After 20-plus years of treating urinary incontinence, Linda Adams, LVN CUA is taking names and talking treatments. There’s no need to suffer through frustrating incontinence symptoms, as there are a number of treatment options available to get you living and laughing again.
Kegels, or pelvic floor exercises, are an effective way for men & women to fight urinary incontinence. Linda Adams discusses how your smartphone can help you complete your Kegel exercises and boost the strength of your pelvic floor.
The first line of treatment and defense against urinary incontinence is the Kegel technique. Kegel exercises can help to strengthen the pelvic floor and create needed tension to avoid to urinary mishaps.
Incontinence is a medical condition caused by the unintentional leakage of urine. While incontinence is more common in women, men may also experience symptoms of incontinence. Luckily, incontinence is a treatable condition.
When you are making your 2015 resolutions, whether it is eating healthier, losing weight, exercising more or in general taking better care of yourself, don’t forget about your bladder and pelvic floor.