If you're suffering from urinary incontinence there are things you can do to help get your groove back and have full confidence there won't be any leakage next time you sneeze or, heaven forbid, laugh too hard. 

We've talked a lot about kegels, but sometimes it's still hard to know you've hit the right spot when you do these pelvic floor exercises on your own. A physical therapist is the best resources for toning and strengthening your pelvic floor. Here's an idea of how they can help and just how you can best access your pelvic floor to put a stop to bladder dysfunction. 

Are kegels becoming less mysterious? Maybe there's some hope on the horizon to get your life back after years of painful urination or urinary frequency. If you're still on the fence, here's an even better idea of how a physical therapist offers hands-on adjustments and cueing when it comes to strengthening the pelvic floor. 

Finally- you're not alone. More people that you speak are plagued with their inability to control their bladder functions. But don't take my word for it.