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Incontinence, you might be surprised to know, is a fairly common problem in the world, with the problem affecting far more women than it does men. Most people, and if you’re a woman almost certainly, will experience the problem at least once in their lifetime.
Incontinence can be an embarrassing and interfering problem that many simply wish would go away immediately. It rarely does by itself however, and requires time and effort on your part to defeat.
In this article, we’ll be listing many different foods, activities and tips that will help you defeat the pesky problem. You’ll obviously need to consult a doctor, but these pointers are a definite aid and must-carry out supplements.
All that having been said, let’s have a look at the things you can do to eliminate urinary incontinence:
Yoga is a kind of physical exercise that offers control over muscles and strengthens them. Studies have been conducted in this matter and it was discovered that women who took part in a 6 week yoga therapy program experiences a 70% reduction in urinary incontinence, which is a very impressive figure.
Yoga has so many other benefits that it is well worth considering it.
Soy, and all of its variants, is a popular naturopathic suggestion to those who suffer from incontinence. It contains a class of compounds called phytoestrogens which is believed by many to be an effective countering agent to the problem of urinary incontinence. Belief does exist that soy may have detrimental health effects on women, but the evidence is not conclusive. Consult you doctor before you go ahead.
Vitamin D helps your muscles keep their strength and since the act of urination is associated with muscle use, a healthy intake of vitamin D is recommended.
You can find vitamin D in many dairy products. You can also take them in supplements. Whatever your choice, make sure you get your vitamin D, because it is essential to your health for many reasons.
Believe it or not, acupuncture is a recommended remedy by many for the problem of urinary incontinence. By stimulating the different parts of the body through acupuncture, incontinence can be overcome. Acupuncture holds the belief that problems in many different parts of the body combine to cause incontinence.
If you’d like to try acupuncture, find a well-qualified and licensed practitioner in your area.
Apple cider vinegar comes to the rescue yet again. You might wonder how acidic substance might help with a problem like urinary incontinence. The acidic nature of the vinegar makes it very effective against bladder infections, which are caused by bacteria.
Take a teaspoon or two of apple cider vinegar and mix it with a cup of water. You can also add a teaspoon of honey if you like. Take this drink in. Have it a few times a day.
Coffee is a diuretic - it makes you pee a lot. It also induces contractions in muscles and irritates your bladder. Obviously, this makes it one of those banned items if you’ve got a case of urinary incontinence.
Quit drinking coffee entirely if that’s possible, and opt for other stimulating drinks.
If you’re a smoker, you’ve got a lot of problems brewing in your body. These problems include urinary incontinence, because nicotine is known to irritate the bladder. Studies have been conducted concerning the effect of smoking on the bladder, and the Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki in Greece returned the conclusion that smokers were more likely to be incontinent.
So if you ever needed anything more to convince you to quit smoking, you’ve got your proof now.
There you go. You’ll definitely find improvement after executing one of these tips. Time is your friend here, and time will be needed for your bladder to return to its original state. So try them out immediately!
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