The physical and mental benefits of yoga are well documented. It can help you increase your strength and flexibility, lower your risk of heart disease, and even ease anxiety and depression. Studies now show that yoga can help women who suffer from urinary incontinence by improving pelvic health and help gain more control over their bladders. If you have urinary incontinence, it's important to explore your options to maintain the active and happy lifestyle you’ve always enjoyed.
The Role a Father Plays
Never underestimate a father’s influence and encouragement. When talking about his father, famous North Carolina basketball coach, ‘Jimmy V’ once said, “My father gave me the greatest gift anyone could give another person: he believed in me.” There’s a lot to be said about the special powers of parental encouragement.
What’s Your Memorial Day Destination This Year?
Memorial Day is the U.S. holiday dedicated to honoring the lives lost of the military men and women who proudly served our country to protect our freedoms.
If you suffer from Crohn's disease, you understand the difficulties of choosing the right meal option. While you may have to actively manage your diet, it is possible to have a nutritional diet plan providing the calories you need, while making sure your Crohn's symptoms don't flare up.
With the beginning of spring, warm weather, and the hint of summer right around the corner, this time of year can be a bright spot after the dreary cold of winter. However, with warmer weather can come seasonal issues with your patients’ care, especially when their bladder control problems can cause issues with their sleep quality as well.
With today’s sky-rocketing medical costs and expenses, making the effort to gather information on diaper reimbursement could be eye-opening. You may even discover hidden financial benefits that you or one of your family members could be aided by if you consistently purchase bladder control products.
Ever wonder how to manage Crohn’s disease? Could it be contributing to other aspects of your health? Crohn’s disease is a chronic inflammatory disease that affects the colon and GI tract. While there is no cure and Crohn’s can be difficult to live with, it’s important to understand some potential symptoms so you can better manage it.
Struggling with nightly incontinence? You are not alone. According to the National Association for Continence, approximately 25 million Americans are affected by bladder control. It’s very possible that this number is even higher, since many adults find it difficult and embarrassing to discuss bed-wetting with medical professionals.
Do you ever wonder how urinary incontinence was managed 500 years ago? What did people do before the invention of thin, convenient, disposable briefs? And what does our future hold?