Is Your Lifestyle Making Incontinence Worse?
Is Your Lifestyle Making Incontinence Worse? The causes of incontinence are not always known. However, there are some things that can worsen incontinence. Making a few lifestyle changes can help you improve your condition. Drinking Alcohol If you have incontinence, then you will definitely need to monitor your alcohol intake. Wine, beer and liquor can stimulant your bladder and lead to incontinence. They also increase urine production and increase the number of times that you
Alcohol and Incontinence: The Hidden Danger
Incontinence may be an embarrassing problem, but it's also an extremely common problem. In fact, by the age of 65, more than half of the population will experience some kind of incontinence! There are many different factors that can contribute to urinary incontinence, and one of them is alcohol consumption. Keep reading to learn more about how drinking alcohol can affect your body and your bladder - and what you can do about it. How Does Alcohol Contribute to Incontinence? Al
Meditation: Relax Your Way Out of Incontinence
Meditation: Relax Your Way Out of Incontinence In the United States alone, urinary incontinence affects some 25 million people of all ages, genders, nationalities and economic circumstances. Most people develop this condition in later stages of life, but it can happen to anyone at any age. It’s fairly common, and it’s nothing to feel ashamed of. But it can interfere with daily activities to some extent, so it’s a good idea to seek treatment if you’re encountering involuntary
10 quick facts about urinary incontinence
10 quick facts about urinary incontinence Don't Be Embarrassed By Your Incontinence! Male incontinence is common, especially with olde