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Overactive Bladder

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Tired of the frequent bathroom trips? Do you leak urine when you’re only sitting or engaging in everyday physical activities?

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An overactive bladder can keep you from making the most of your work and personal life. Don’t let it take over. There are non-surgical treatments available to control the leak and regain your confidence.

When Passing Urine Puts You in Uncomfortable Situations

The sudden and frequent need to urinate can make you feel uneasy. 

You might be avoiding long-haul trips, being far from a bathroom, and getting together with friends or relatives. 

An overactive bladder may cause you to pee your pants, and preventing these situations can cause loneliness or reduced self-esteem.

Lifestyle and behavioural changes can manage symptoms. But if you’ve been trying to do so and results still seem elusive, science-backed procedures can deliver long-term results.

Why is Urine Difficult to Control for Some?

The urine comes from the kidneys and is drained through the bladder. It passes through a tube called the urethra, where the sphincter opens to release urine. 

The nerves send signals to the brain when the bladder is full, and it’s time to urinate. They're also responsible for coordinating with the pelvic floor muscles. These muscles relax while the bladder tightens to squeeze urine out. 

Normally, you can wait or hold your urine even after the brain has sent signals that the bladder has to empty. But with an overactive bladder, you can lose control.

An overactive bladder can interfere with your quality time with loved ones. The urgent need to go can disrupt your daily routine and cause you to isolate yourself.

Treatment takes about 30 minutes per area. Approximately five to fifteen sessions spaced 8-10 weeks apart are needed to achieve optimal results. The number of treatments you will need will also depend on how long you have had your tattoo, its size, and colour(s).

Some Causes of Overactive Bladder

  • Infection. A urinary tract infection (UTI) can irritate and cause the bladder to suddenly pass urine.
  • Weak pelvic floor muscles. The bladder can stretch due to pregnancy and childbirth. This can cause urine to leak. 
  • Excess weight. Excess weight can strain the bladder and result in urges to urinate that you can’t ignore.
  • Nerve damage. The brain fails to communicate signals, which causes the bladder to release urine uncontrollably. Nerve damage can be attributed to various medical conditions like Parkinson's disease.
  • Medications. Medications can leave the nerves dull and cause bladder leaks.

Overcoming an Overactive Bladder

An overactive bladder is common, but it’s not a normal part of aging. Making changes to your lifestyle can minimize symptoms. 

Limiting the intake of food and beverages that trigger bladder symptoms, maintaining a healthy weight, drinking plenty of water, and pelvic floor exercise can help.

If you’re looking for more convenient and effective long-term solutions, consider Tempsure Vitalia.

Get Going with Tempsure Vitalia

Tempsure Vitalia is a non-surgical, radiofrequency procedure designed to improve wellness. It’s FDA-approved for rejuvenating small, hard-to-reach areas. 

Urinary incontinence can happen to anyone, and Vitalia works to reverse symptoms and reduce unwanted body changes. 

The radiofrequency heats the vaginal walls to produce collagen fibres and tighten the skin. Stimulating collagen levels can improve hydration and elasticity in the vaginal wall

Talk to Esthetic and Wellness Professionals Today

Always rushing to the bathroom to pass urine and often failing to get there in time? 

Professionals can treat your overactive bladder. 

Book a consultation to understand your symptoms and know if Tempsure Vitalia is right for you.

Get in touch with us today to book your complimentary consultation. Call Muto Beauty (403) 498-7776

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