Pelvic Health

The pelvic floor is basically a web of muscles supporting vital organs such as the bladder, bowel and uterus. When these muscles get weak from causes such as childbirth, heavy lifting, chronic coughing, overweight, wrongly executed exercises or bad body postures it can cause incontinence, lower back pain and increase the risk of prolapse. For these reasons, maintaining a strong and healthy pelvic floor is essential for the balance that every woman requires.

  • Kegel Exercises

    Kegel Exercises

    Kegel exercises are repetitive contractions of the pelvic floor muscles aimed to strengthen them hence controlling and preventing incontinence, support better uterus, bladder, small intestine and rectum and improving sexual response during intercourse. We tell you which aids and devices are best for your daily Kegel exercise routine.
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