Urine leakage or Urinary incontinence is a common problem among elderly women, that leads to occassional leakage of urine when you cough or sneeze.
Urinary incontinence usually known to be triggered by day to day lifestyle and underlying medical conditions like urinary tract infection and constipation or physical issues like menopause, hysterectomy or pregnancy.
Nutritionist Rujata Diwekar recently shared some tips on how to keep urinary continence or urine leakage at bay and keep the bladder healthy.
Diet for Urine leakage:
* In the breakfast have khareek (dry dates) in the morning.
* Sprouted and cooked moong and matki are also believed as good food to keep urine leakage at bay.
* A teaspoon of ghee in lunch, breakfast and dinner is mandatory.
Here also are some exercises to lead a healthy life and keep urine leakage at bay.
Strength training: Strength training exercises helps in improving your strength and endurance.
Kegel exercises: Simple clench-and-release exercises helps to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles which supports the uterus, bladder, small intestine, and rectum.
Yoga asanas, especially Tadasana: Tadasana involves stretching while paying special attention to your breathing pattern.