13 Alternative Therapies for Overactive Bladder


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2. Biofeedback

Biofeedback can help you to identify your pelvic floor muscles. Strong pelvic floor muscles reduce spasms and prevent incontinence. Many women have a difficult time identifying the correct muscles that need toning for control of OAB symptoms. Biofeedback can ensure that you are training the correct muscles and performing your exercises optimally.

If you use biofeedback consistently, it will provide you with visible proof that you are strengthening your muscles. That can serve as a motivational factor. You may be more likely to stick with your exercises. Biofeedback is provided with an array of manual and mechanical devices.

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