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Dancing Helps To Manage Urine Leakage

Dancing Helps To Manage Urine Leakage

Many health conditions stay for a long time and the only option they bring along with them is management. Incontinence can be treated by treating the underlying cause, but if it is not treatable, it not only needs acceptance but also proper management, else it can go haywire and ruin the quality of life. There are various ways to manage urine leakage, including adult incontinence diapers, kegel exercises, and bladder training. Considering kegel exercises or pelvic floor exercises are an integral part of incontinence management, a study published in Neurology and Urodynamics a few years ago reported that dancing can not only incorporate the basics of kegel exercises but also make incontinence management more effective and fun. It does sound funny,...
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How Sleep Can be Affected by Urinary Leakage

How Sleep Can be Affected by Urinary Leakage

Everyone loves a good night’s sleep and wants it to be uninterrupted. However, it can be a nightmare to have a peaceful sleep due to certain health conditions, heartburn, cardiovascular disease, kidney disease, thyroid disease, and incontinence. Incontinence can be worse at night in terms of the inconvenience that comes with it. Urinary incontinence can affect one’s sleep like anything, considering they have to wake from sleep and walk towards the toilet at least twice. If it happens more frequently, it can not only leave you sleep deprived but also adversely affect your well-being. Anyone suffering from incontinence should ideally schedule their toilet visits, so they can manage it. Severe incontinence can simply lead to sleep enuresis, which is the...
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Accepting Urine Leakage With Your Head Held High!

Accepting Urine Leakage With Your Head Held High!

When you happen to face an unexpected situation that leaves you badly affected, astonished, and clueless, you just find yourself unable to come to terms with it, and are stuck on the thin line between acceptance and denial. Many people have a wrong notion, that incontinence is just an ageing problem or a temporary issue, that they can recover from, with time. But, that’s not true at all! In fact, incontinence can happen to anyone at any age. The accompanying embarrassment makes it quite difficult for people to come to terms with it, let alone being openly vocal about it, which in turn, is accompanied by isolation, stress, anxiety and depression. There are several questions you might have in mind...
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