The Connection Between Mental Health and Urinary Incontinence

Most of us know by now that there is a strong connection between the body and mind. If one is out of sync, it is likely to impact the other. In this video, Charisse Balance, a San Francisco-based pelvic floor physical therapist, discusses the mind-body connection we have (or can have) with our pelvic floor

Charisse talks about why we should bring awareness to the region, especially if you’re suffering from urinary incontinence. When our pelvic floor muscles aren’t working properly, which can sometimes be a result of a mind-body disconnect, you may experience light bladder leakage that is both preventable and treatable.

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