How To Deal With Menopause-Related Incontinence

Remember To Relax

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Stress has many impacts on the body; one of them being incontinence. Being incontinent causes stress for many women, and even shame. They feel shame at having to use special panties or sanitary pads to hide their problem. It is stressful to always wonder if they’re going to have an accident. Having to deal with incontinence can often make a woman feel as though she does not have control of her own body. For women who are simultaneously experiencing menopause, this can make an already difficult situation feel much worse. Taking the time to relax, and to go for treatments that help the body, mind, and spirit relax can reduce the impact that incontinence can have on a woman.

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