Natural Solutions for Female Overactive Bladder & Incontinence

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By Herballove Editorial Maybe helpful for: Women's Overactive Bladder Symptoms: urinary incontinence

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Causes for Overactive Bladder and Incontinence
More than half of all females who suffer from urine inconsistency report feeling stressed and depressed. Prescription drugs can ease their pain, but most produce ineffectual side effects. 

Weak bladder and pelvis muscles can actuate an overactive bladder or urine incontinence. Theses muscles can weaken after excessive bouts of constipation and tissue damage incurred from childbirth, age, or weight gain.

If you’re suffering from constipation, avoid liquids such as coffee, tea, alcohol, and other acidic foods that can cause inflammation. Take 300 mg of magnesium citrate, a fiber supplement, or any natural stool softener to relieve constipation symptoms.
Kegel Exercise
The Kegel exercise is designed to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles. To practice, you must first isolate the muscles you use to stop and start the flow of urine. Tighten and release these muscles in rapid succession for five seconds per repetition. For maximum results, repeat a hundred times per day.

Herbal Remedies
Pumpkin seed extracts can reduce urinary problems, while Soy isoflavones contain phyto-estrogens that help balance hormone levels in the body. Primary clinical trials using these natural ingredients showed tremendous results. People taking these remedies reported improve sleep quality because of the fewer times required to use the bathroom at night.



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Ruby Red posted on Mon, 05/06/2013 - 15:45
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Urinary problems were my thing. I had no way of fixing them because of no insurance and I also didn't know exactly what was wrong with me. After some research I found out it was stress. I was so stressed that it kept causing this. Luckily now I am able to beat my problem and feel better altogether.
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