If you're a Kegel8 follower, you'll know that we are dedicated to bringing you the very latest and best pelvic floor tips, knowledge and advice, so that's why we are bringing a series of top pelvic floor tips via our blog, Facebook and Twitter over the coming weeks. Today's top tip comes from leading Australian physiotherapist Sue Croft.
Marisa Peer, named Best Therapist by Men's Health Magazine writes in the Sunday People to one concerned reader. Many thanks for the mention Marisa we appreciate your support!
Q. I'm a 44 year old mum of three and I seem to have lost sensation down below. I don't want to have sex with my husband any more and I think that if I can't feel it then he probably can't either.
Have you "gone off" sex? Doesn't feel the same any-more? Do you try to avoid having sex? If your pelvic floor is weak, sexual sensation will be reduced and your orgasms may even be a thing of the past. If you want to improve your libido there is not 'magic pill' for women, and who would want that? We know that we respond differently to sex, and good sex for women starts in the brain. Sadly for many woman, lack of intimate sensation has a downward effect on libido. So if you want to improve your libido where should you start? Start at your pelvic floor! Your body is trying to tell you something - it needs strengthening, and boy, will you and your partner enjoy the 'side-effects' of a stronger pelvic floor!
Corsets are sexy, sure they are. What better way to instantly lose inches off your waist, simultaneously enhance your breasts and straighten up your posture. They've been around for ages and they're here to stay. We are already aware of the advantages to wearing that super sexy corset but do you also know about all of the disadvantages? Especially to your pelvic floor!