The muscles that control bladder functions weaken with age, which can lead to urinary incontinence. Urinary incontinence is a broad term for any incontinence caused by a problem with the bladder or the urethra, the tube that transports urine from the bladder to the outside of the body. The majority of incontinence is caused by weak muscles, also known as bladder weakness. Going to the bathroom is a completely routine and stress-free experience for most people, but for people with urinary incontinence, it can be stressful and even embarrassing. Fortunately, there are treatments that can help increase bladder muscle strength, reduce incontinence symptoms, and even cure the condition entirely.
1. The End Results Will Impress You
You may be having trouble controlling your bladder for a variety of reasons. When you strain your body or cough, you will experience leaks and accidents if you have stress urinary incontinence. This type of incontinence is common after pregnancy weakens the muscles in your pelvic floor. Furthermore, the muscles in this area of your body may change as you age or go through menopause.
Emsella can be an excellent treatment for this type of urinary problem. During your treatments, you will sit on a special device that uses electromagnetic energy to strengthen the muscles causing your urinary problems. This treatment is effective, and you should notice significant improvements in your accidents and leaking issues once you complete your treatment plan.
If you are experiencing leakage, VSPOT has a life-changing, noninvasive treatment called BTL Emsella, which can help you regain your confidence and reduce your chances of having a “accident.”
What causes urinary incontinence?
You have stress incontinence if urine leaks out when you exercise, laugh, sneeze, or cough. These actions put pressure on your bladder, which causes some urine to leak. This is extremely common, and you are not alone in what you are experiencing.
What Exactly Is Urinary Incontinence?
The loss of bladder control is referred to as urinary incontinence. Involuntary or uncontrollable bladder leaks result from this lack of control. Urinary incontinence is classified into five types:
- Urge incontinence
- Stress incontinence
- Mixed incontinence
- Overflow incontinence
- Functional (neurogenic) incontinence