CONGRATS Bradley Wiggins - winner of the 2012 Tour de France bike race.In recession Britain we need as much good news as we can get so sharing in his success this weekend is as welcome as saying goodbye to the recent rains and floods. Hopefully the combination of 'Bradley-cycle-mania', good weather and visions of those uber-fit Olympians will trickle down to us couch potatoes and trigger a whole new wave of cycling activity.
A Strong Pelvic Floor is Crucial
Jane Curtis Pelvic Floor Clinical Nurse Specialist CNS RGN DPSNA strong pelvic floor is crucial for the prevention of pelvic floor prolapse. This encompasses prolapse of the vaginal walls, bladder, uterus and bowel. The weakening of these muscles can also lead to diminished sexual sensation and reduced libido, stress incontinence, a reduction in bowel and flatus control. Some may also experience discomfort during intercourse.
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.