Stronger Pelvic Floor

A strong pelvic floor refers to the condition of having well-toned and properly functioning muscles and connective tissues in the pelvic region. The pelvic floor is a group of muscles that provide support to the organs in the pelvis, including the bladder, uterus (in women), and rectum. Having strong pelvic floor muscles is essential for various bodily functions, including maintaining continence (urinary and bowel control), supporting the organs, and contributing to sexual health. When a pelvic floor becomes weak bladder leaks, lack of sensation, uncontrollable gas and wind and prolapse may result.

  1. Pelvic floor exercises can help relieve lower back pain, clinically proven pelvic floor muscle-strengthening exercises significantly reduce the low back pain intensity.
  2. Do kegel exercises work? They do if you follow these simple 5 steps to a stronger pelvic floor
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  4. Strengthening your pelvic floor muscles involves locating, squeezing and lifting the muscles Kegel8 does all of this automatically.
  5. Contrary to popular belief, couples in their 60s, 70s and even 80s still have sex. It’s natural, normal and even healthy. But how can you ensure a long lifetime of rewarding sex for both you and your partner? Follow these top tips from Kegel8…
  6. Chartered Physiotherapist, Christien Bird - Can Kegel Exercises Boost Your Orgasms? A Women's Health Physiotherapist Gives Her Opinion
  7. Unfortunately, 1 in 2 women perform pelvic floor exercises incorrectly. Instead of squeezing and lifting the muscles, some women tend to bear down on them instead, weakening the muscles as a result.
  8. Vaginal looseness and lack of sensation improved after just 6 weeks use with Kegel8.
  9. Strengthening the pelvic floor muscles without relying solely on Kegel exercises can involve a variety of approaches.
  10. Water. We know we should be drinking it, we know how important it is to our health, but it’s just so easy to forget. With our busy lifestyles and hectic schedules, it’s hard to find room for bladder health reminders.
  11. The Kegel8 menstrual or period cup allows for more time between emptying, especially on light days. Using a menstrual cup prevents the need to carry extra pads or tampons, which many women find burdensome and even embarrassing
  12. Prepping for Summer? Remember to Tone Your Pelvic Floor!