Understanding Female Urinary Incontinence
The first thing you need to know about Urinary Incontinence is that you are not alone. 20%-30% of young women , 30%-40% of middle-aged women, and up to 50% of older women suffer from urinary incontinence in one form or another. It can range from a little pee leaking when you sneeze, cough or laugh, to a more serious urine leak during physical exertion such as running, jumping, crossfit, and other forms of exertion during exercise.
The next, and most important thing for you to know is that it can be stopped. A simple pelvic floor exercise, done properly, with the assistance of the Kegelmaster 2000, has a 16 year track record of 100% success rate with these types of urinary incontinence. (Backed by a 100% Guarantee)
The most common type of urinary incontinence found in women is:
Stress incontinence – Leakage happens with coughing, sneezing, exercising, laughing, lifting heavy things, and other movements that put pressure on the bladder. It is often caused by physical changes from pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause.
This often leads to the next most common type, especially if not taken care of:
Urge incontinence – This is sometimes called “overactive bladder.” Leakage usually happens after a strong, sudden urge to urinate. This may occur when you don’t expect it, such as during sleep, after drinking water, or when you hear or touch running water.
Again, the most important thing for you to know here is that it is completely within your power to end this.
More than any other treatment, doctors worldwide tell their patients to do Kegel Exercises, otherwise known as Pelvic Floor Exercises.
The Pelvic Floor is a group of muscles, ligaments, and connective tissues in the pelvis. They provide support to the bladder, bowel, and uterus. When damage occurs or the muscles weaken, women may begin to experience pelvic floor disorders, such as bladder leakage, pelvic organ prolapse, or sexual dysfunction.
When the female pelvic floor muscles weaken or become damaged, the pelvic organs can descend and bulge into the vaginal canal and through the vaginal opening until the organ is visible. This uncomfortable condition known as pelvic organ prolapse is all too common in women and experienced as uncomfortable to moderately painful pelvic pressure that likely results in uncontrollable leakage of urine or fecal incontinence, vaginal pain or complete sexual dysfunction. As the condition worsens it can normally only be repaired with corrective surgery and often will require a complete hysterectomy.
Here’s the problem with this…it doesn’t work. Unassisted kegel exercises almost never cure incontinence. Let’s be honest, if these simple exercises, which you are told you can do anytime, sitting, standing, whenever, worked, there would not be the epidemic of female urinary incontinence that exists today. Proof of this is the global incontinence market estimated to be over $10 Billion annually and growing. It is estimated that someone with incontinence spends an average $300 per year on these products.
Doctors have confirmed that most women who think they are doing kegel exercises correctly are actually using the wrong muscles. In addition to this, squeezing these muscles with no resistance is far less effective. Imagine trying to build your arm muscles...in one hand you have a dumbell, in the other, nothing. I won’t insult you by asking which would benefit the most.
This is what makes the Kegelmaster 2000 so effective. It provides you with 15 levels of resistance. (64 levels with the advanced model) With this resistance, you can see results from your exercises anywhere from 1-3 weeks.
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