Did you know that more than 19 million American women suffer from urinary incontinence? If that includes you, you’re not alone. And you probably believe you have to live with it. But that’s no longer true since EmsellaTM appeared on the scene!
Are you wondering why you’ve not heard of Emsella? It’s because bladder leakage is still taboo in our society, even though the problem affects half of all women over 50. There’s also much misinformation and shame surrounding the subject.
We’ll cover everything about female urinary incontinence, including
- symptoms, and
- the usual treatment.
And then we’ll tell you about Emsella.
But first, let’s backtrack and talk about incontinence itself.
What is Urinary Incontinence?
The issue is usually related to the overall health of your pelvic floor – “floor” refers to the region in your body that has essential muscles to support your pelvic organs and control continence. When those muscles lose strength, you can also lose the ability to control your bladder properly all the time.
As a result, you may experience urinary incontinence in different ways and intensities. But overall, it dramatically affects your quality of life and sexual satisfaction. The main types include:
1 Stress urinary incontinence
Leaks happen when your bladder is under stress, which could result from actions like laughing, coughing, exercising, carrying weight, or sneezing. We know how embarrassing this is for you – so please don’t fear to discuss it with us.
2 Urge incontinence
If you suffer from this kind of incontinence, you constantly consider where the nearest toilet is – because when you feel the sudden and intense urge to pee, you won’t have time to go far.
Suffering from urge incontinence can also lead you to refusing to go out or having to constantly wear pads to avoid accidents. We understand how socially restrictive this can be. That’s why we’re introducing Emsella today!
3 Overflow incontinence
4 Total incontinence
This describes the total inability to store urine in the bladder, causing constant leaks.
What Can Trigger Urinary Incontinence?
You may suffer from one or more types of urinary incontinence simultaneously, triggered by different health conditions or natural body changes, such as:
- Pregnancy and childbirth
- Family history of incontinence
- Being overweight
- Prostate and urethra health
- Natural body aging and menopause
In addition to the embarrassment and social problems caused by leakages, urine incontinence can also decrease sexual satisfaction in women due to the loosening of the pelvic floor muscles. But it’s not irreversible.
First Line of Defense: Pelvic Floor Exercises
The first line of defense has always been to strengthen and tighten your pelvic floor muscles.
That’s because obesity, pregnancy, or vaginal birth all exert pressure that loosens those muscles, so they need some workouts to get them back in shape!
- Simply contract and release those muscles 10 to 15 times in a row – repeat often, maybe while doing chores.
- Squeeze and hold the squeeze for a few seconds – and repeat as above.
You can do both these exercises alone – but make sure you’re doing them right.
A good test to identify if you’re doing them correctly is trying to stop the pee flow, then letting it go naturally. You should see an improvement over a few months if you do exercises often and correctly.
But what if there were a way to use a little help from technology and get better and faster results?
That’s where Emsella enters the picture!
Emsella to the Rescue!
In this way, it
- stimulates the entire region and musculature,
- rehabilitates weak pelvic muscles, and
- restores neuromuscular control.
Does that sound too good to be true? It’s not! It’s 21st-century medicine, and it’s now available to you at Nava Health.
How Does Emsella Work?
You may find it hard to believe after all that talk of Kegels, but the procedure is as simple and comfortable as sitting fully dressed in a chair and enjoying some me-time with a cup of coffee and a book for half an hour.
That’s because Emsella is a medical device in the shape of a chair. Seriously! The chair delivers thousands of contractions into the pelvic floor while you sit there.
You’ll probably feel some tingling and contractions, but you can resume your normal activities straight afterwards.
What About Results – Are They Permanent?
Results are exceptional. After the first two or three sessions, you’ll notice some strengthening of your pelvic floor and a significant improvement in your bladder control and sexual life.
But results also depend on the level of your incontinence. If it’s mild, you should be good to go with only six 28-minute sessions – at a frequency of two per week.
However, you might need some extra sessions if you suffer from severe urinary incontinence.
Results are long-lasting rather than permanent. As with any muscle, you’ll need to keep your part of the deal by exercising or taking maintenance sessions after a year.
How Nava Can Help You
Nava Health takes a functional approach to integrative wellness. We’re always up to date with the latest non-invasive technologies to make you feel and look your best – providing breakthrough treatments that address your problems from the root cause.
That’s why we provide Emsella treatment for female urinary incontinence.
Nava Health‘s medical doctors and clinical team specialize in helping everyone live life at 100%. Nava is proud to offer the most efficient, effective, and non-invasive treatment to address a pervasive problem with discretion.
Emsella is an easy, effective, and non-invasive treatment to empower and rejuvenate your social life and intimate health. Schedule your consultation today!