“I’m just so excited to let people know it’s okay to talk about but this and that there finally is something out there that actually cures the problem,” the mom of three tells PEOPLE. “You put a pair of shorts on and you wear them for 30 minutes a day, five days a week for three months … It’s really simple and easy.”
Shannon Beador candidly talks about how stress urinary incontinence has affected her life, and what she is doing about it to treat it.
Dr. Nita stops by Studio 3K to talk with Sara Gore and Jacque Reid about important health topics women need to know about and how Innovo can help!
...incontinence is something she’s privately dealt with for the past 18 years. She’s tried to address the issue for years, but as fans know, Beador prefers natural and holistic treatments. She recently learned about the FDA-approved INNOVO® shorts that strengthen the pelvic floor. “So there’s finally a non-invasive method to end urinary incontinence,” she says.
"...when you use the INNOVO device you will get 180 perfect kegel contractions in each 30 minute session."
"...a new product on the market can be a game-changer. She shared that INNOVO, which resembles a pair of bike shorts, can strengthen that muscle. The shorts are a non-invasive, FDA-approved approach to resolve urinary incontinence."
So ladies - I’m here to share something I found that will allow you to say “buh-bye” to peeing yourself when you sneeze, laugh too hard, or workout too hard - moms...I know you feel me! #letspeehonest
I’ve often said that after you’ve had a baby, running a half-marathon should be called “peeing in your pants for 13.1 miles.” #LetsPeeHonest 🙃 I’ve partnered with @myINNOVO_US to break the stigma and talk about solutions...
... after 18 full minutes my son was born, and life we know it was never the same. My body was instantly in survival mode, and as a result, my bladder was weakened to the point that still to this day it can cause me problems. I was SO embarrassed, until I came across the @myinnovo_us brand, who told me that I AM NOT ALONE.
My main concern was how I wasn’t going to pee while I was running. After three kiddos, my pelvic floor just isn’t what it used to be. Those trendy trampoline workout classes - I can’t do them. Laughing too hard with friends - it’s risky. Even sneezing, for me, is a precarious situation.
Jumping jacks are not my friend, I cross my legs before I sneeze and when I hear something hilarious I hold my belly and pray. Hooray for 2019, there is a renewed women’s movement that has allowed for a confident new lady code...which I am totally here for! Women feel more confident to candidly and openly talk about their bodies.