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We’re all for living a healthy lifestyle and the sooner you learn these tricks, the sooner you’ll free yourself from worrying about incontinence.
There are many types of incontinence and one of the most common that people have is stress incontinence. It is not related to psychological stress,but this type of incontinence happens when coughing, laughing, sneezing, sprinting, or heavy lifting cause pressure (stress) on your bladder, leading you to leak urine. If you have been experiencing this, […]READ MORE
Incontinence is usually associated with women because their pelvic muscles and nerves can be affected by certain health events that are specific to women like pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause. However, men can also experience incontinence. It may be harder for them to realize that they are in need of help because of a lack of […]READ MORE
It’s been more than a year since the pandemic started. Everyone had a hard time adjusting to the new lifestyle that we are all forced to adapt to. It is not only our physical health that is at risk, but our emotional and mental health as well. We are all staying at home unless we […]READ MORE
If you have incontinence, did you know that your diet plays a big impact in the severity of your symptoms? What you eat or drink and the amount of intake can greatly affect your bladder control. Although there is no specific diet made for the condition, there are recipes that can help those with an […]READ MORE
If you are constantly feeling anxious, overwhelmed, having difficulty in concentrating, mood swings and changes in sleeping habits, then you might be experiencing stress. When left unchecked, stress can contribute to many health problems such as high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity and diabetes. If you have stress symptoms, it is important to take steps […]READ MORE
Our holiday this year is not canceled but a kind of different from our usual celebration. Crowd gathering is still prohibited because we’re still in the middle of a pandemic thus, an intimate celebration with our families is the only option we have. Filipinos used to celebrate Christmas with everyone, from their families to their […]READ MORE
Desiring connection with other people is normal for humanity because we are social creatures. But as we grow older, we lose communication with others due to our family, career, distance and other priorities.Adults feel lonely and isolated even before the widespread of COVID-19, according to Saint Luke’s Health System psychologist Dr. Kadie Harry. The current […]READ MORE
If you are one of those who suffers from bladder incontinence, this open letter is for you. For sure you find managing everyday life quite a challenge. You feel anxious as occasional leaks may happen anytime, anywhere. Do not let incontinence prevent you from enjoying life to the fullest. In many cases, it can be […]READ MORE
If you are 60 and above, read this. The coronavirus can affect anyone but it’s older adults, ages 60 and up, who are more at risk of getting seriously sick from it. Is there a cure for it? None at the moment, but over 80,000 worldwide have already survived it. Internist-cardiologist Willie Ong says that […]READ MORE
Yes, there are certain foods and drinks that cause you to go more often. Here is a list of foods to avoid: Caffeinated beverages and foods Alcohol Spicy foods Citrus fruits and juices Carbonated beverages Milk and milk products Sugar or honey Artificial sweeteners And here is a list of less irritating foods: Water Low-fat […]READ MORE
Your bladder is a muscle surrounded by other muscles. Keep it in shape by doing these easy strength-focused exercises to prevent incontinence. Kegels Contract the pelvic floor muscles, like you’re stopping the stream of urine. Squeeze the levator muscles and hold for five seconds, then release for another five seconds. Repeat.1 Pelvic Floor Ball Squeeze […]READ MORE