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Conquering Urinary Incontinence

Help for the Tragedy of Urinary Incontinence

How to Avoid Drugs and Surgery for a Common Women's Health Problem That Degrades the Quality of Life of 50 Million Women in the USA Alone

The lower urinary tract is astonishingly complex and effective, working tirelessly day and night to store and void urine. But for many modern women, it becomes less effective over time.

As is usually the case for chronic conditions, the medical system treats incontinence as a disease to be dealt with using their normal array of weapons: drugs and surgery.

The drugs are notorious for their awful side effects and the surgeries are highly dangerous, often leaving women much worse off than they were before the operation.

Incontinence is not a disease. It is a symptom.

As such, it is your body’s way of telling you what is wrong. When you listen to your body and make appropriate changes, the symptom stabilizes, improves and often disappears.

Good health is not something that happens to you. It is something you earn.

The good news is that health is relatively cheap. It just takes some education and effort. Disease is expensive.

Regaining control of your body and your life requires proaction on your part.

I have created the unique and most comprehensive set of exercises ever developed to rebuild the strength of your urinary control system.

If you have bouts of incontinence, such as leakage when you cough, sneeze, laugh or run, you have stress urinary incontinence, or SUI. If you find yourself racing for the bathroom unexpectedly, losing urinary control in your sleep, or prone to frequent urge to urinate, you have over-active bladder, or OAB symptoms. While not life threatening, incontinence definitely threatens your quality of life.

Regaining control of this function is increasingly important as we get older. If incontinence is restricting our activities, we run the risk of physical, emotional and mental decline.

You can regain control of your body and your life, but you will have to do three things to accomplish this.

First, you need education to understand what is really going on with your anatomy. You can put yourself in the hands of a doctor and hope that he/she will use their expertise do the right thing by you, and avoid the work of educating yourself.

But you and your doctor have a conflict of interest. He or she wants to do surgery, because that’s where the money is. Sad but true.

Secondly, you need support. You will have questions, concerns, uncertainties. At Whole Woman we understand this and provide our Community Message Board, have our network of Whole Woman Practitioners, and of course I continue to work with women over the phone, video, and in-person. So the support infrastructure is there in place for you.

Finally, you have to be prepared to experiment and change your behavior. If you think about incontinence as your body’s cry for help, you will realize that it is time to start listening and adapting your behavior to see how your body responds.

As counter-intuitive as it may seem, your symptoms are your best friend.

Because urinary incontinence is a symptom, your body's way of letting you know that something is wrong, as human beings committed to our health, our job is to listen to our body and run experiments to learn what it needs to manifest health for us.

I am a certified Whole Woman practitioner and have done Whole Woman prolapse work with very good results for the last 5 years. Recently I started Christine’s incontinence exercise and have been doing it for 2 months. I have experienced a noticeable improvement in urge incontinence and decreased nightly trips to the bathroom. I continue to do the exercises and the results seem to be cumulative. I expect even more improvement as I continue.
Carol Bilek
West Chester, PA

Successfully regaining urinary continence requires a mental shift.

The medical system operates on a “you are broken and we are going to fix you” model. For certain conditions, like trauma, that is the appropriate paradigm.

The appropriate paradigm for incontinence is that you have a chronic condition that needs to be managed for the rest of your life, usually with modest effort, once you have mastered the techniques.

This means you learn to pay attention to your body. You recognize that prolapse and incontinence are symptoms, they are not diseases. They are your body’s way of letting you know about a problem. When you address the root cause, the symptoms diminish or may disappear altogether.

If you get careless with the changes in posture, clothing, diet and other changes you have made that had a positive impact on your symptoms, you can be sure they will reappear.
The basic Whole Woman Solution to Urinary Incontinence Course includes five video modules plus a bonus exercise video.

Module 1 - The Anatomy of Urinary Incontinence

Module 2 - When We Become Incontinent of Urine

Module 3 - The Dark Side of Urology

Module 4 - Diet and Lifestyle

Module 5 - Pee on/Pee off - Exercises for Regaining Control

Bonus Module - Pee On/Pee Off without my verbal narrative for when you have mastered the exercise program and just want to do it along with me.

And I've included a gift video for you as well.

Many women have told me, “Just give me the exercises. I don’t need to know the other stuff.”

Sadly, this attitude is misguided. You do need to understand your anatomy.

You do need to be sensitized to what is going on in your body. You do need to deeply understand that the medical system has no safety net for you. You do need to recognize that your diet and lifestyle matter in helping you regain control of your continence system.

Support When You Need It

Additionally, you have access to the Whole Woman Community Message Board for help and support when you need it. 

Of course I do personal consultations, classes, and intensives to help women with their pelvic challenges, and also have personally trained and certified Whole Woman Practitioners across the US, and in Canada, Australia, Ireland, the UK, Germany, Belgium, and Ghana. 

So you are not alone and have many support options available to you.

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Access to the First Aid for Chronic Hip Pain video course is only US$ 12.00 per month and there are no contracts so you can unsubscribe at any time. 

You can also purchase an annual subscription for only US$120.00 so you get twelve months access for the price of ten.

Subscriptions will be automatically renewed unless you cancel your subscription.

The first level of membership in the Whole Woman site is called Problem Solver.  This level is for those women who just want the information they need to solve their problem.  But there is more.

If your learning journey has taught you that learning about diet, natural health, and legitimate, science-based alternatives to the medical system, is important, we offer two additional membership levels - Lifelong Learner and Inner Circle.

The Lifelong Learner membership gives you access to all six video courses from the Problem Solver level as well as additional video courses from Christine Kent unavailable elsewhere.  For more information on the Lifelong Learner membership level, just click the Lifelong Learner button below.

For women who have come to appreciate the value that Whole Woman has brought to their lives and want to fully experience Whole Woman, click the button below to learn about the Inner Circle membership level.

What to do Next

One thing is clear about incontinence, it doesn’t get better when ignored, it gets worse.  The sooner you start your healing journey, the sooner you will feel the exhilaration of knowing that you are in control of your urinary system, it no longer is in control of your life, energy, and well-being.

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Christine Kent
Founder
Whole Woman

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