Home Bathroom Assists Urinary Incontinence: Behavioral Changes for Better Bladder Control

Urinary Incontinence: Behavioral Changes for Better Bladder Control

Urinary incontinence is a common, yet treatable, condition that affects more than 25 million men and women in the United States. People suffering from incontinence don’t have control over the bladder, which can result in embarrassing wetting accidents. Many people rely on incontinence products, such as adult diapers, to help manage their bladder control problems, which may have been caused by weak pelvic floor muscles, pregnancy, prostate surgery, or disease. However, what people may not realize is that there are behavioral changes that can greatly reduce or even eliminate incontinence symptoms. Below are three ways that may lead to better bladder control:

Click HERE to read the whole story at Hive Health Media

Greg has been with Allegro for over 15 years focusing on active living and dietary needs.