New Year is a time for resolutions and new starts, and if your resolution for 2013 is to lose weight, get healthier or get fitter, you should start from the inside out by strengthening your pelvic floor with Kegel8.
There's no point toning and training the outside of your body if the inside is weak and sagging, so make Kegel8 exercises a part of your weekly exercise regime and you will notice a huge difference - no more laughter leaks, better intimate sensation and - did you know - a tighter pelvic floor can help to give you a flatter tummy too!
Today is the last day in the Kegel8 office before Christmas, so we wanted to take this opportunity to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
It's been a very exciting year at Kegel8 with some new products and winning our award from Medilink.
Neobladder is a form of bladder reconstruction surgery, often used in patients who have had cancer, or have needed their bladder removed (cystectomy) for another reason. Neobladder is major surgery, and in order to maintain continence after the procedure, it is vitally important to Kegel exercise to strengthen the pelvic floor and maintain control and continence.
Haemorrhoids, or piles as they are more commonly known, are much more common than you may think.
Read this blog to learn more...
Christmas can be a tough time for your pelvic floor. Not only do we become too busy to remember to do our Kegels but all the festivities can have additional impact on pelvic floor weakness. Follow our Kegel8 best practice and look after your pelvic floor this Christmas…
Kegel8 Trainer - A Pelvic Floor Revolution… Coming Soon to Kegel8!
The Kegel8 Trainer is our brand-new, state-of-the-art pelvic trainer unit designed for use by women of all ages. Unlike our other Kegel8 devices, it is not a muscle stimulation device, but rather guides you through your manual Kegel exercises to make sure you exercise the correct muscles at the correct level for you. It also features 'biofeedback' that means you can tell you are exercising the Kegel muscles correctly and see how strong your squeeze is too!
It's winter and given past experiences we're all preparing for massive amounts of snow. The change of weather, along with all those Christmas parties, has probably left you with a nasty cold or flu. Wonderful! If that wasn't bad enough, it can result in stress incontinence! So what can you do to avoid leaking when you sneeze? We know...
One in four men and women in England is obese and we know that weight can be a big factor in pelvic floor problems - so let's give our pelvic floor a fighting chance by not overloading it!
Clinical studies show that reducing your body weight will help both with stress urinary incontinence and prolapse.
Read this blog to discover more...
I was catching up on Blogs from Pelvic Floor Gurus around the world and something Aussie Physio Sue Croft recounted struck a chord with me. Whilst attending the IUGA (International Urogynaecologists Association) conference she heard one of the speakers say that Grade 2 Vaginal prolapse should be considered 'normal' in any woman who had had two vaginal deliveries.
Read this blog to learn more...
In 1976 I was 15 and Jimmy Savile came to our school.
I remember it well. Our sewing teacher had made a 'Jim'll Fix It' puppet, cookery teachers baked celebration Union Jack cakes and buns and the entire school rolled out the red carpet. Susan Parker and I were chosen on behalf of the school to present him with the puppet and pose for the local newspaper.
Yes, in those days it was front page stuff because he was a 'Celebrity'. Today his front page status is for an entirely different reason.