Urine Incontinence

Urine incontinence is a prevalent issue, affecting approximately 50% of adult women. This condition extends beyond mere medical implications, significantly impacting emotional, psychological, and social aspects of life. Several factors contribute to urinary incontinence, as revealed by extensive studies.

Causes of Urine Incontinence

Aging is a significant risk factor, with urinary incontinence being more common in elderly individuals. In women, factors such as pregnancy, childbirth, and the number of children can increase susceptibility. Postmenopausal women, due to the decline in estrogen levels, are also prone to developing urinary incontinence. Interestingly, taking estrogen has not proven effective in managing this condition.

Men with prostate problems face an elevated risk of urinary incontinence.

Certain medications are associated with the condition, while others exacerbate its symptoms. Poor overall health, indicated by conditions like diabetes, stroke, high blood pressure, and smoking, can also contribute to urinary incontinence. Additionally, obesity is linked to an increased likelihood of developing this condition, although losing weight can mitigate its effects by improving bladder function.

How LMNT Sanjeevani Helps:

By enhancing blood supply to the pelvic muscles, LMNT Sanjeevani strengthens weakened muscles, often degenerated due to acidic pH levels in the blood. This restoration of homeostatic balance plays a crucial role. LMNT Sanjeevani techniques also stimulate the nerves connecting the brain and bladder, enhancing coordination between the two. Furthermore, it strengthens and tightens the sphincter muscles of the bladder.

The Therapy addresses vitamin deficiencies, essential for nerve function, by improving digestion. In postmenopausal women, it can stimulate estrogen production, rectifying hormonal imbalances that often lead to urinary incontinence. Additionally, LMNT Sanjeevani treats Urinary Tract Infections, a common cause of incontinence, offering a comprehensive approach to managing this condition.



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