You Don't Have to Put Up with Urinary Incontinence
Are you one of the estimated 12 million Americans who have urinary incontinence? You are not alone. Incontinence affects people of all ages, both sexes, and members of every social and economic level. It is estimated that 15 to 30 percent of people over the age of 60 who live at home have incontinence. Women are twice as likely as men to have this condition. Although there are many types of Urinary Incontinence (UI) most involve the unwanted leakage of urine. The total annual cost of providing care for persons with UI is estimated to be $28 billion. In addition, at least half of the 1.5 million Americans who reside in nursing homes are incontinent.
If you answer yes to any of these questions then you may have a an overactive bladder problem or urinary incontinence.
• Do you leak urine when you cough, sneeze, laugh or exercise?
• Do you leak urine on the way to the bathroom?
• Do you have intense and sudden bladder urges you cannot control?
• Do you go to the bathroom often, more than 8 times in
• Do you wake up more than two times at night to go to the bathroom?
• Do you need to know the locations of bathrooms when you travel?
• Are you afraid that you will leak urine during sex?
Urinary Incontinence can be
embarrassing and keep you from enjoying life.
The inability to control urine is one of the most unpleasant and distressing
problems from which a person can suffer, often causing isolation, depression
and physiological problems. In addition, UI is also a burden for family
caregivers and the community, and the major reason aging parents are put
into nursing homes.
Incontinence is a problem that also affects their emotional, psychological,
and social well-being. Many people are afraid to participate in normal
daily activities that might take them too far from a toilet. So it is
particularly important to note that the great majority of incontinence
causes can be treated successfully.
Kegel Exercises Recommended for
Kegel exercises are classified as behavioral
treatment, meaning non-invasive, physical exercises to strengthen the
muscles that help hold in urine. But, it can be frustrating and difficult
to isolate the right muscles and have the confidence to know that you
are doing them correctly to maximize their effect and others with nerve
damage cannot tell whether they are doing Kegel exercises correctly or
not. Both types can learn proper Kegel exercises by doing special training
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