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Monday, 29 October 2012

Electrical Stimulation Pelvic Toners by Verywellbeing

Pelvic Toners: The What, The When & The Why! talks about incontinence in women and the benefits of pelvic toning and pelvic toners.

Female Incontinence Facts

Approximately 1 in 3 women in the UK suffer from some form of incontinence

Bladder weakness is more common than hay fever!

Women spend in the region of £250 per year on absorbency products just to manage the effects of this problem.

80% of incontinence cases can be dramatically improved or cured by effectively exercising the pelvic floor.

Why You Should Not Ignore Your Pelvic Floor

The pelvic floor muscle (or pubococcygeal) is a large group of muscles suspended across the pelvic like a hammock. It supports your reproductive organs and entire abdominal content, including the bladder and bowels, and plays a major role in the correct functioning of the bladder and rectum. It also controls vaginal secretions as well as sustaining your feminine wellbeing.

A weakened pubococcygeal can be responsible for a number of forms of incontinence – most commonly stress, urge, frequent, mixed and stool. It can also decrease sexual arousal due to poor vaginal grip and in most extreme cases can lead to genital prolapse (the collapse of pelvic organs). All of the aforementioned can be extremely damaging to and woman’s health, general quality of life and self-esteem.

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