Bladder Weakness Blog

What and Where is the Pelvic Floor?

The pelvic floor muscles play a crucial role in our day to day bodily function,...

Celebrating World Menopause Day!

Celebrating World Menopause Day!

The 18th October is World Menopause Day, an annual celebration day that focuses on raising awareness for the health concerns of women experiencing this significant life stage we know as ‘The...

Menopause Awareness Month!

Menopause Awareness Month!

September is Menopause Awareness Month, and so we’ve taken the opportunity to spread the word and help educate our visitors about Menopause and the Pelvic Floor.

Overactive Bladder - Causes and Treatment

Overactive Bladder - Causes and Treatment

Overactive Bladder (OAB), similar to frequent urination, is characterised by a sudden and often uncontrollable urge to urinate (more than 7 times in a day).

How To Stop Incontinence

How To Stop Incontinence

Let’s take a look at the various changes you can make to your diet and activity to help treat incontinence and bladder weakness.

What is Urinary Incontinence?

What is Urinary Incontinence?

Urinary Incontinence, also commonly referred to as bladder weakness or urinary leakage, is a loss of voluntary control over urination.

Frequent Urination: What is it, Causes & How to Treat?

Frequent Urination: What is it, Causes & How to Treat?

Frequent Urination or Overactive Bladder (OAB) is essentially having the urge to pass urine more often than usual.

5 Signs to Identify a Weak Pelvic Floor

5 Signs to Identify a Weak Pelvic Floor

Your pelvic floor is a key set of deep muscles situated in the pelvis. As this muscle is hidden from view, it’s easy to neglect it. A weak pelvic floor...

Does Vitamin D Effect Pelvic Floor Function?

Does Vitamin D Effect Pelvic Floor Function?

Recent health studies have shown that in women, the higher your vitamin D levels the lower your chance is of having a weak pelvic floor. 

5 Yoga Postures for Pelvic Floor Strength

5 Yoga Postures for Pelvic Floor Strength

While most of us have heard time and time again about the importance of pelvic floor exercises for building pelvic floor strength (and bladder control),