Bladder Symptoms are Treatable – Pass it on!

March 2nd, 2010

70-80% of urinary incontinence and overactive bladder is treatable with lifestyle changes and focused exercises – it’s not just Kegels anymore.  With an estimated one in three people living with embarrassing bladder symptoms everyone knows someone who needs this information.

New Moms -Though bladder leaking is fairly common immediately following child birth, 30% of women continue with unresolved bladder leaking 6 months after giving birth.  Seek treatment early to avoid a lifetime of leaking.

Men – Men may not experience incontinence until later in life but seeking treatment early can minimize symptoms.  Erectile dysfunction can be improved with pelvic floor muscle exercise too.

Seniors – Though incontinence is not a normal part of aging, as we become less active and our muscles weaken our symptoms may become worse.  Stay active and seek treatment early to avoid loss of bladder control.

Order The Bladder Cure today!  To regain the freedom, confidence and control you deserve.  Buy now.

Erectile Dysfunction Study Supporting Pelvic Floor Muscle Strengthening

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.

Erectile Dysfunction and Pelvic Floor Muscle Strength

February 19th, 2010

Did you know that your pelvic floor muscles play a significant role in sexual function?

Your pelvic floor muscles aid with maintaining erection and during ejaculation. Keeping your pelvic floor muscles strong will enable you to perform to your satisfaction well into your upper years of life.   The pelvic floor muscles also play a role in bladder control, low back health, and standing balance.  The same exercises can benefit you in multiple ways.

The Bladder Cure DVD takes you through progressive strengthening of  your pelvic “core” which includes your pelvic floor muscles, lower abdominal muscles, and hip muscles.  Learning to work these muscles as a group will result in the best strength and overall function.

Order your copy of The Bladder Cure DVD today.  Buy now.

The Bladder Cure, Whoopi’s Webisodes, Drug Ads – The Message to You?

February 18th, 2010

You can conquer the symptoms of bladder leaking and urinary incontinence!

The Bladder Cure DVD program is your solution for alleviating embarrassing symptoms of bladder leaking.  Women and men!  Buy now.

Whoopi’ s Webisodes. As always Whoopi makes us laugh and see life’s little situations in a whole new light.  MUST WATCH! HILARIOUS!!   For your protection try POISE pads for bladder leaking.

With an estimated 25-30% of people suffering, we all know someone who needs this information.  Pass it on!

The Bladder Cure DVD, order today!  To regain the freedom, confidence and control you deserve.

(Not endorsed by Whoopi or POISE)

Radio Interview! on “Coping with Caregiving”

February 6th, 2010


Listen to Karen Sebastian on the Coping with Caregiving radio program, scroll to segment #2 .  The host, Jacqueline Marcell, is the author of ElderRage.  (Internet radio help here.)

“A Top Reason Adult Children Institutionalize Aging Parents – Urinary Incontinence”

Incontinence Revisited – article

February 3rd, 2010

Published article for general reference and treatment tips – Who’s not talking, Recommendations to make, Questions to ask patients, Facts and statistics.

Click link below:

Karen Sebastian, MSPT

Relaxation & Overactive bladder: How it helps

January 31st, 2010

Focused relaxation and meditation calm the nervous system.  Practicing such techniques has been shown to be beneficial for relieving bladder spasms and urinary incontinence.

Link to study report:

Use the news: An easy to follow breathing technique for relaxation is included in The Bladder Cure DVD.  Order today!

Helping others to help themselves.

Karen Sebastian, MSPT

Why do I still have urges?

January 27th, 2010

User question:  “I have been following The Bladder Cure program, why do I still have urges?”

Question to user:  Are you having fewer urges now than before using the program?

User answer: “Well, yes, but when I have to go, I have to go.”

Explanation:  We all have a point of no return with our bladder; when it is truly time to empty.  Your measure of success is whether or not the frequency of the urges has declined.  Repeating the Behavior Tracker 4-6 weeks after starting the program will help you see how much progress you have made.  Keep up the good work!

Helping others to help themselves.

Karen Sebastian, MSPT

Radio Show Press Release

January 22nd, 2010

Click and look for details.

A Top Reason Children Institutionalize Aging Parents

Helping others to help themselves.

Karen Sebastian, MSPT

Relaxation for Overactive Bladder & Incontinence. Why?

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