Do you have an overactive bladder that has repeatedly put you in an embarrassing situation? Does the loss of bladder control now become a huge health problem and social issue for you? Well, you are not alone.
According to studies, almost 70% of the population experiences temporary to chronic urinary incontinence. This condition can occur at any age but most patients diagnosed are women in their 50s to 70s.
The loss of bladder control may seem like a harmless condition compared to other types of life-threatening diseases. But when left untreated, it can lead to severe complications in the urinary system, all the while affecting one’s mental and social well-being.
Fortunately, several conservative approaches can treat urinary incontinence, one of which is acupuncture. Below is an in-depth discussion on the health effects of incontinence and how acupuncture can treat this prevalent problem.
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