We've had another great user review for our Kegel8 Ultra 20 Pelvic Toner! Blogger LittleSwitchBitch has had trouble with weakness in her pelvic floor muscles since giving birth. Using Kegel8 has helped her to recover and has even impressed her gynaecologist!
Read this blog to learn more...
Nocturia is the fancy medical name for ‘peeing at night’. It’s normal to have to get up and go to the toilet during the night once in a while. But if you find yourself getting up every night, multiple times then you have a problem.
Read on to find out how you can fix this night-time annoyance once and for all!
If you leak when you laugh or feel sudden uncontrollable urges to urinate (sometimes resulting in accidents) then you’re not alone. Incontinence is hugely common in women – 42% of women under the age of 50 have it in some form, with numbers even higher for over 50s.
But so many of those women don’t get help. Such a shame when there are treatments that can totally cure their symptoms! Which of these excuses have you been using to avoid the doctor?
Women are stereotypically better at looking after their health. Photos of women laughing with salad are the norm, while men are encouraged to neck down as many beers and burgers as possible. This is thought to be a big part of why women live longer than men.
On average, women live for 4 years longer than men. You can avoid health issues and close the gap by taking a few tips from the ladies...
Urge incontinence is a really tricky condition to overcome. Having an accident is so embarrassing that it’s difficult to know how to avoid going to the toilet all the time. However, this puts you in a vicious cycle as by giving in to the urge to go when you don’t need to you are training your bladder to hold less urine.
We can help! We’ve put together a bladder diary that you can use to understand your symptoms and retrain your bladder. It can also help you to see the progress that you’re making with your Kegel8! Read on for a guide to using your new bladder diary to take control of your incontinence.
The average person gains anywhere from 1-6 kg over the holiday period – that’s up to 13lb! This can have a pretty serious effect on your pelvic floor. Overweight people have a much higher likelihood of suffering from conditions like prolapse and incontinence.
You probably don’t want to totally deprive yourself of festive treats, so follow our tips to limit your Christmas weight gain without missing out on the fun!
Too many men are dying prematurely>!
You may have noticed in the past few weeks a large increase in the number of dodgy moustaches around you, this isn’t a strange homage to Lionel Ritchie or Freddie Mercury, they are all part of the charity awareness campaign Movember.
You might have heard mums joking about how they occasionally wet themselves. This is such a common occurrence that many women don’t take it seriously. But incontinence isn’t an inevitable part of having children.
It’s a sign that someone hasn’t done their kegels! Places like France have pelvic floor rehab built into their antenatal care programmes, with every woman given help. This is why French women have far smaller rates of pelvic pain and incontinence than women in other countries. We’re here to give you all the info on how you can recover like a French ‘maman’!
Your vagina can fall out??? Yep, it’s true; vaginal prolapse is a serious condition that affects far more women than you would think. Around 40% of us will be affected by the time we reach our 60s! Prolapse is uncomfortable and painful, not to mention humiliating. It can cause symptoms like incontinence and affects your enjoyment of sex.
So how can you avoid being one of the 40%? There are a few simple lifestyle changes that will significantly reduce your risk of vaginal prolapse while improving your overall health. Read on to find out the 7 most effective ones…
Did you know that rates of testicular cancer have doubled in the last 50 years? Nobody knows why this is, which is why it’s so important to be aware of the signs of cancer.
Around 2,200 British men are diagnosed each year, making it the most common cancer in men aged 25-49. When you’re young it’s easy to feel like nothing bad can happen to your health. Checking for testicular cancer takes just a few minutes each month and could save your life, and your crown jewels!