Those little oops moments may seem like a normal part of ageing life. Spoiler alert: They’re not! Incontinence is a common condition and it’s telling your body that something is not quite right.
In this video, Stephanie Taylor, Founder and Managing Director of Kegel8, speaks about the warning signs of incontinence. Treating the weakness is a priority, and Kegel8 can help you to regain control from incontinence.
Ladies, we all know what the menopause is, but did you know that our bodies enter a stage called perimenopause as much as 10 years before the ‘true’ menopause (which we don’t ‘officially’ enter until we haven’t had a period for 12 months). Read on to learn more about the perimenopause, and learn even more about it from a singing uterus in the video below (yes really!)…
This is the week that the makers of Bodyform pads scored a massive PR hit with a spoof complaint on its Facebook page.
Puzzled 'boyfriend', Richard Neill, posted a comment on the Facebook page of Bodyform on 8 October, explaining how confused he was after seeing their adverts for their period panty pads.
Read this blog to learn more...
The Kegel8 Ultra pelvic toner is a clinically-approved medical device that's proven to help strengthen your pelvic floor to help you prevent and treat incontinence, prolapse, lack of intimate sensation and more. In this Kegel8 demonstration you can learn how to use your Kegel8 pelvic toner and get started on the road to a stronger, healthier pelvic floor.
Prolapse is something most of us don't know much about - until it happens to us and it's too late. Kegel8 Founder, Stephanie Taylor, gives tips on tell tale signs of a weak pelvic floor that should not be ignored and explains how Kegel8 can help to prevent prolapse, and also help you if you have a prolapse.
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 no '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!
In the UK 1 in 3 women and 1 in 10 men experience bladder leakage caused by a weak pelvic floor. That's why Channel 4's Embarrassing Bodies hit the road to help those afflicted with urinary stress incontinence and show them how they can strengthen pelvic floor muscles to avoid leakage. If your pelvic floor is weak, accidents can happen when you least expect them!