With urinary incontinence, body weight also plays a significant role

Weight loss

Excess weight can be a contributing factor to many diseases. With urinary incontinence, body weight also plays a significant role. Because excess weight increases the pressure in the abdominal cavity and on the bladder, the pelvic floor is put under greater strain. They often suffer from what is referred to as stress incontinence. Experiencing an involuntary leakage of urine, particularly when doing a physical activity. Like lifting heavy objects, climbing steps, running, coughing and sneezing,. The reason for this is weakened pelvic floor muscles.

Losing weight relieves the pelvic floor of this extra strain. This is a good reason to aim for your normal weight.

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