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Living With Urinary Incontinence? Don’t Let It Be Your Secret

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Living With Urinary Incontinence? Don’t Let It Be Your Secret

Your ability to control urination requires a normal anatomy, a normally functioning nervous system and being able to determine and respond to the warning signs of impending urination. Urinary incontinence occurs when you are unable to control the flow, causing leakage or in severe cases an inability to retain urine.

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High Blood Pressure and Exercise. How Safe is it?

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High Blood Pressure and Exercise. How Safe is it?

Oftentimes we are concerned with the feasibility of exercising when suffering from an ailment. For patients of high blood pressure this is of even greater concern. In fact if you’re suffering from high blood pressure, moderate to medium exercise can be one of the most effective ways of controlling it.

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