12 Weeks To No Leaks – Cough/Sneeze/Laugh Edition!
You’re struggling not to sneeze. You’re doing everything you can to suppress that cough. But you know that coughing and sneezing is not optional, and before you know it…
Another leak. Another accident. Another wet patch!
A leaky bladder really has a way of putting a dampener on your life. Whether it’s from repetitive coughs, an almighty sneeze or simply a burst of laughter, you could do without the soggy reminder of your lack of bladder control.
Repetitive coughing or explosive sneezing – it’s annoying enough without the leak. And is there any quicker way to take the shine off a hysterical bout of laughter with your girlfriends than to wet yourself? Humour should not be humid, and when it is, it can be humiliating!
But there is a way to make sneezing safe, coughing mirth moisture-free and coughing controlled. That’s what this online course is for: a DIY leak fix for coughing, sneezing and laughing.
By the conclusion of this course you’ll have acquired 12 skills that are the keys to controlled coughing, secure sneezing and hazard-free hilarity!
Fed up with pelvic pain, period pain, and hormones gone haywire?
Don’t blow your money on the latest loopy Liver Cleanse and risk your health and your sanity. You might feel you need a Pelvic Transformation (or Transplant?!) but there’s no need to suffer through a draconian Detox that takes everything you like off the menu and can cause harm. Instead, embrace a program that gives you long-lasting change using clear action steps – a program based on the research on environmental chemicals, detoxification and hormones.
If you’ve ever felt like you wanted to change a few things, but weren’t sure what or where to start – all the info is in one place for you.
It’s armed me with strategies for things to improve in future and given me good knowledge to positively influence not only my health but my family too.
There are many environmental factors that can impact pelvic health. I feel i now have strategies to reduce these impacts!
I liked the rocks in the bucket analogy – it has made me consider the things that I do on a regular basis that I can change to have a positive impact on my health, especially over a long period of time!