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2 May 2019 249 Views No comments
Do You Need to Change the Way You Cycle?

Do You Need to Change the Way You Cycle?

Cycling is a great activity to stay fit and healthy. However, it comes at a price. Cycling is not the kindest sport to your vulva and vagina – potentially taking a toll on your pelvic floor.

In cycling, a strong pelvic floor can help contribute to core strength and improved breathing. But, it’s not all smiles and rainbows. Core strength can be hard to maintain if riding a bicycle can pose a detrimental threat to the pelvic floor itself.

Read this blog to learn more...

29 April 2019 77 Views No comments
6 Easy Ways to Fold Your Menstrual Cup

6 Easy Ways to Fold Your Menstrual Cup

Using a menstrual cup is a great confidence boosting and reliable form of menstruation management. But getting started can be tricky.

The Kegel8 Menstrual Cup is a body-friendly, comfortable, and easy-to-use form of sanitary protection. But every vagina is different, that’s why you may need to experiment a little when you first come to using your cup.

There are dozens of ways that you can fold your menstrual cup to help ease insertion, so here at Kegel8, we’ve compiled our top choices into one short video for you to choose and try.

26 April 2019 103 Views No comments
The One Key Thing You Should Always Do When Kegel Exercising

The One Key Thing You Should Always Do When Kegel Exercising

It’s pretty common knowledge now that you should be exercising your pelvic floor. If you haven’t heard of Kegels where have you been?! For those out of the loop – Kegels are a form of exercise that specifically target your pelvic floor muscles; often a set of voluntary contractions to strengthen the muscles.

When you perform a Kegel exercise you should ALWAYS remember to relax your pelvic floor after contracting it. Failing to teach your pelvic floor muscles how to relax can lead to them becoming overactive – this can be seen in certain activities, such as ballet, where the pelvic floor plays a big role.

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15 April 2019 130 Views No comments
How to Safely Remove Your Menstrual Cup – in 6 Easy Steps

How to Safely Remove Your Menstrual Cup – in 6 Easy Steps

So, you’ve worked up the courage to buy a menstrual cup, mentally prepared yourself to use it and you figured it’s not that bad. Inserting your cup was a breeze, but now you’re at the next stage: how on earth do you get this thing out?!

Menstrual cups are one of the easiest and cheapest forms of period management that you can use, but it can be tricky to learn how to use them properly. There’s a certain art to safely removing your cup without causing any unwanted stress. Read this blog to learn more…

12 April 2019 175 Views No comments
Constipation Advice from Registered Dietitian, Dalia Maori

Constipation Advice from Registered Dietitian, Dalia Maori

"One of the most important things a person can do for their pelvic health is to keep good, regular bowel movements going. However, too many women do not prioritise this time and end up constipated as a result."

In this blog, Registered Dietitian Dalia Maori writes about the important of nutrition in avoiding and treating constipation.

5 April 2019 154 Views No comments
Which Menstrual Cup Size Should You Choose?

Which Menstrual Cup Size Should You Choose?

Switching to a menstrual cup is a great investment financially and environmentally. But, they’re not exactly like tampons where you buy a bunch of them with different absorbency levels and decide which one to wear on the day…

Menstrual cups work regardless of your flow, and tend to be available in a range of sizes, but how do you know which is best for your body? Read this blog to learn more…

2 April 2019 157 Views No comments
NICE Says the Vaginal Mesh Ban Can Be Lifted with Changes

NICE Says the Vaginal Mesh Ban Can Be Lifted with Changes

In July 2018, the use of mesh in surgeries to treat incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse was immediately stopped. After being fitted to thousands of women across the UK, cases of extreme pain and even loss of mobility started to come to light.

Now, almost 9 months on, the ban may be lifted.

1 April 2019 218 Views No comments
How Stress Affects the Pelvic Floor

How Stress Affects the Pelvic Floor

Stress is often an unavoidable part of normal life. One way or another, it’s bound to affect you in small amounts. Chronic stress on the other hand is far from healthy. Mostly, it affects your emotional wellbeing, but it can also wreak havoc on your pelvic floor.

When you’ve got a million and one things to take care of, your pelvic floor is probably the least of your concerns. But, a strong and healthy pelvic floor can help keep you supported physically and mentally. Read this blog to learn more…

29 March 2019 207 Views No comments
How Your Pelvic Floor Changes in Your 20's, 30's and 40's

How Your Pelvic Floor Changes in Your 20's, 30's and 40's

Just like us, our pelvic floors change in form over time. Unfortunately, they will not stay their naturally fit and prime 20's selves. As we age, so do our pelvic floor muscles, that’s why it’s important to care for them and ensure they keep as strong as they can be to support us.

Read this blog to learn how your pelvic floor changes throughout your life…

25 March 2019 128 Views No comments
The Comprehensive Mother's Day Gift Guide

The Comprehensive Mother's Day Gift Guide

Mother’s Day – a 24-hour period where all mums deserve to be spoiled rotten. They definitely deserve it. But, heads up: you’ve only got one week left to grab your gifts.

Of course, this is when the panic ensues. What will she want? ‘Nothing’, she said, but you know that you can’t just settle with that. Want to get her something that she’ll really appreciate? Read this blog to discover more…