Bladder Weakness Blog

What is Stress Incontinence?

Stress Incontinence is the term used when leaks involuntarily occur as a result of coughing,...

What is Urge Incontinence?

What is Urge Incontinence?

Urge Incontinence, also known as frequent urination or overactive bladder, refers to a sudden and uncontrollable urge to urinate, often with little warning.

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 of a Weak Pelvic Floor

5 Signs of 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...

What Are Kegel Exercises?

What Are Kegel Exercises?

The pelvic floor muscle is quite possibly the body's biggest unsung hero. It plays a crucial role in day-to-day functions including facilitating healthy toilet habits.

Waiting in Line for a Toilet is Our Most Frustrating Type of Queue

Waiting in Line for a Toilet is Our Most Frustrating Type of Queue

Innovo survey reveals waiting in line for the toilet is our most frustrating type of queue

The Environmental Cost of Continued Pad Use

The Environmental Cost of Continued Pad Use

Bladder weakness affects between 3-6 million people in the UK annually and with sales of incontinence products reaching £180 million in the UK alone in 2016

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).