Apply These 10 Secrets Today and Say Goodbye to Peeing Your Pants in Public
Without Having to See Your Doctor or Use Harmful Drugs. All Natural and Fast-Acting.
By Dr. Lilly Bojic, DPT
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For over 20 years, Lilly has helped people say goodbye to embarrassing urinary incontinence. They now enjoy their life without the fear of embarrassing episodes in public. They gained their confidence back and opened up their life for more sports activities, better relationships, more outings and an overall enjoyment of life. Their appreciation and gratitude has inspired her to publish this free report so others may benefit from her knowledge.
She is the founder of Lilly PT where his mission is to End Urinary Incontinence.
“I believe that the problem of leakage can kill a person’s social life, motivation and pursuit of happiness. After being freed from the chains of isolation and embarrassment I see the true person reawaken…and it’s glorious.”
Using the principles she teaches, Dr. Lilly gained the reputation as an expert in treating Women’s Health Issues. Her clinical methods are producing fast results in treating incontinence and pelvic pain while building high level of patient loyalty. She holds a Doctoral Degree in Physical Therapy from UW, Mastery Degree in Manual Therapy, and has years of experience treating, training, and mentoring. Her special interest is also in low back pain and she is the author of the soon to be published book “Back Pain Solution”. She is also the proud creator of the Physical Therapy Education Station software. Her special interest is in treating Musculoskeletal injury and pain and Woman’s Health conditions including pregnancy-related issues, sports injury rehabilitation, and spinal conditions including back, SI joint, and neck pain.
In this special report…
on saying goodbye to incontinence, I reveal secrets that most people are simply not aware of.
Even though a lot of advice and tips float through social media regarding leakage, most of it addresses only the symptoms and not the true cause.
I’ve personally suffered from incontinence (both stress and urgency) and have daughters who love Cross Fit, and I know how frustrating it can be to have no control over your bladder (especially in public).
The cold hard truth is that well-meaning doctors and other healthcare practitioners may be able to identify muscles and bones and have years of education treating human body in general… but they don’t understand how and why incontinence happens. Many of you were told that you have some leakage as normal part of aging, or being pregnant and therefore nothing can be done. The truth is that pelvic floor can get stronger at any age if you make an effort.
This report reveals how to actually get to the root cause of incontinence if you put in the time to read the entire report… and apply it.
It really doesn’t take much time to apply the secrets (under 3 minutes mostly) and it’s completely free.
You’ll be shocked to see how fast you start feeling better and the impact it can have on your spirit, energy, motivation and well-being.
I have to be completely honest with you and say…
without knowing your personal history and the details of your incontinence, I cannot tell you which of these will work best for you. And there are no guarantees that it will resolve your problem completely.
But what I do know is that with this knowledge in your hands, you are on your way to a brand-new outlook on life especially if you apply all, or most, of the secrets mentioned in this report.
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What others, just like you, have found MOST beneficial about this free exam is that they were able to discover:
- The true root cause of their problem and why they were not getting better.
- The single biggest mistake they were making that was ACTUALLY making their leakage worse.
- One simple exercise that eliminated 80% of their problem right there on the spot.
- Simple nutritional/dietary advice that is preventing their bladder from getting better.
- The top 2 solutions that can solve their problem for good so they can move freely and with no concern of embarrassing leakage.
These are the exact same benefits you can expect to get out of the free exam as well. So while you setup your free exam, here are the secrets you might want to choose from to ease your incontinence now.
1. Treat cough, asthma, allergies, and avoid smoking.
Any condition that causes chronic coughing or sneezing, or lifestyle habits like smoking that can cause persistent cough, and over time lead to leakage. Coughing is causing an increased internal pressure on pelvic floor, decreased control and increased incidence of leakage. If you can’t avoid coughing, you should learn how to engage pelvic floor to prevent loss of urine due to increased abdominal pressure. Smoking also affects your bladder health by weakening of tissues and increasing incidence of incontinence by 56%.
2. Maintain healthy weight
If you’re overweight or obese, your body puts more pressure on the bladder, which can lead to incontinence. The more pressure you put on the urethral sphincter, which squeezes and holds urine in, the more likely you are to leak. Also, pressure on the bladder is decreasing the volume it can fit in, causing frequency and loss of control. The higher body mass index, the higher risk of leakage because of adding extra stress to pelvic floor. Shedding weight and keeping it off can decrease leakage by 65% according to one study.
3. Kegels (regularly and correctly)
We do have a bad habit of not taking care of our pelvic floor. Incontinence is a direct consequence of inactivity, weakness and sometimes even tightness of muscles. Pelvic floor is simply made of muscles that close the opening of the bowl. If you can contract muscles of pelvic floor, you can close off urethra and control leaks. Kegels do not take much time and I recommend women at least doing them in the morning and in the evening while brushing their teeth. That being said, professional guidance in setting up exercise program. Baseline is important because a lot of women don’t have good awareness of pelvic floor musculature activation and some of them need to regain normal length of the muscle for proper activation. Therefore, Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist has to screen your pelvic floor to give you proper instructions. Make sure you do this because there is a strong evidence that 25-70% of women are doing Kegels incorrectly and even can make things worse without professional guidance.
