Seniors Bladder Control Exercise -
The link to the TECHNIQUE INSTRUCTIONS to control your bladder problem is at the bottom of the page, but you'll benefit reading the following information about your bladder before going on....
The muscle supporting your bladder is the Pelvic Floor which is also a significant core muscle. Exercising the muscle will help control your bladder problem.
Pelvic floor bladder-control exercise is easy. All it takes is a little practice and commitment to doing them. Do them, and you'll control your bladder in no time.
Before you move on to the actual bladder control exercise technique, it is useful to review the risk factors involved with lack of control and weakness of the pelvic floor muscles, to ensure that you don't exacerbate the problem too much while building up strength with exercise.
It can be very embarassing in the company of others when you have a lack of control, BUT, all is not lost. It is not only a problem for seniors, but also athletes who perform excessive exercise.
Feeling at ease in a social situation can happen when you perform this bladder control exercise.
The following are risk factors you may encounter:
So, how do I do pelvic floor exercises? Click here on this link:
Pelvic Floor Technique where you'll find the full exercise instructions. You have a couple of exercise options, so read instructions carefully. You'll truly benefit.
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