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Conquering Incontinence : A New and Physical Approach to a Freer Lifestyle - Peter Dornan

Conquering Incontinence

A New and Physical Approach to a Freer Lifestyle


Published: 21st December 2012
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Rooted in a deep understanding of physical health, this guide offers a range of treatments and exercises designed to help those who suffer from incontinence achieve greater freedom and more confident lifestyles. Utilizing important new research, this guide encourages incontinence victims to engage in a vigorous routine of physical activity designed to increase circulation and muscular control of the abdominal and pelvic region. Building on that base of good physical health, patients are then emboldened to make the lifestyle changes necessary to achieve lasting relief from the stigma associated with incontinence.

FiguresGlossaryAcknowledgementsIntroductionPart 1 Anatomy and physiology: The bladder and the lower urinary tractHow it worksPart II Incontinence: Causes and treatmentsWhat causes incontinenceConventional treatment options for stress incontinencePart III Behavioural intervention: A new and physical approach: Taking controlUrge incontinence and bladder trainingPart IV Cancer and Incontinence: The psychological and social effectsDealing with the demons: Cancer, depression and beyondErectile dysfunction: The meaning of manhoodBibliographyAppendix: Pilot study resultsIndex

ISBN: 9781741153378
ISBN-10: 1741153379
Format: ePUB
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 132
Published: 21st December 2012
Edition Number: 1