Earlier this year, Kegel8 joined forces with Kupa Women’s Project to help end period poverty in Zimbabwe and raise awareness that menstruation matters.
The team stockpiled sanitary wear in the UK, including a donation of Kegel8 Menstrual Cups, and dispersed them amongst women and girls in Zimbabwe.
1 in 3 women are affected by urine leakage daily. Incontinence, although common, is not normal, and you do not have to pad the problem or be embarrassed to talk to your GP about your symptoms. From 17th – 23rd June, the International Continence Society and the World Federation of Incontinence Patients are running their annual World Continence Week 2019.
Running is one of the most popular forms of exercise. In fact, 10.5 million people in Britain choose to exercise by running.
But when your fitness regime is compromised by a pelvic floor disorder such as stress urinary incontinence, it can become difficult to maintain motivation.
Sexual health and wellbeing is a topic that, as of recent, is making its way into the spotlight. The dense walls of taboo have slowly been chipped away at, and now we’re finally making a breakthrough.
Last week, Lucie from the Lucie Loves blog featured Kegel8 and the Kegel8 Ultra 20 Electronic Pelvic Toner in an attempt to take control of her pelvic health.
With the help of Kegel8, Lucie made a direct effort to future-proof her pelvic floor muscles. Not only did she find that a stronger pelvic floor can increase sexual sensation, but that she could also use the electrode pads to provide relief from period pain.
Nearly 80% of Cosmopolitan readers admitted that they did not exercise their pelvic floor muscles!
Last Monday, Kegel8 were featured in an article on Cosmopolitan. The article detailed exactly what the pelvic floor muscles are and just how easily you can strengthen them.
Cosmopolitan recommended the Kegel8 Vaginal Cones to improve your pelvic floor muscle strength.
If your pleasure levels in the bedroom are on a downhill slope, and you notice little leaks here and there, you’ll be left wondering how can you fix everything? These are warning signs that you are suffering from weak pelvic floor muscles.
Recently, the popular magazine, Health & Wellbeing, detailed the importance of reducing your risk of incontinence, boosting core strength, and improving your sex life through pelvic floor exercises.
This World Menopause Day, Kegel8 Founder and Managing Director, Stephanie Taylor, was invited to the BBC to talk about the importance of a positive menopause experience, and the power of the pelvic floor.
Stephanie spoke to BBC Radio Humberside host, Lucy Clark, about the taboo that surrounds the menopause, why we need to break it, and the role of the pelvic floor within the transition.
Taboos are being continuously broken down in today’s society. We have tackled mental health. We are tackling the #MeToo movement. But, one of the last-standing taboos that remain for women is the menopause.
On World Menopause Day (18th October), a Hull Daily Mail article featured Kegel8 Founder and Managing Director, Stephanie Taylor, and her mission to remove the taboo surrounding the menopause.
When you hear the word ‘menopause’ it’s hard not to picture a middle-aged woman facing hot flushes and night sweats. But, what happens when you experience the menopause at a considerably younger age?
6% of women enter an early menopause, either naturally, surgically or as a result of cancer treatment.
An article published on World Menopause Day (18th October) by Glamour magazine follows the story of a young girl named Annabel May who found herself experience menopause at the tender age of 15.