Why Do I Pee When I Sneeze?

According to current statistics, about 15 million women in the U.S. experience this kind of incontinence. One in four to one in two women who exercise experience stress urinary incontinence, which can also be a huge barrier to exercise.

Read on to learn why you’re peeing when you sneeze, cough, laugh, jump, etc. and how you can get help.

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Exercise after Miscarriage: When Postpartum Isn't What You Expected

Full disclosure: My husband and I have been trying for another baby. A few weeks ago, I got the positive test we’d been hoping to see. Last week, I had a miscarriage.

My thoughts that day and since then have wandered to how I would coach someone through this, though I’m sure I have trained someone through a miscarriage and just never knew about it. How would I tell them that rest and recovery, that healing is important when all they probably want to do is get on with their life? I draw from my own experiences as a person who has experienced miscarriage and also a coach who also needs this conversation and these reminders.

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10 Ways to Take Care of Your Postpartum Body (That DON’T Focus on Fat Loss)

I see you over there taking care of everyone else. It’s easy to get lost in the 24/7 job that is motherhood.

At the end of the day, you may look at yourself in the mirror and wonder do I know her anymore? She used to be pretty amazing.” With the constant barrage of ads for diet teas and lose the belly fat workouts, it can be easy to think we can find her, the old “us”, under the baby weight.

I know, I’ve been there.

What if I told you there were ways of taking care of your postpartum body that don’t focus on fat loss?

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What to do about Pelvic Pain- Tips and Resources for Better Management

Pelvic pain can often pop up in pregnancy as SPD, symphysis pubis dysfunction, where pain is felt in the front of the pelvis at the pubic bone, and can sometimes be felt on one or both sides of the lower back or in the perineum. Pelvic pain can persist postpartum or be present before even having kids as painful intercourse or pain with insertion of a tampon. Often it can be really frustrating and cause women more than physical pain, but mental and emotional distress as well.

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How to Tackle Common Holiday Party Questions and Comments

Holiday parties can be really tough, whether you’re a social butterfly or an introvert. Tack on the stress of what someone else says and coming up with the perfect response to it can make it a less than enjoyable event. Hopefully keeping these responses in your back pocket can arm you with just the right thing to say when Phyllis from HR pushes your buttons.

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