Tag Archives: Behavioral

4 behavioral changes to tame urinary incontinence

Although urinary incontinence is not a life-threatening medical condition, it can significantly affect quality of life. When urinary incontinence becomes bothersome, people often stop traveling, exercising, visiting family and friends — in short, people stop doing the activities they enjoy. Surprisingly, approximately 70% of urinary incontinence can be significantly improved just by changing behavioral habits.… Read More »

SHS: Behavioral Therapy Improves Headache Outcomes

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Behavioral treatment can improve headache and migraine outcomes significantly, a researcher said here. Behavioral therapy can help headache patients develop self-efficacy — “the belief in their ability to control their headache, manage their emotional reactivity to pain, and achieve functionality even with a significant headache disorder,” said Steven Baskin, PhD, of the… Read More »