Comparative Effects of Bebo Concept and Diaphragmatic Breathing Technique on Stress Incontinence

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    Riphah International University
Updated on 29 September 2022
stress incontinence

Summary

Pelvic floor muscle dysfunctions can lead to urinary incontinence, a condition which often affects female both during pregnancy and after childbirth. As a result of this, certain exercises are recommended during and after pregnancy to prevent and treat this incontinence, and the BeBo Concept is one of these methods used to prevent pelvic floor muscle dysfunction. Urinary incontinence among female is considered a social disease, which may affect up to 20-60% of the population of female over 18 years of age. The strength and endurance of the pelvic floor muscles decrease significantly after the first delivery. Research shows that 65% of female with urinary incontinence remember that the first episode of urine loss occurred during pregnancy or in the puerperium. Prior to the study, all participants will be informed of the purpose and method of Conducting the research. . A 6-week physical therapy program according to the BeBo Pelvic Floor Training Concept. Individual meetings will be twice a week, each lasting 60 min. Each meeting will consist of a theoretical part lasting up to 10 min and a practical part lasting about 50 min. In addition, each participant will receive a set of exercises to be performed at home once daily. For the experimental group, In the first week (meetings 1 and 2), the homework will include the following activities: concentration on the pelvic floor muscles and becoming aware of them in various body positions, mobilization of the pelvis in a sitting position on a chair- 10x, lying on the back with bent legs and activation of PFM with exhalation, inhalation- relaxation-10x, balance exercise, standing on one leg, 10 s each leg, and so on to 6 weeks. Treatment protocol for Control Group (Diaphragmatic Breathing), Exercise programs will consist of 1 set of contractions per day and each set will include 30 repetitions for 6 weeks. Female will be asked to complete forms before starting the program and again at the end of the 6-week program.

Description

Pelvic floor muscle dysfunctions can lead to urinary incontinence, a condition which often affects female both during pregnancy and after childbirth. As a result of this, certain exercises are recommended during and after pregnancy to prevent and treat this incontinence, and the BeBo Concept is one of these methods used to prevent pelvic floor muscle dysfunction. Urinary incontinence among female is considered a social disease, which may affect up to 20-60% of the population of female over 18 years of age. The strength and endurance of the pelvic floor muscles decrease significantly after the first delivery. Research shows that 65% of female with urinary incontinence remember that the first episode of urine loss occurred during pregnancy or in the puerperium. Prior to the study, all participants will be informed of the purpose and method of Conducting the research. Each of them will sign an informed consent release to participate in the project and to process personal data for scientific purposes. We confirm that all research will be performed in accordance with relevant guidelines and regulations. A 6-week physical therapy program according to the BeBo Pelvic Floor Training Concept. Individual meetings will be twice a week, each lasting 60 min. Each meeting will consist of a theoretical part lasting up to 10 min and a practical part lasting about 50 min. In addition, each participant will receive a set of exercises to be performed at home once daily. For the experimental group, In the first week (meetings 1 and 2), the homework will include the following activities: concentration on the pelvic floor muscles and becoming aware of them in various body positions, mobilization of the pelvis in a sitting position on a chair- 10x, lying on the back with bent legs and activation of PFM with exhalation, inhalation- relaxation-10x, balance exercise, standing on one leg, 10 s each leg, and so on to 6 weeks. Treatment protocol for Control Group (Diaphragmatic Breathing), Exercise programs will consist of 1 set of contractions per day and each set will include 30 repetitions for 6 weeks. Female will be asked to complete forms before starting the program and again at the end of the 6-week program.

Details
Condition Urinary Incontinence
Treatment Diaphragmatic Breathing, bebo concept
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT05355233
SponsorRiphah International University
Last Modified on29 September 2022

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