Managing your OAB with relaxation may not have been your first thought but relaxation techniques are abundant and effective.
Overactive Bladder Living
Studies have shown that the less you understand your condition, the harder it is to manage. Start by breaking through these misconceptions about OAB.
Physiotherapy for OAB can help you retrain your bladder with targeted exercises and a schedule that suits your particular OAB discomforts.
Learning how to get a range of nutrients, stay hydrated, and enjoy foods for overactive bladder will make a big difference in your daily symptoms.
Less stress means less risk of incontinence, which translates to less oab embarrassment.
Herbs for overactive bladder can reduce irritability of the tissues in the bladder and promote relaxation.
Alternative therapies may help to reduce irritability of bladder tissues, urgency and lessen episodes of incontinence and reducing stress related to OAB.