Weak bladder? Take action!
If the thought of sneezing, jumping on a trampoline or even laughing scares you, you’re not alone. Bladder weakness and pelvic organ prolapse (POP) is a common issue affecting many women regardless of age, ethnicity or lifestyle.
Having children is a common cause of bladder weakness, but many women who have never had children can also find it a problem.
Even though it can be embarrassing to talk about, it’s good to remember you’re not alone. Over 40% of New Zealand and Australian women experience bladder weakness at some stage in their lives.
The good news is that there are effective, natural options to aid in correcting weak pelvic floor muscles. A toned pelvic floor can prevent and correct bladder weakness, and restore lost confidence due to bladder weakness.
If you’ve got any questions or comments we’d love to hear from you, and we invite you to read the testimonials from other women who have used SmartBalls and NatraTone. All genuine questions are answered with respect and accurate information.
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