Archive for the ‘Research’ Category

Erectile Dysfunction Study Supporting Pelvic Floor Muscle Strengthening

Sunday, February 21st, 2010

A reliable study promotes pelvic floor muscle strengthening as a first-line approach for resolving erectile dysfunction.  In this study the men who performed pelvic floor muscle exercise had significantly improved erectile function – 75% of men regained normal erectile function or showed improved function.

Order The Bladder Cure today, for your complete guided program for progressive pelvic floor muscle strengthening.  Buy now.

p.s. The women in your life can alleviate symptoms of bladder leaking with the same program.

Relaxation for Overactive Bladder & Incontinence. Why?

Saturday, January 16th, 2010

Intentionally slowing your breathing rate has overflow effects for your bladder muscle (and heart rate too).  All three body functions are interconnected via the autonomic nervous system.  Stress puts our bodies in a heightened, over-reactive state causing all these body functions to rev up.  In turn, reducing internal stress by slowing your breathing rate calms the bladder muscle and slows your heart rate.  With practice you may notice your bladder spasms subside.  This calming effect can be gained by following the breathing exercises,  found on “The Bladder Cure” DVD, by meditation, yoga or aerobic exercise.

There is growing medical support for the mind-body connection in bladder issues.  Dr. Aaron Michelfelder, MD, of Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine found, “The mind-body connection has proven to be particularly valuable for women suffering from incontinence.”

Helping others to help themselves.

Karen Sebastian, MSPT