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bladder control exercises

Kegel Exercises has many health benefits for both men and women…read inside

Kegel Exercises also called pelvic floor exercises, Kegel exercises are done with the aim of strengthening the muscles of the pelvic floor. They are asserted to be one of the most effective ways to improve your bladder and bowel movements. Kegel exercises are not complex but simple and easy clench-and-release exercises for making your pelvic floor stronger . The pelvic floor is a bunch of tissues and muscles, located at the bottom of your pelvis and holds your organs in place. Therefore, a weak pelvic floor can result in the development of an inability to control the bladder and bowels .

Kegel exercises can be done by both men and women. They are not only done to keep your pelvic muscles fit but also to avoid embarrassing accidents, like bladder leakage and passing gas and or even stool by accident.

Lack of bladder control in exercise.... (weight loss related???)?

I lost a lot of weight over the last year while struggling with anorexia. I am now back to a normal weight, but find that when I exercise, I lose control of my bladder. I don't know whether this is related in anyway. The biggest problem comes when I have

i would seek a doctor, do not take any advise online. look for a doctor

It's common in women at any age. Start doing kegel exercises on a daily basis which should help reduce this problem.

did there any exercises to help control your bladder's surrounding muscles?

Sometimes doing Kegel excercises will help, as well as increase sensation.

Strengthening the kegal muscle is usually the key. Kegal muscle exercise are usually very easy. They mainly consist of clenching and releasing the inner muscles around the bladder and sexual organs.
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