4. Be fit for Crossfit
Heavy lifting and high impact exercise very often causes leakage. We see this a lot in young, healthy women who do CrossFit and other high intensity exercise. Just working out or lifting weights shouldn’t cause leakage, however, lifting heavy weights, like doing Cross Fit regularly, performing double under jumping and thrusters, front squats and heavy lifting is putting a lot of pressure on urethra, bladder, and pelvic floor causing uncontrollable urine loss. Leakage can be barrier to women’s health, self esteem and well-being. Sports including repeated bouncing and heavy lifting have highest correlation with leakage. The highest prevalence is found in gymnastics, track field, cross fit and activities involving trampoline (80%). Research indicated that up to 67% of athletes experienced loss of urine performing sports and 20% of women stopped exercise while 55% had to wear pad during exercise. Good news is that it can be solved easily by doing pelvic floor exercises on regular basis, learning how to control breath, and implementing proper body mechanics. Using preventative devices as Poise Impressa (over the counter pessary) is helpful in sports that involve bouncing.
5. Stay away from caffeine
According to research, women who consume high levels of caffeine are 70% more likely to have urinary incontinence than women who don’t. Caffeine is affecting your body by causing dehydration, concentrating urine and increasing acidity of urine. This in return causes irritation of detrusor muscle, contraction of bladder causing urgency, frequency and leakage. Substitute regular coffee with low acid version (cold brew).
6. Avoid bladder irritants
Many acidic drinks such us orange juice, cranberry juice, grapefruit juice are irritating to the bladder. In addition to this, bladder irritant can be found in food or medication. Irritation can cause frequency (needing to urinate more often than normal), urgency (the sense of needing to urinate), bladder spasms, and even bladder pain. Bladder spasms can lead to urine leakage if there is a sudden urge and pressure on pelvic floor. All alcoholic beverages, tobacco, cola drinks, coffee, milk/dairy, spicy food, acidic food and beverages, some grains and some vegetables (tomato, chilies, peppers, onions), and some fruits (cranberries, grapes, oranges, lemons, peaches, pineapple, plums, apples, and cantaloupe) are irritating to the bladder.
7. Learn how to relax
Stress and high tension is tightening pelvic floor and this is contributing to urgency, loss of bladder control and leakage. Tense and short muscle can’t contract with force to prevent leakage. Makes sense? Absolutely! But the problem is that telling a high stress person to relax is easier said than done. Simply because most of us don’t know how to change our habits and need some coaching to get there. Relaxing activities such as diaphragmatic breathing, gentle cardio/workouts, gentle restorative Yoga, and stretching with breath focus are some of things you have to learn. Identify priorities, change habitual patterns of thinking, as well as eliminating stress triggers and establishing healthy habits helps.
8. Drink plenty of water and eat healthy
Drinking at least eight glasses of eight ounce water is recommended for good bladder health. Some of my patients limit water intake in attempt of decreasing fluid intake and with the goal of eliminating leakage. This is very often making problem worse since it is concentrating urine and causing irritation and contraction of bladder. Preservatives and additives irritate bladder. MSG, artificial sweeteners, junk foods, diet pills, cold and allergy medication will make your problem much worse. Eat plenty organic, fresh fruits and vegetables form allowed list for bladder health.
9. Good posture and body mechanics
Keep your pelvis in neutral position with slight anterior tilt and lumbar curvature. This will unload your bladder and decrease pressure on the pelvic floor and urethra. Moderate to severe anterior pelvic tilt will increase pressure on pelvic floor and increase incidence of leakage. Activate your pelvic floor to squat down and do not lose control as you go in for a deeper squat. Keep your spine straight/neutral. Lift with your legs while holding weight close. Do not bear down or hold your breath with lifting. Simply exhale, pull your pelvic floor and tighten up abdominal muscles to increase control and prevent leakage with lifting.
10. Prevent constipation and UTI
Constipation can sometimes impact the nerves in the bladder, interfering with the signaling and causing urgency incontinence. Furthermore, painful infection can give you a strong urge to pee, and sometimes cause a little bit of leakage. If incontinence is paired with burning sensation, it could indicate UTI and it needs to be treated with medication.
Bonus: Do core and hip exercises
Hip flexor stretching, spinal, core and gluteal strengthening is very important for pelvic health and improved bladder control. Weak core and spinal musculature causes overuse and tightness of movers such as hip flexor and oblique resulting in congestion of increased downward pressure. To prevent this from happening, do not sit for more then 20 minutes and perform hip flexor stretching at least two times per day. Bridging exercise incorporating pelvic floor activation is great and takes less than five minutes per day to do.
See… it’s not your fault that you are having bladder issues and incontinence.
Keeping your bladder healthy and strong is not so common sense is it?
You would think that going to a healthcare professional like a doctor would be the answer… but it’s not.
And the scary truth is some have ulterior motives and may not want you to get better completely at all. That way they can keep you dependent on their services and products forever. It’s sad but it’s true.
Just like some pharmaceutical companies, some healthcare practitioners are like that, too.
I want you to know,…
that it’s important to me that you pursue your dreams and be the best person you can be—were designed and meant to be.
I want you to know that I can help remove the chains of pain that is stopping you—remove the obstacles that are holding you back from being productive, motivated and youthful.
I want you to know that you can trust me.
And when this has been accomplished and your health restored, it will be glorious, and you can thank me then.
But until then, do the things mentioned in this report and call me to schedule your free exam.
I believe in you.