Do you leak when you sneeze?by Steph Macshannon
Do you find yourself leaking urine when you sneeze, cough, laugh, run, etc.? Not being able to leave the house without having to bring extra incontinence pads and a change of clothes?
Have you stopped doing the activities you love, in fear you might leak in public?
In this blog we will explore some of the reasons this may be happening and what you can do to help improve the leaking. No one should have to suffer in silence or to feel embarrassed. It is very common but not normal (regardless of what certain incontinence pad companies would want you to think).
- bladder incontinence
- bladder leaks when running
- bladder training
- bladder weakness
- faecal incontinence
- giving up exercise because of bladder leaks
- how can i avoid urinary incontinence
- stop bladder leaks
- stress incontinence solutions
- urinary incontinence
- what causes bladder leaks
- what causes incontinence
- what is urinary incontinence
- why have I got bladder leaks
Can Incontinence Cause Depression?by Steph MacshannonBladder problems and faecal incontinence can be difficult to cope with and can completely alter your life and day-to-day activities. Sneezing, coughing, laughing, running, and jumping are just some examples of activities that can worry someone with incontinence. That all too common moment of panic when your bladder or bowel leaks are bound to affect your mood and mental well-being. In this blog, we will explore just how much incontinence or bladder issues can affect your mental health.