Urinary incontinence is one of the most common problems that have a serious impact on person's social life. Urinary incontinence is more often reported among women than men. Many women, who face the problem, are too embarrassed to ask for help and feel isolated out of fear that others might know about this delicate issue.
If you were ever worried about dirty public toilets, than you might wish women could pee standing up. Now, you have this opportunity using the hygienic and comfortable device called Whiz Freedom
How many times have you told yourself to start doing Kegel exercises after you found out about all the benefits of strengthening your pelvic muscles? Many women try Kegel exercisers to increase sexual satisfaction, others face such problems as urinary incontinence
. In any case, many studies have shown that Kegel exercises
are effective at improving both.
Kegel Exercisers are devices meant to maintain the strength of pelvic floor muscles for men and women. Pelvic floor muscles play an important role in supporting the uterus, bladder and bowel. If these muscles are weak, you may face a number of problems such as urinary incontinence
or sexual problems. Kegel exercisers are helpful for the following purposes:
Women, who gave birth, are more likely to experience urinary incontinence
, especially if a woman had longer labor. During the labor, the nerves and pelvic floor muscles can become weaker and overstretched, which leads to the urinary problems. Fortunately, there are many ways to reduce urinary incontinence and help your bladder work properly.
Daytime wetting is quite common problem for children that can be caused by various reasons. Fortunately, for most children the condition is likely to resolve on its own over time. However, the wetting incidents become quite stressful events for children and their parents
TENA, one of the leading brands that make incontinence products has released new, improved TENA Super Plus Protective Underwear
for men and women with maximum absorbency.
Recent scientific studies show that Kegel exercises
with vaginal cones or vaginal weighs really work
and can strengthen pelvic floor muscles to lessen incontinence.
If you think about potty training your child
, the best time would be between ages two and three, specialists reveal.
The study conducted by Dr. Joseph Barone
, chief of urology at Bristol-Myers Squibb Children's Hospital in New Brunswick, N. J.
says that the time when to start to potty train a child is more important than method