Emsella is a revolutionary solution for those suffering from overactive bladder. It is the first and only FDA-cleared, non-invasive technology that helps strengthen weakened pelvic floor muscles and improve bladder control.
Emsella is an effective, non-invasive treatment option for overactive bladder.
By using High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic (HIFEM) technology, Emsella can treat and strengthen pelvic floor muscles to strengthen the urinary system and help reduce symptoms of overactive bladder. It is FDA approved.
The treatment is fast, comfortable, and requires no recovery time, making it a convenient option for those looking for relief from this condition.
Additionally, since Emsella is a non-medicinal approach to treating overactive bladder, there are no potential side effects associated with it.
WHAT CAUSES AN OVERACTIVE BLADDER?
An overactive bladder, a condition where the signals controlling normal urination are disrupted, can result from various factors.
These include infections, injuries, nerve damage, age-related concerns, prescription medications, as well as specific neurological conditions like Multiple Sclerosis or Parkinson’s disease.
Furthermore, factors like stress or anxiety may also contribute to the occurrence of an overactive bladder.
Managing this condition requires a comprehensive understanding of its diverse causes and potential triggers.
HOW IS OVERACTIVE BLADDER DIAGNOSED?
OAB is typically diagnosed through a combination of medical history, physical exam, and tests such as urodynamic testing
WHAT TREATMENT OPTIONS ARE AVAILABLE FOR OVERACTIVE BLADDER?
Treatments for OAB include lifestyle changes, medications, and nerve stimulation. Lifestyle changes may include dietary adjustments, timed voiding, maintaining a healthy weight, and ensuring adequate hydration
CAN LIFESTYLE CHOICES REDUCE THE RISK OF OVERACTIVE BLADDER?
Yes, maintaining a healthy weight, drinking enough water, and regular exercise can help reduce the risk of OAB
CAN OVERACTIVE BLADDER LEAD TO OTHER HEALTH ISSUES?
In some cases, OAB can lead to urinary incontinence, which is any involuntary loss of urine. It can also lead to sleep disturbances due to the need for frequent nighttime urination
ARE THERE WAYS TO MANAGE OVERACTIVE BLADDER SYMPTOMS AT HOME?
Yes, managing symptoms of OAB can often be achieved through behavioral strategies like dietary changes, timed voiding, and bladder training
CAN DIET AFFECT OVERACTIVE BLADDER?
Certain foods and drinks can worsen OAB symptoms. These might include caffeine, alcohol, spicy foods, citrus fruits, and artificial sweeteners