Tips For Bladder Leakage
Did you know that more than 51 million woman suffer from bladder leakage? Involuntary urine leakage is more common than the general public is aware of. Most likely, because this is a private issue for women. Well you need to know that you are not along and many others deal with the same issue as you. There are several types of incontinence that are caused for different reasons.
I recently discussed bladder leakage with my best friend. She first started experiencing bladder leakage at the young age of 43. When this started happening she said she went right to the store to find a product. Followed up by a visit with her doctor. and this got me to thinking if and when I will start having this issue also. When I asked her “what feelings did you have when you realized you have bladder leakage?” her first word was, upset. Then she said “My first thoughts were pretty depressing. I didn’t want to be embarrassed out in public and have to worry anytime I coughed or laughed around people.” After talking with other women and her doctor she told me the Kiegel exercise is the best tip she has heard for someone with bladder leakage.
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In attempt to learn more about bladder leakage I did a little research and want to share the following about bladder leakage with you.
There are four types of incontinence.
- Stress Incontinence – Occurs when you cough, sneeze, laugh or do an activity that causes stress on the abdomen. which occurs when urine leaks from the bladder when you cough, laugh, sneeze or do any other activity that places stress on the abdomen.
- Urge Incontinence – Occurs when a person as leakage of urine that comes with an urgent feeling to urinate that cannot be suppressed.
- Overflow Incontinence – Occurs when a person cannot pass urine and have a permanently full bladder. The excess will spill out and cause bladder leakage.
- Total Incontinence – Occurs when the bladder and vagina to do not communicate properly and results in a continuous leakage urine.
3 TOP TIPS YOU NEED TO KNOW
- Use a dependable product like Depends for bladder leakage protection. The Depend Silhouette Active Fit is thin and comfortable, not bulky at all! Get your FREE SAMPLE HERE
- Practice the Kiegel exercise to decrease bladder leakage. You can see an improvement in weeks and possibly no symptoms by the end of 12 months.
- Decrease worrisome urine odor by taking a Vitamin C supplement. You can also reduce urine odor by drinking apple and other non-citrus juices.
Being protected is probably the most important solution to bladder leakage. The Depends SAF briefs are a new moderate-absorbency brief that feature a thin design for complete comfort with the trusted protection of the Depend brand and a lower rise+ for an underwear-like look, fit and feel. Make sure to visit the Depend landing page and claim your free samples by clicking on the “Get a Sample” button located at the top right-hand side of the screen. Then, select which sample you would like to receive and wait for them to arrive. They come in both black and tan colors.
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• More people with bladder leakage are in their 20’s than their 80’s
• The average age of someone with bladder leakage is only 52!
• More people with bladder leakage are 50 or younger than 60 or older!
We love to support brands that donate to charity and care about us the people! We can do the same by joining with Depend as the enter year two of Underwareness, a social movement and charitable cause to break down the bladder leakage stigma. Show your support for women with bladder leakage. If you share a photo or personal video using the hashtag #Underwareness Depend will donate $1, up to $3 million, throughout 2016 to charities that advance the research, education and awareness of bladder leakage.