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Bladder health is something that many Americans take seriously, and rightly so. If you suffer from bladder issues, it can be hard to go about your daily life, enjoying it to its fullest and delighting in one of life’s simplest joys- laughter. Did you know that if you laugh around a hundred times during the day, you get the same benefits as fifteen minutes of exercise on a stationary bike? If you’re using Healthy Bladder Plus™, chances are you can...

If you’re experiencing bladder issues, you may have tried a number of different options in an attempt to see what helps. If you’re anything like us, putting chemicals into your body doesn’t seem like something you’d want to do on a regular basis, which is why Healthy Bladder Plus™ makes it a point to use only natural ingredients. We’ve previously given you ingredient profiles (check here for part one and here for part two), but today we’d like to go...

The human body is approximately 70 percent water, and in order to operate properly it needs constant hydration. That’s a problem for women who suffer from bladder control problems. As we all know, if liquid goes in, liquid is bound to come out and for those who are tired of rushing to the restroom or dealing with leaks; liquid is the enemy. In our research on how to alleviate bladder problems in women, we’ve learned that excessive hydration isn’t the only...

We’re always surprised by how many women are simply resigned to the fact that they’ll develop bladder leakage problems as they get older. There are many different kinds of incontinence, with different causes and symptoms, and it’s no secret that they become more likely and pronounced as women age. But why exactly are bladder health issues associated with old age, and what bladder leakage solutions are available for the older woman? Keep reading to discover a few of the reasons...

Adults are funny about bodily functions. Though we all urinate and move our bowels, very few of us ever want to talk about it, even with our doctor or close friend. Instead, women might do a little searching on the internet to see if their bladder problems are normal. We might even stumble upon a few blogs or news articles that claim bladder problems are just a part of being a mom, and there’s nothing we can do about it. So,...

Women everywhere have been talking about THINX, the underwear that’s designed to set us free from tampons and maxi pads, not to mention the shame of leaking during menstruation. Made up of four ultra-thin, antimicrobial, moisture-wicking, leak-resistant, and absorbent micro-layers, THINX underwear can be worn all day during your period and are guaranteed not to spring a leak. They’re pretty incredible and we’ve yet to read a review in which THINX failed to live up to their stain-fighting potential. But what about...

You felt a little leakage the last time your best friend made you laugh so hard you snorted. Does that mean you have the same kind of incontinence as your friend who has to get out of bed at least twice a night to pee? Absolutely not. Bladder issues are as varied as the women who experience them, and not all incontinence issues have the same causes or symptoms. In this post, we’ll take a look at the five types of...

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, “More than 13 million women have diabetes, or about one in 10 women ages 20 and older.” There are several different types of diabetes, each with their own set of complications and symptoms. Fatigue, extreme thirst, blurred vision, and tingling in the hands and feet are well-known symptoms of both Type 1 and Type II diabetes, but fewer people realize that urinary incontinence issues are a consequence of diabetes, including frequent...

Bladder leakage isn’t something most women want to talk about. Instead of acknowledging the symptoms of an overactive bladder, or stress incontinence, most women choose to believe it’s just a normal consequence of getting old or having children. Too embarrassed to seek bladder leakage treatment, for fear or what their friends or family might think, they suffer in silence allowing bladder issues to dictate the things they can and cannot do. Healthy Bladder is here to tell you that bladder leakage isn’t...

Have you noticed that your bladder problems get worse during the week of your menstrual cycle? We’ve heard reports from dozens of women who swear that it’s harder to control their bladder when they’re on their period. Is there really a link between that time of the month and your ability to control bladder leakage? Health writer Jasmine Schmidt noticed these symptoms in her own life and decided to find out if she was unique, or whether there really was a...

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