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LETS’ BE LEAK FREE, TOGETHER

LETS’ BE LEAK FREE, TOGETHER

Understanding urinary incontinence & how best to tackle it.

There is a lot of information on the web today regarding urinary incontinence or also known as uncontrollable bladder leaks. As much as this topic is taboo, it is a real health problem that can have men & women feeling helpless, frustrated and tired. Having uncontrollable bladder leaks can be embarrassing, no matter if you pee a little or a lot. We are here to tell you that we can help you to reduce those bladder leaks, naturally without any use of medications with harsh side effects or surgery. Before we begin, let us discuss how & why this can be happening to you.

What Is Happening To Your Bladder?

According to the Mayo Clinic, “As your bladder fills, nerve signals sent to your brain eventually trigger the need to urinate. When you urinate, nerve signals coordinate the relaxation of the pelvic floor muscles & the muscles of the urethra. The muscles of the bladder tighten (contract), pushing urine out. When you have an overactive bladder, those muscles start to contract, even when the volume of urine in the bladder is low.” These contractions create the urgent need to urinate.” It gives you the feeling that you “gotta go” and quickly too.

A comparison image of a normal bladder and an overactive bladder. An overactive bladder causes the bladder to have more contractions resulting in bladder leakage.
Image of a normal bladder than an overactive bladder.

Not all leaks are caused from the same reason. You may find yourself peeing a little bit when you sneeze, laugh, cough, or doing other physical activities. This is different than an overactive bladder.

Stress Urinary Incontinence is when urine leaks out with sudden pressure on the bladder & urethra. With stress urinary incontinence (SUI), the urethra cannot stop the sudden increase in pressure. With overactive bladder (OAB), the bladder spasms & squeezes uncontrollably.

A comparison image of a bladder with weak pelvic floor muscles and a bladder with strong pelvic muscles. With a weak pelvic floor, it can allow urine to leak through the urethra.

Your pelvic floor muscles support some major organs, including your bladder. If you struggle with SUI, it can be possible that if your pelvic floor muscles are weak, it can be causing you to leak. This can happen from pregnancy & childbirth for women. In men, it could be that you have an enlarged prostate. However, there are other factors that can cause SUI such as smoking & being overweight.

How urinary incontinence is affecting your bathroom habits.

Not many people associate incontinence as a bladder problem. As yourself these questions:

  1. Do you find yourself going to the bathroom more than 10x in a day?
  2. Do you have strong, sudden urges to use the bathroom & fear you won’t make it?
  3. Do you get up 2-3 times at night to use the bathroom?
  4. Are you wearing pads, liners, or discreet undergarments in case of an accident?
  5. If you are exercising, laughing, or sneezing, do you find yourself leaking a little bit?
  6. Are you not drinking as much water in fear that you may not make it to the bathroom in time?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may be struggling with an overactive bladder or stress urinary incontinence.

Here are some simple tips on how to treat urinary incontinence:

  1. Do Pelvic Floor or Kegel Exercises which can help to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles. Your Pelvic muscles supports your bladder & can help to tighten up the sphincter muscle.
  2. Train your bladder: setting bathroom times can help control how often you go to the bathroom.
  3. Change your eating habits. Certain foods and drinks can signal the bladder that you have to pee quickly.
    1. Alcohol, soda, coffees, teas, tomato-based foods and artificial sugars are known as bladder irritants and can make you use the bathroom more often.
  4. Have regular bowel movements. The large intestine rests on top of the bladder muscle. If you are constipated, is it possible that you can be having bladder leakage due to that.

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*To see best results, give a minimum of 6-8 weeks. Give your body some time to adjust to these new changes. You’re retraining your body and mind. There is no such as thing as over-night results.

Urinary incontinence can be treated and that doesn’t have to mean surgeries or unwanted medication that can cause harsh side effects. We understand your frustration, we really do. Try our product today to see for yourself. You won’t be disappointed.

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*These statements has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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