We all know that incontinence is a rarely talked about subject but it may surprise you to learn that at least 1 in 3 women will suffer from some form of incontinence.
Here at Kegel8 we are passionate about helping women (and men too) to overcome the embarrassment and inconvenience of incontinence with non-surgical solutions. Our range of award-winning electronic pelvic toners work to strengthen the pelvic floor to help treat cases of stress, urge, overflow and mixed incontinence in a non-surgical, clinically-approved way.
So in honor of World Continence Week we are giving away a Kegel8 Ultra 20.
As January starts and you wake up out of your turkey and chocolate-induced haze, your thoughts are probably turning to how you’re going to work off all the after-effects of the festive season. If you have a weak or prolapsed pelvic floor, you may have been advised to stay away from the gym and only do mild exercise – this can put a lot of women off exercising at all out of fear.
At Kegel8 we don’t want you to miss out on the many benefits that exercise has on your body and mind! We’ve put together this guide on how to tone your body and your pelvic floor muscles in a way that’s safe and fun.
With great admiration, we'd like to introduce you to Jane Atherton - skin therapist, qualified clinical nutritionist and menopause specialist. Jane started her career running a successful menopause clinic in Hong Kong, helping women understand and manage the challenges menopause brings. Now living back in the UK, Jane is a member of the British Menopause Society and provides support and advice to the 10,000 women who follow her on social media; not to mention being the creator of the innovative menopausal skin-care range, Phytomone.
We were thrilled when Jane wanted to give the Kegel8 Ultra 20 a try; with such experience her opinion is invaluable... here's what she thought.
Waist training is the new craze, celebrity fans such as Kim Kardashian and Jessica Alba swear by its effectiveness and post regular snaps on Instagram of them sporting their waists being clinched tightly by these new trainers.
A pessary or vaginal pessary is a removable device, usually body-friendly silicone or rubber that is worn inside the vagina it is designed to add support where the pelvic muscles are weak and pelvic organs have prolapsed or are in danger of prolapse.
Embarrassing to say the least, vaginal wind is the butt of many a joke - but trust us, it's no laughing matter!
Fanny farts have earned themselves a whole new language with terms ranging from queef or queefing, Brazilian breeze, Victory Honk, V puff, Pussy Farts and Quif.
Spring has definitely sprung and whilst we feel energised by the lighter nights and the bright mornings, there's no getting away from the dreaded allergies that this time of year brings for so many of us!
Our eyes are leaking, our nose is leaking and more annoyingly, our bladder is leaking! But let's turn this into a positive...