Urinary Incontinence is defined as the involuntary loss of urine at inappropriate times and places, and it can be a problem for people of all ages. There are many different types of incontinence, and they can be caused by a variety of issues, but the most common ones for women are stress incontinence, urge incontinence and mixed incontinence. The most common cause of incontinence is weakened pelvic floor muscles.
Your pelvic floor muscles support a lot of weight: bladder, womb, bowel and other organs which can add up to as much as nine kilograms. These muscles are rooted in such a way that every step, cough, jump or sneeze puts pressure on them and the pelvic floor. Therefore it is important to keep the Pelvic Floor muscles strong, and this is where the BIA Trainer can help you! By using BIA Trainer just a few minutes a day you will experience increased strength in your pelvic area!
Stress incontinence is the most common type of incontinence in women. It manifests through involuntary urine leaks when exercising, sneezing, coughing, laughing or lifting weight. These actions put pressure on your bladder and if your pelvic muscle is not strong enough, a leak will occur. Women who have just given birth will be able to relate to this since the pelvic muscles are usually weakened during pregnancy from increased pressure placed on them during pregancy and childbirth.
Strong Pelvic Floor muscles will help reduce or even completely eliminate leakage. The best way to get your pelvic muscles into shape is through proper pelvic exercises. In just a few minutes a day, Bia can help you achieve these results much sooner than Kegel exercises alone.
Urge incontinence is a strong, sudden and uncontrollable feeling that you need to urinate, often resulting in leakage or accidents. Pelvic Floor muscles play a major role in bladder training, strong pelvic muscles will helps to reduce the symptoms of urge incontinence, and eventually eliminate the problem.
Most commonly urge incontinence occurs as a result of an overactive bladder. When you go to the washroom too often that usually means your Pelvic Floor muscle is not strong enough to properly support your bladder and other organs. The BIA Trainer will strengthen your Pelvic muscles, which will help with frequency issue and therefore reduce the chance of suffering from urge incontinence.
Mixed incontinence simply means a mixture of stress and urge incontinence. Since the underlying problem for the two types of incontinence are the same, weak Pelvic Floor Muscles, it is not surprising that there are many women who experience mixed incontinence. The BIA Trainer can be used to strengthen the Pelvic Floor Muscles and your bladder, thus treating both types of incontinence at the same time.