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The Good, The Bad, and The (aaaah) So Yummy   This is my lovely Mum enjoying her coffee. I talk to people about the effects of caffeine on the bladder and bowel –some effects are helpful, some are not.   I am asked about other effects of caffeine. I have completed a search of the pubmed/medline, and read major institutional health websites, both government and non-government, from around the...

Are you busting to get to the loo? Have you had the feeling that you just might wet yourself if you don't get there in time? Do you know where all the toilets are in your local area, your work place, exercise park and gym? Do you go to the loo before you leave the house; just-in-case?   National Continence week continues.  This may be of benefit to you or someone...

The Continence Foundation of Australia is the premier body  for information, education and awareness. The organisation provides information for the general public and for health professionals across the country. In 2017, Continence Week Awareness campaign concentrates on urinary incontinence related to the best medicine of all: laughter.   Read on Have you ever lost urine because you have laughed?  It is the same mechanism as when losing urine with coughing...

by Annette Beauchamp The abdomen is a cylinder of muscle.   The transverse abdominis muscles (the horizontal core fibres) originate at the spine and travel around to insert into the rectus muscles.  The rectus muscles attach to one another at the linea alba in front.  This is a thin layer of tendon. Abdominal separation is a usual consequence of having a baby. The abdomen expands to accommodate the growing baby...

Your body is working hard, even before you move; just because you are growing another little person. Your blood volume increases by a whopping 50%. But your red blood cells only increase by 25%. Your heart and lungs work harder to enrich your blood with oxygen. Each pumping of the heart deals with a larger volume; about 40% more. And the heart rate increases to cope with the...

Body changes in pregnancy: Your blood volume increases by a whopping 50%. As the baby and uterus grow upward, the abdominal and lower chest size increase. This reduces the space for your lungs But your red blood cells only increase by 25% No wonder a lot of women feel breathless when doing exercise. So how much exercise and how often: You should do some aerobic exercise everyday. It keeps you fit...