Stress inconsistency is a condition when the bladder stops functioning normally. There are a number of people who suffer from a weak bladder from time to time when they laugh, cough or sneeze. These actions put a sudden stress on the bladder and when the bladder is not supported by strong muscles the sphincter can lose control and the urine might flow resulting in a bladder weakness.
It is not that only old people suffer from this condition, it is seen that many young and active and healthy people also suffer from this syndrome. However, there are a number of ways in which the bladder weakness can be managed. It is important that you should take the signs of bladder weakness seriously but the condition is perfectly normal and especially in women above the age of 30.
One of the most common reasons for weak bladder is natural childbirth. This can result in affecting the pelvic support of the urethra and also the sphincter muscles of the urethra. It is also possible that it is caused even during pregnancy and also as a result of hormonal changes at the time of menopause. The other reasons can be undergoing a pelvic surgery or a valve leakage at the bottom of the bladder. It can also be a result of a complicated neurological system that takes control of the bladder. Having a weak bladder can be considered as a part of a woman but it can surely be managed with a positive attitude and by following a few simple steps.
• The pelvic floor exercises are a good way of managing stress inconsistence. Lie or sit down and breathe in a normal way. Now imagine that you are trying to control the urine and keep yourself from breaking wind. Have the muscles of your buttocks and thighs relaxed and start with doing 10 short sets where you will hold breath for a second and then release for a second followed by 10 long sets where you will hold for 10 seconds and release for 10 seconds. Follow this three times a day for almost three to four months.
• There are a number of pelvic toning devices that you can find in the market. One of these includes Neen’s Aquaflex pelvic floor muscle exercise system. Following this for 20 minutes a day for three months can help you overcome the problem.
• You can also try holding the flow of your urine when you visit the washroom. This will result in strengthening of the muscles.
• You can also use a specialist protection pad.
• Make sure that you drink lots of water at least 2 to 2.5 liters per day so that you can get rid of irritants from the body like caffeine that increase the urge of urination.
• Keep yourself within the healthy body weight as excess of weight puts pressure on the bladder and this can result in making the stress inconsistence worse.
• It is important to practice the breathing and relaxation technique to help yourself cope up with the condition of stress inconsistence.
Stress inconsistence is a very common problem and can be brought under control with the help of regular exercises and self-developed techniques.