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16 August 2019 90 Views No comments
Can Kegel Exercises Boost Your Orgasms? A Women's Health Physiotherapist Gives Her Opinion

Can Kegel Exercises Boost Your Orgasms? A Women's Health Physiotherapist Gives Her Opinion

Do Kegel exercises really improve your intimate wellbeing? Can they guarantee you stronger orgasms and greater sensation?

Discover more in this blog written by Chartered Physiotherapist, Christien Bird.

31 May 2019 148 Views No comments
Weight Training for the Pelvic Floor

Weight Training for the Pelvic Floor

Not sure where to get started? Let expert Physiotherapist Lucy Allen guide you on learning the perfect Kegel.

We know that exercising the pelvic floor muscles regularly is vital in maintaining bladder and bowel continence, preventing vaginal prolapse and providing sensation during sex. The Kegel8 Vaginal Cones can make a great addition to your exercise programme by providing feedback on your technique and a progression from regular pelvic floor exercises.

10 May 2019 172 Views No comments
Why is the Menstrual Cup Revolutionary?

Why is the Menstrual Cup Revolutionary?

We live in a world where women have to pay a price for what mother nature has declared for us. A world where some girls in countries like Zimbabwe miss days of school every month because they have limited access to sanitary wear. Some females use clothes, cotton wool and even newspapers when they are menstruating. The lack of access to adequate sanitary wear is one limitation, but the most prominent is the financial limitation. The menstrual cup is the answer because it is step closer to ending period poverty for every female who has fallen victim to this.

12 April 2019 250 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.

21 February 2019 670 Views
The Best Pelvic Floor Exercise Techniques

The Best Pelvic Floor Exercise Techniques

Want to know the best exercise techniques for your pelvic floor?

Watch Physiotherapist, Amanda Savage, teach Stephanie Taylor, Founder and managing Director of Kegel8, techniques to strengthen and support the pelvic floor muscles.

30 January 2019 264 Views No comments
Are Kegel8 Pelvic Floor Toners Recommended By Doctors?

Are Kegel8 Pelvic Floor Toners Recommended By Doctors?

Women are complex. Not just our minds! Our bodies are extremely complex, like men, only different. There are a large number of organs in a small space in our pelvis. The bladder, the womb, ovaries and intestines are all within this bony space sitting above the pelvic floor. In a woman’s lifetime she may go through pregnancy, childbirth, heavy lifting, sports, weight gain and the delicate pelvic organs are all supported by this muscle group.

In this blog, Dr Louise Wiseman writes about why you should consider Kegel8 for pelvic health treatment.

25 January 2019 271 Views
"Every Woman Should Have One of These"

"Every Woman Should Have One of These"

Kegel exercises are as important as any other form of exercise when looking to improve and maintain a healthy body. They help especially to strengthen the pelvic floor and reduce the likelihood of bladder leakage. Yet only 38% of women who suffer from urinary incontinence admit to exercising their pelvic floor.

Magda Pegowska, a health and fitness YouTuber, suffered from light incontinence following childbirth but didn’t see any problem with it – until the issue worsened over time and developed into a prolapse. But, Magda was determined to take control of her bladder health. This is her story…

24 January 2019 262 Views No comments
Incontinence, Menopause and Me

Incontinence, Menopause and Me

By now, we all know the importance of the pelvic floor in relation to incontinence. Yet only 38% of women who suffer from urinary incontinence admit to exercising their pelvic floor. Only 1 in 3 women speak to their doctor about urinary leakage; with 22% of women not even viewing incontinence as a health problem!

Sophie Claus began to suffer from incontinence following a total hysterectomy at age 32. But, she wasn't going to let the incontinence take over. This is her story...

18 January 2019 303 Views
What is a Vaginal Pessary and Why Might You Need One?

What is a Vaginal Pessary and Why Might You Need One?

The use of vaginal pessaries to support pelvic organ prolapse dates back centuries and was written about in the world’s oldest documented medical literature. Historically, pessaries have provided a low-cost and safer alternative surgery and in modern times they can be used for women for whom surgery is either not possible or desired.

In this article Grace Carey explains what a pessary is, how they work, and why you may need one.

14 January 2019 343 Views No comments
How To Restore Your Pelvic Floor After Childbirth

How To Restore Your Pelvic Floor After Childbirth

Isn't it an amazing feeling when your consultant or GP gives you the all clear after childbirth, or post-hysterectomy/gynaecological surgery?!

But, what can you do to restore your strength?

Louise Field specialises in fitness training for women. Founder of Adore Your Pelvic Floor, Louise delivers workshops in pelvic health and exercise to the community, fitness professionals, and health professionals across the country.