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.