What Can I Do To Help With My Incontinence

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How do you fix incontinence? Well, it depends on what you mean by 'how do you fix incontinence'. Do you mean how do you cure it? Or how do you treat it? Or how do you prevent it? Or something else?

So let's start at the beginning...

First of all, we need to talk about the word 'incontinence' and what it means. Because, whatever it means to you, there are a lot of people out there who use the word in a completely different way.

For most of us, incontinence happens when we really have to go to the toilet, but we can't make it in time. So we leak or wet ourselves. And it's often called 'stress incontinence because it happens whenever there's a sudden change in pressure inside the body – like when you sneeze, laugh, or exercise.

But some people use the word 'incontinence' differently. To them, incontinence is about leaving your house without wearing pants that are clean enough for other people to see. Or wear pants that are clean enough for other people to see without feeling embarrassed about doing so. And to them, it may also be about having the courage and confidence to wear whatever you want without worrying about whether your clothes will get wet or stained if you have an accident.

So, when we talk about 'how do you fix incontinence', I'm talking about how you get rid of stress incontinence. We're not talking about the kind of visual problems that might stop people from wearing jeans without their feet covered up or wearing a bikini on a public beach. (Though some of our programs may still help with those kinds of concerns. If they do, we'll tell you precisely.)

That aside...

So how do you fix incontinence? Well, we've got many programs and ebooks and downloads and videos and things to help with that. And we think our members would agree that they work pretty well. But what I want to tell you about today is a little known trick that will help prevent stress incontinence without wasting your time, spending your money or having to go anywhere near our ebooks or videos. (And it's something that I use myself whenever I'm feeling stressed. So it's definitely worth knowing about.)

So...

You can do a few things to help protect yourself from stress incontinence without buying our programs or learning how to use our devices. (And this one tip is completely free.) And it's something that I've used myself for some time now. So I want to spill the beans on it before I give you all the details…

Here goes...

Do you spend a lot of time working out? If so, then you might have found your body reacting – for instance – by responding with a sudden surge of adrenaline when your heart starts racing, and blood pressure rises. And there's probably nothing you can do about that. After all, you're not in control of your body's hormone system or nervous system. You can't make your heart beat faster or slower. You can't make the adrenaline flow through your veins. (At least not unless you inject it.)

But there is something you can do...

You can reduce the volume of fluid inside your lower body...

And that's the key to helping to prevent stress incontinence.

The most important thing that you can do is to keep yourself properly hydrated. Especially when you're working out hard and sweating buckets. So, for example, if you're doing heavy weight training, drink plenty of water before you start and drink plenty more after you finish each workout session. (And if it's hot outside, then do more of that.)