You Can Win the Battle Against Menopause and Incontinence

50% of women are affected by bladder leaks during and after menopause. Why? Put simply, menopause causes your ovaries to stop producing oestrogen AKA the hormone your pelvic floor muscles need to stay healthy and tight. Just another thing to add to the list of menopause side effects, right? Nope! While menopause may be an unavoidable part of life, suffering from incontinence doesn’t have to be.

How to Manage Bladder Weakness During Menopause

Drink More Water

Yes, you read that correctly. While drinking more water may seem counterproductive to your goal of not leaking, dehydrating yourself will actually exacerbate the issue. However, you should do your best to limit your intake of coffee, tea, and other caffeinated beverages, as they can increase your urgency and frequency of urination.

Regular Exercise

You’re probably asking yourself, “If sneezing and coughing trigger leaks, then how on Earth can I be expected to exercise?” Well, we have an answer: Extra weight around a person’s middle can put pressure on the pelvic floor muscles, leading to more leaks. That said, it’s imperative to maintain an active lifestyle with low-impact exercises, like yoga, walking, or swimming.

Strengthen Your Pelvic Floor

This is where INNOVO comes in. Instead of doing Kegel exercises seven days a week for four to six months (as your doctor would likely suggest), let our technology put a stop to your incontinence once and for all. INNOVO is FDA-cleared to treat the root cause of incontinence by effortlessly strengthening your pelvic floor from home! Slip on the shorts and let them do the hard work for you. INNOVO delivers 180 perfect Kegels in just 30 minutes. Use 30-minutes a day, 5 days a week and see results in just 4 weeks!