrical
pulses to stimulate muscle contractions. The last treatment
using pelvic muscle rehabilitation is to insert small weights
into the vagina twice daily for fifteen minutes, for four to six
weeks, this helps by strengthening the vaginal muscles.
There are behavioral therapies available to people suffering
from incontinence, such as bladder training and toilet
assistance. Bladder training teaches individuals how to resist
the urge to release, and gradually increase the intervals
between releases. Toilet assistance uses scheduled and routine
toilet breaks, habit encouraging schedules, and prompted
releasing to empty the bladder normally to prevent leakage.
If surgery and therapy do not sound appealing to you, there is
an at home option available on the market to help with these
problems. Many women have discovered a product called Bell
Bladder Control Tea. This tea has been found in most cases to
help control incontinence and quickly alleviate the burning
sensation during urination that is associated with bladder
infections. By drinking one cup a day of Bell Bladder Control
Tea, you can be on your way to taking back control of your
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About the author:
Steven Johnson is interested in maintaining a vital, active, and
healthy lifestyle. For more information about life-enhancing
nutrients please visit his website Alternative Health Supplements.