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Exercises That Can Help Incontinence

For many women in Australia, the problem of incontinence doesn't seem to get better with time - it only seems to get worse. As the problem worsens, reliance on incontinence products increases as well. While there are many exceptional bladder control products on the market today, most people would undoubtedly prefer to keep their problem as under control as possible.

Tons of people who suffer from bladder control issues are completely unaware of how pelvic floor exercises can help. Women - for whom stress incontinence is a particular worry - should look into these exercises to see what they can do for them.

Pelvic Floor Exercises

Considering that more than thirty percent of women end up dealing with stress incontinence - leaking urine when they cough, sneeze or laugh - there's little doubt that most would like to do something about it. Pelvic floor exercises are increasingly being recommended to such patients by doctors who wish to help them help themselves. After all, incontinence products can only go so far; it is frustrating to see a problem worsen, and these specialised exercises can help turn the tide a bit for many female patients.

Pelvic floor exercises are easy to do, and can be performed virtually any time. Weak pelvic floor muscles are largely to blame for many cases of incontinence, so learning how to perform these exercises is very important. Basically, you can figure out how to flex those muscles by paying attention the next time you urinate. Make a concerted effort to stop the flow of urine; the muscle that you use to do that is your pelvic floor muscle. Once you become familiar with how to engage it, you can flex - and hold - that muscle repeatedly, gradually making it stronger and stronger.

Devices To Help Strengthen The Pelvic Floor

If you find it difficult to perform pelvic floor exercises, you can always try one of the many different pelvic floor muscle exercisers available today. Even if you rely on mobility equipment, there is a range of electrical stimulation devices that target these key muscles, making them stronger and less susceptible to allowing urine to leak out at random times. Women who begin using these products often find that their reliance on traditional incontinence products goes down a great deal. This can be a very empowering sensation, and can help lift much of the helplessness that often goes along with being incontinent.

Living with incontinence does not have to mean simply accepting the situation. There are things that you can do to alleviate many of the worst symptoms. By keeping an open mind and being willing to try a few new things, you can manage your condition more effectively. Pelvic floor muscle exercises are just one way of doing so.

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