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How Diabetes Can Lead to Urinary Incontinence

How Diabetes Can Lead to Urinary Incontinence

Sometimes, a disease or health condition can lead to other risky health issues, especially if it is not managed timely. Urinary Incontinence is one of those health conditions that often occur as an effect of a much more serious health issue. It is the involuntary release of urine from the bladder. So, considering the usual symptoms of Diabetes, such as the urge to urinate more frequently, increased hunger and thirst, and fatigue, it is believed that it can lead to incontinence in several ways. Diabetes is actually a metabolic condition in which blood sugar levels go higher than normal. It is an effect of the inability of the pancreas to create the hormone that injects glucose into the cells in...
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How Yoga can help Women with Incontinence

How Yoga can help Women with Incontinence

Today, Yoga is practised all over the world for a variety of reasons, including breath control and meditation. It not only reduces stress or anxiety but also acts as a good remedy for many health issues or diseases, such as arthritis, migraine, thyroid, and diabetes. On an interesting note, it has also been found to be useful in fighting urinary incontinence. Urinary incontinence is the involuntary release of urine from the bladder. As per a Yoga program conducted for women with incontinence in San Francisco, it has been noticed that Yoga, along with proper training, can lead to a substantial decrement in incontinence episodes among women. Other than adult diapers, there are many other ways to manage incontinence, such as bladder training, Kegel...
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How to take care of your skin from incontinence

How to take care of your skin from incontinence

It’s quite discomforting when it is raining and you are out on a street with your clothes wet to such an extent that it is causing itchiness to your skin. *Akash Rastogi, a 55 year old resident of Nagpur started feeling the same kind of discomfort during the monsoons in September 2016. He felt itchiness around the anus, (caused by urinary incontinence,) which he underestimated at first, by just wiping it off with a hand towel. However, by the time he realized the situation had not got under control, his skin had already turned a little red and sore, which made him consult his doctor. Subsequently, the doctor recommended the right treatment options and advised him to use adult diapers to manage...
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