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Maintaining normal bladder strength is an issue for approximately 13 million Americans, 85% of them women. This issue can occur at any age. Children may also face it. Taking a dietary supplement and following a good strength plan offers hope to those who face this inconvenience.

Strength Plan:

  • Drink enough fluids - at least 50 ounces (about 6 1/2 cups) per day. Limiting daily fluid intake can actually aggravate weakened bladders.
  • Avoid beverages with caffeine and alcohol, as they can increase urine production.
  • Eat food high in fiber and avoid beverages that can irritate the bladder (i.e. grapefruit juice and tomato based products).
  • Maintain a normal healthy weight
  • Avoid smoking
  • Get adequate rest

Perform Kegel exercise on a daily basis. These exercises involve strengthening the muscles which control the flow of urine. They can be done in just 5 minutes 3 times a day, while sitting, standing or lying on the floor. Noticeable improvement in bladder strength may be seen within 6 weeks, however, it may take longer in some individuals.

A kegel is the name of a pelvic floor exercise, named after Dr. Kegel who discovered the exercise. These muscles are attached to the pelvic bone and act like a hammock, holding in your pelvic organs. To try and isolate these muscles trying stopping and starting the flow of urine.

Once you have located the muscles simply tighten and relax the muscle over and over, about 200 times a day.

These exercises can be done anywhere because no one knows you are doing them. Try to exercise while watching TV, waiting in line, doing dishes, just about anytime.

 

 

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