Pelvic Therapy Exercises To Promote Bladder Control
Bladder control problems are more than just a nuisance for those who suffer from this problem. While it is embarrassing and can prevent you from regular activities, it can also be a source of skin irritation and even breakdown. Although there are many medications that can help with this problem, some have multiple side effects and may not even be needed. Pelvic therapy exercises can successfully be used to combat some types of bladder incontinence. These targeted exercises help strengthen the muscles of the pelvic floor, reducing bladder leakage. They do not require a lot of strength or stamina and can be performed by just about anyone, regardless of age or health status. In addition, other types of conditions such as prolapsed bladder, fecal incontinence and even some types of sexual dysfunction can be improved through this type of exercise.