Urinary Incontinence (UI) is defined as ‘inconvenient leakage of urine causing social or hygiene problems’. Too right it’s inconvenient - as well as embarrassing and distressing. It’s a common condition and it’s your body telling you that all is not well. For many women, simple Kegel exercises can really help restore control within weeks!
Kegel8 Has The solution
- Medically approved electronic pelvic toners
- Electronically strengthens your pelvic floor
- Locates and exercises your pelvic floor muscles
- Timed programmes devised by physiotherapists
- Helps you regain bladder control and avoid prolapse
- A strong pelvic floor means flatter tummy muscles too!
Incontinence may be quite mild: the occasional leaking of small amounts of urine - most of us know how that feels. Accidental leaks are easy to conceal and dab with a bit of loo roll. However, we at Kegel8 are warning you not to ignore these early signs - simple exercises with a Kegel8 pelvic toner will help keep you in control and stop your incontinence getting worse.
"42% of women under the age of 50 have this problem... Most women suffer for about 5 years before they pluck up the courage to see their GP."
- Dr Chris Steele
What if your incontinence is more than just a few ‘laughter leaks? What if you have to change your clothes or wear pads? Do you avoid normal activities such as sport and worry about people noticing the smell of urine? You don’t have to put up with the inconvenience of incontinence and the Kegel8 solution is fast-acting and will help you get back in control.
Too Shy To Admit It?
You are not alone. It is estimated that 2.5 to 3 million women suffer in Britain alone. However the current epidemic of incontinence is not an inevitable part of ageing - and pads and tablets won’t cure the problem - but a Kegel8 pelvic toner will.
Types of Urinary Incontinence
There are different types of Urinary Incontinence (UI) and we’re not advocating you self-diagnose - but if you understand your condition you can then make the necessary lifestyle changes, understand your body more and select a Kegel8 exercise programme that’s right for you. With a choice of electronic pelvic toners and manual pelvic floor exercisers, no matter what your problem, we have a solution. Read more in this section about different types of incontinence to help you identify your symptoms.
"If you're not exercising them (pelvic floor muscles) the problem is you could start to become incontinent and the problem could get steadily worse... The good news is that if you do exercise them regularly you can prevent it..."
- Dr. Dawn Harper