A study published just last week on the BBC News revealed that more than two thirds of men do not know how to check themselves for testicular cancer.
At Kegel8, we are passionate about men’s health, and were very shocked by these statistics – read on to learn more about testicular cancer, symptoms, signs and how to check yourself.
It seems like everything causes cancer these days. Just last week there were reports citing mouthwash as a potential risk. That’s right; mouthwash! Isn’t that what we use to kill germs and keep our mouths healthy?
There’s not a day that goes by without news of something we’ve enjoyed or undertaken for years threatening to cause us harm. So, how do we know what we should and shouldn’t be doing? Well, there’s a definite difference between being paranoid and being vigilant. That’s why the entire month of April has been declared as annual Bowel Cancer Awareness Month; so that you have the facts.
Are you fanatical about fags, crazy about cigarettes, or simply a victim of your own dependency? There’s no doubt about it; when it comes to smoking, giving in to temptation is a risky business.
We’re all aware of the heath implications; they’ve been well documented over the years. Why then, do so many of us continue in pursuit of our daily nicotine ‘fix’ regardless?
International Men’s Day is tomorrow (19th November), and here at Kegel8, we’re proud to support International Men’s Day and promote men’s health.
If you’re a Kegel8 follower, you’ll know that we’ve recently brought out our Kegel8 V for Men men’s Kegel exerciser – read more to see our fab new infographic and learn more about how men’s Kegel exercises are an important part of every man’s health.
Kegel8 are set to revolutionise pelvic floor exercise once again with the launch of our long-awaited Kegel8 V For Men.
Designed in conjunction with leading experts in the field and drawing from the latest medical research, Kegel8 V For Men is a unique pelvic floor exerciser designed to prevent and treat a host of male pelvic floor weakness issues including embarrassing dribbles, too many night-time toilet visits, problems with erections and more.
Change your loo habits for a healthier pelvic floor! SquattyPotty hits the UK!
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Haemorrhoids, or piles as they are more commonly known, are much more common than you may think.
Read this blog to learn more...
Urinary incontinence in men doesn't have to be an inevitable part of getting older. It can happen at any age for any number of reasons. It can be caused by a weak urinary sphincter, an over-active bladder or a bladder that doesn't contract. Having a prostatectomy is the leading reason behind male stress incontinence.
Learn how to perform male Kegel exercises in this blog!
Most users find the comprehensive range of programmes on the Kegel8 sufficient for their needs; however some Clinicians have personal programmes they like to use.
On the Kegel8 programmes PC1, PC2 and PC3 are 'spare', this means they are not pre-programmed and they have been left free for you or a Clinician to programme them for your particular needs.