incontinence

If you find yourself needing to go to the loo during the night, you're not alone. Nocturia - the medical term for this unpleasant
help. The yoga tradition has a focus on mula bandha - translating as "the root lock", often considered as the energetic closing of the base of the pot. Mula bandha is a very powerful but subtle practice, it links to the physical action required to strengthen the pelvic floor.
I can't hold my wee for toffee. I have to make sure that when I leave the house or the office, I have released every drop that's in there else the journey home will be stressful! God forbid should I get stuck on the tube.
Yes I did those Kegel exercises. I even bought a thing that looked like it came straight out the Ann Summers catalogue but was in fact a pelvic floor trainer. But nothing it seemed would make the problem go away. So I put up with it. Until I learnt about an operation called the TVT mesh sling that could fix the problem.
A healthy bladder is important to all of us, after all, having to dash to the loo mid-meeting or regularly going to the toilet
Urinary incontinence affects millions of men in the UK, but chances are you've never met a single man who'll admit to it
Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer found in men in the UK. Each year over 40,000 men are diagnosed with
A poll of about 1,900 women that we conducted with Netmums revealed that half of those who developed incontinence after childbirth had never spoken to anyone about the problem. Only one in three had spoken about it to their partner and just 19 per cent discussed it with a family member.
I missed my huge Wrap Party at the end of my Fringe run. Shame. The last Saturday is traditionally, a big party night. I
The best feedback I can have are smiles - and I have learned that standing on the upper stage on the Royal Mile and yelling about incontinence at the people passing by makes them smile. Though, some of them may have been grimacing.