Quick Methods to Treat Bowel Incontinence After Birth
Giving birth to a new life is the most wonderful feeling on Earth. As the doctors say ‘childbirth is an everyday miracle’. However, it goes without saying that childbirth is also followed by some normal complications such as incontinence which can be controlled using some easy home remedies. With that in mind, let’s take a look at some of the natural ways to take care of bowel incontinence after birth!
Yoga is one of those ancient meditation practices that involve poses to heal many common problems in the human body, incontinence being one of them. A six-week yoga therapy comprising of some poses to that tighten the muscles such as squat pose, triangle pose and root lock can help in better control over the urethral sphincter, relieving you of incontinence.
Thanks to its diuretic, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, the buchu tonic is one of the easiest and natural ways to heal bowel incontinence after birth by getting rid of the infection that is causing the symptom in the first place.
Acupuncture, according to Chinese medicine, heals incontinence through the correction of imbalance in the kidneys and by restoring the strength in the urinary tract. Though many studies have came to the same conclusion, it still hasn’t been considered as a proven theory, thus making it one of those ‘keep it as an option’ kind of natural remedy.
Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple cider vinegar also acts in the same way as Bachu does: it kills the bacteria residing in the urinary tract and also heals the swelling and inflamed parts. You can consume it diluted in 2 parts water but if you don’t like it’s taste, you can also make a juice out of it.Facing bowel incontinence after childbirth? Use these #homeremedies to get rid of it fast and easy! via @BeautyJOnlineClick To Tweet
We won’t sugar coat it: these natural remedies are natural, and thus have a limitation to their effectiveness. If you feel that it’s a serious case of incontinence you’re facing, then the best course of action is to have a medicine that stops incontinence (enablex, detrol or vesicare), let the symptoms subside, and then head to the doctor who can recommend you the appropriate treatment for the same.
Do you have some other remedy that has helped in you coping up with incontinence? We’d love to hear about it in the comments!