|25% of those incontinent are men|
Behavioral treatments are commonly used to help with incontinence as they do prove to be quite effective for many people. With the behavioral treatments you need to look at things like bladder training and strengthening your bladder muscles through Kegel exercises. The bladder exercises you will use often cause you to use the restroom at certain times throughout the day and to restrict your fluid intake at other times. Your goal is to work on teaching the bladder to hold in the urine and when it needs to release it.
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