Kegel8 and the menopause received a huge amount of attention yesterday, with mentions across multiple media channels including Radio 4’s Women’s Hour, Glamour Magazine, Hull Daily Mail, BBC Radio Humberside, and even the House of Commons!
With discussions happening in the House of Commons (finally!) and radio segments dedicated to discussing the menopause, here at Kegel8 we’re excited about the strides we’re making when it comes to lifting the lid on the menopause. But there’s still a way to go…
‘Period poverty’ and ‘menstrual issues’ are not common talking points within the workplace. These reproductive women’s health conditions are often dismissed as taboo topics and hidden away from the spotlight. But, it is time that we stop ignoring these problems and recognise them as serious workplace health concerns.
In this week’s See Her Thrive podcast episode, Clare Knox is joined by Stephanie Taylor, Kegel8 Founder and Managing Director, as they discuss the pelvic floor importance, top tips and tricks to improve pelvic floor health, and the benefits of using Kegel8 pelvic toners.
As we age, it often becomes harder to maintain a youthful and exciting relationship, especially in the bedroom. The weakening of essential muscles and tissues can lead to an array of problems that can cause a strain on both your relationship and your health.
The Mail Online article reveals top tips on how to be a super-ager through expert advice for building a lasting relationship, new relationships, and how to boost your sex life whilst ageing.
Celebrity pressure to 'snap back' into shape after having a baby is leading to a rise in pelvic floor disorders.
Physiotherapist and co-founder of PelvicRoar, Emma Brockwell, advises new mums to not do any intensive exercise for at least six months after giving birth.
But do fitness experts know how to cater for this growing audience of new mums wanting their flat tummy back?
This week, founder of Kegel8, Stephanie Taylor was interviewed by Women's Health magazine on the best way to exercise your pelvic floor.
“Women tend not to understand how important the pelvic floor is,” says Stephanie Taylor, founder of pelvic floor health company Kegel8, and supporter of #pelvicroar, a physiotherapy-led campaign hoping to break taboos surrounding pelvic floor health issues. “As a result, warning signs that it isn’t functioning as it should often get overlooked.”
We are delighted to know that healthcare professionals are reading about the #pelvicroar campaign in this months issue of the British Journal of Family Medicine (BJFM).