How To Keep Up With Your Kids, Work, Life Without Stressing About Leakage? A Few Tips To Stop Your Incontinence

As a busy mom, you’re the one who keeps things running in your household.  

Between handling the kids, work, and keeping the house in order, it can be challenging to find time to take care of yourself. 

I appreciate how frustrating it is when you’re not able to do all those things as your bladder leakage limits your abilities.  

The longer you mask this problem instead of treating it, the more it will affect your daily life.  

Not being able to keep up with your kids, work out, or even get out of the house without thinking about the nearest bathroom must be very stressful and upsetting.  

However, it doesn’t have to control your life or hold you back from doing what needs to be done.  

Read this blog to learn about what you can do to help your situation and get back to enjoying your busy life stress-free.

The Best Tips For Urgency Incontinence 

If you’ve been suffering from urinary incontinence that’s been controlling your life and not letting you enjoy being an active mom, then I understand how you feel.  

I’ve seen many women who were hiding in their houses, limiting their social lives, and just doing less and less because they were scared and embarrassed that others would see their leakage.  

You don’t need to live a life like this, and there are some things you can do to help relieve this stressful and uncomfortable problem.  

Take Care of Your Pelvic Floor 

One of the most common reasons why women experience bladder leakage is because of a weak pelvic floor.  

Pregnancy, childbirth, and ageing can all weaken these muscles, which help control the flow of urine. 

You can strengthen your pelvic floor muscles with exercises by starting physical therapy with an expert who helped many women before. 

Watch What You Drink 

Certain drinks, including coffee, tea, alcohol, and carbonated beverages, can irritate the bladder and increase the need to urinate frequently.  

Avoiding these drinks or reducing your consumption of them can help decrease the frequency of leakage.  

Drinking plenty of water is essential to keep you hydrated and to flush out any bacteria that may cause urinary tract infections. 

Plan Ahead 

When you’re out and about, make sure you know where the restrooms are.  

Planning ahead can help reduce anxiety and worry about leakage.  

It’s not the cure for your problem, but it’s a good start and it will help you slowly get back to doing things you used to enjoy like going to the park with kids.  

 Start Physical Therapy  

A lot of women don’t realize this, and maybe you didn’t know as well, but there are pelvic floor specialists who can help you get rid of your problem naturally.  

As a physical therapist, I’ve worked with thousands of women treating their pelvic floor through a variety of exercises, and I can help you too.  

Don’t wait too long before bladder incontinence gets in the way of life, act now and get back to living your life to the fullest.  

Take The Next Step To Be Healthy & Active Again 

Are you struggling with incontinence, looking for solutions, and wondering what the next steps are in treating this problem?

Then feel free to schedule a free phone consult, or contact us to arrange a $57 Incontinence Screening. You can also feel free to give us a call at 816.607.3747 (We still like to talk on the phone!)

We love to keep people in Lee’s Summit, mobile, active, and off pain pills – let our expertise go to work for you to help you stay happy and healthy.

Don’t forget, you can schedule a no-obligation (and free!) phone consult or visit us at our Lee’s Summit clinic as part of your $57 Incontinence Screening. Or just give us a call at 816.607.3747.

Other Free Resources To Help With Incontinence

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Dr. Katy Rush

The Perfect Pelvis

"We Help Active Adults & Athletes Get Back To Workouts and Sports They Enjoy without surgery, stopping activities they love, or relying on pain medicine."