Urine loss. It is something we most often associate with our grandparents or even great-grandparents, but not with the woman on the next mat in yoga class. The truth is however, that your flexible neighbor doing downward dog is likely to be one of the 1 in 4 women who deal with stress incontinence on a daily basis. If she has given birth to a child her likelihood just went up. It is a problem many of us share, but few of us talk about.
Stress incontinence is a common problem among women, especially after giving birth to a child. As we go through life our pelvic floor muscles are strained in many ways and can begin to lose their flexibility. Since we do not often consider this part of our body as an area requiring attention or fitness, the pelvic floor can go unnoticed for years until it begins to fail and cause a problem. Before you know it a sneeze can send you reeling and jumping on a trampoline becomes a thing of the past.
Fortunately, pads and adult diapers are no longer the best way to deal with this once taboo problem. We do not have to just put up with it and try to pretend it is not happening. There is a simple solution. With Carin, we can reverse the damage done by neglecting our pelvic floor muscles and regain control of our bodies and our lives.
Get hooked on Carin!
Carin is not just another trendy fitness program promising impossible results or requiring time and energy we simply do not have in our already hectic lives. Over 70% of real Carin users recover from urine loss by training their pelvic floor for only 10 minutes per day.
By combining a simple set of exercises with a tracking app you can download to your phone, it is easy to follow and see your own progress day by day. You can not only feel the difference in your own body but also see clear results in 2 to 4 weeks. Increasing fitness and reaching your goals will get you hooked on Carin. Once you start, you will not want to stop!
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