Root cause of incontinence

Understanding the root cause of incontinence is key to overcoming it. 

New emerging scientific studies show the prevalence of Scar tissue within the pelvic area as the primary cause of pelvic dysfunction including symptoms of incontinence of all types. The scar tissue plays a key part in creating an overly tense pelvic floor.

Particularly, in your pelvic fascia. The fascia is a connective tissue that surrounds and supports muscles, organs, and other structures in the body, playing a crucial role in maintaining structural integrity and facilitating movement.

The scar tissue weakens the nerves, fascia and muscles responsible for bladder control, making it hard for your brain to communicate with your bladder, exacerbating the problem even further. 

Scar Tissue can be formed due to trauma, stress, birth or pregnancy related events, hormonal changes, and lifestyle factors or similar. 

Do you recognise this? Is this you?

It is so strange that science is just beginning to catch up yet we still get recommended Kegels all the time!

Can I also blow your mind with this statement: your rib cage, abdomen and pelvic area are all connected. So you can work your whole body to start getting your health back faster and for real.

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