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Biofeedback is a way to measure muscle movement and/or strength. Biofeedback can be used in 2 ways:

Biofeedback To Measure Pelvic Floor Muscles

A probe is inserted in the vagina or anus that tracks muscle contraction and release while emitting a sonic or visual signal. This method of measuring pelvic muscle movement helps women and/or men to be aware of pelvic floor muscle contractions so they can perform correct pelvic floor exercises. Kegel exercises are notoriously slow to work, thats why so many of us give up before we have a chance to see and feel the benefits. By using biofeedback it also helps with motivation, so that a user can track their progress and improvement over the weeks of exercising. Even though the exerciser may not appear to notice any difference a biofeedback device will be able to give a reading or indication so the user can track and follow their own progress.

Kegel8 Vaginal Cones

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Biofeedback To Show Muscle Movement

Manual biofeedback shows that a muscle is contracting, something like a kegel8 vaginal cone gives a visual indication of the contraction.

Examples of biofeedback can be found in Kegel8 Vaginal Cones, with the unique indicator wand that moves downwards when a correct kegel exercise is performed.

The Kegel8 Trainer also uses biofeedback to tell a woman how strong her muscle are using the unique 'squeeze scale'. Squeezing against the probe will give a strength reading so a woman is able to track and follow the progress of her pelvic floor exercise regimen.

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Kegel8 Biofeedback Pelvic Trainer

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